Hot on the heels of their recent Trance and Jungle Reason Refill libraries, Zero-G announced the release of 'Ambient for Reason'. Originally available as 2 separate products on audio CD, these sample libraries have been combined and re-presented as one single Refill for Reason users, with the samples also included separately as NN19 patches, plus ACIDized WAV files are an additional bonus, convenient for use with any software that can import WAV data.
With over 470 Mb of sounds produced by British electronic musician Ian Boddy, "Ambient" provides an array of dreamy NN19 atmospheric and FX patches for use in ambient dance, trance, film soundtracks or futuristic/ spacey/ trance music of all kinds.
Combining the hypnotic charms of Jarre, Floyd, Tangerine Dream etc. with current dance trends, "Ambient" is designed to mellow you out with relaxing washes, laid back rhythms and awesome sound effects.
An impressive inventory of analog and digital synths were used to create these stereo samples, including Roland System 100m, SVC3 vocoder, JD990, Korg Wavestation, EMS VCS3, Memorymoog, PPG Wave, and Oberheim Matrix 6 and 12.
Sound samples include digital drones, pads and effects - ring modulators, digital cascades and arpeggios, filter sweeps of just about every denomination - computer tone bursts, gong sustains, synthetic winds, computer FX (like Kraftwerk c.1975), low drones and sweep-downs, mysterious machinery, anharmonic arpeggios, electronic noise bursts, tubular bells, tasty vocoder loops, and more.