Nautilus Bass Synthesizer v.1.0.3 released for Rack Extension

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Here is a news for Reason Rack Extension users. Skrock Music updated Nautilus Bass Synthesizer to v.1.0.3 with some important changes. 

The Nautilus Bass Synthesizer is a mono/poly subtractive synthesizer. 3 oscillators: Saw, Square, Sine. Each oscillator is followed by their own waveshaper, with each waveshaper having their own Pre/Post setting for the filter routing. That allows for the filter section to be routed before the waveshaper on one oscillator, but after the waveshaper on another. Nautilus wants to be tweaked!
  • Three oscillators with their own Tune, Pitch LFO, Phase, Shape, Volume and Pan controls.
  • Random Phase On/Off switch.
  • Mono/Poly Switch (Eight Voices)
  • LP24 Filter.
  • 2 x ADSR + velocity for filter and amp.
  • Glide Control.
  • Bend Range Control.
  • Master Octave.
  • Master Volume.
  • Master Compressor On/Off

Nautilus Bass Synthesizer v.1.0.3 changes: 

  • New design.
  • Mono Retrig (Turn off for legacy mode)
  • Audible phase changes.
  • Random phase option for all oscillators.

More Informations here: Nautilus Bass Synthesizer

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