XSynth - XSynth Library (Reason ReFill)

XSynth Library screen


Manufacturer : XSynth
Year of issue : 2007
Version : 1.10
Format : Reason ReFill File (* .rfl)
Quality : 44100 Hz / 16 bit
Size : 275 MB

XSynth Library description:

The XSynth library has been released since 2005 and has been updated 11 times. This version contains 1100 patches, mainly for the Combinator module.

A unique feature of the XSynth library is the presence of sample tracks in RNS format, demonstrating the capabilities of the included patches.
Quote 05 May 2015 mbfrancis wrote: Hey I wanted to come back and plug this - it's a wonderful refill, full of warm, rich sounds, and some truly creative patches.   As I mention, the Arranger patches are incredible.  Wonderful work. The only suggestion I would make for your next Refill is that when using REs in a patch, please add the name of the RE to the patch name so we don't open up patches we don't have the devices for.  Also, I would prefer the patches in the Refill for convenience.  But both of these are minor, and it seems churlish to suggest changes to what is such a generous, wonderful refill. Where can we donate? The reason why I did not include the patches in the refill is that the patches are supposed to be updated more than the actual samples. And I don't want to bother people with a 400 MB download each time. The general idea was that people over time start to use the samples for themself in their own patches which are tucked away in a folder of their own choosing. The reason for keeping the samples in a closed refill is some kind of copy-protection so samples don't get manipulated and reused in commercial sample sets. I've been thinking about the structure vs. RE's, its easy enough to add one RE-name to a patch but what if I use 3 or 4 or more RE's then things will get rather messy. Anyways, I will start by splitting up the patches so free RE's and non-RE patches get their own folder and commercial RE's get another folder. My future plan is to create a lot of NN-XT patches and have them all in one song file so browsing for sounds gets really fast. Each song file will then contain patches that are suited for a certain type of music like the smooth jazz song. No need for donations I'm doing this to boost my own creativity /Michael My Youtube Channel
mbfrancis wrote: Hey I wanted to come back and plug this - it's a wonderful refill, full of warm, rich sounds, and some truly creative patches.   As I mention, the Arranger patches are incredible.  Wonderful work. The only suggestion I would make for your next Refill is that when using REs in a patch, please add the name of the RE to the patch name so we don't open up patches we don't have the devices for.  Also, I would prefer the patches in the Refill for convenience.  But both of these are minor, and it seems churlish to suggest changes to what is such a generous, wonderful refill. Where can we donate? The reason why I did not include the patches in the refill is that the patches are supposed to be updated more than the actual samples. And I don't want to bother people with a 400 MB download each time. The general idea was that people over time start to use the samples for themself in their own patches which are tucked away in a folder of their own choosing. The reason for keeping the samples in a closed refill is some kind of copy-protection so samples don't get manipulated and reused in commercial sample sets. I've been thinking about the structure vs. RE's, its easy enough to add one RE-name to a patch but what if I use 3 or 4 or more RE's then things will get rather messy. Anyways, I will start by splitting up the patches so free RE's and non-RE patches get their own folder and commercial RE's get another folder. My future plan is to create a lot of NN-XT patches and have them all in one song file so browsing for sounds gets really fast. Each song file will then contain patches that are suited for a certain type of music like the smooth jazz song. No need for donations I'm doing this to boost my own creativity.

All library material is divided into categories:

  • Additive
  • Basic
  • Bass
  • Drones
  • Drums
  • Modulated & Xperimental




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