NEW reFX Nexus 2.2 Vst Plug-In For Windows (ONLY) 32/64-bit ✔ INSTANT DELIVERY

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller shoppi-shoppa (471) 99.2%, Location: CA, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 223512215424 NEW reFX Nexus 2.2 Vst Plug-In For Windows ( only ) 32/64-bit ✔ INSTANT DELIVERY PLEASE NOTE: This item is a digital download . NO PHYSICAL Discs or USB will be shipped !! Win 7, 8 and 10 / 32-bit and 64-bit Description One of the most popular and widely used ROMplers available in the music production market is Nexus2. It’s one of the easiest and fastest production tools that you can learn to use, and it comes with a huge library of high quality sounds to choose from. With a simple, adjustable interface, Nexus2 has made it a breeze to choose your settings with a few turns of the knob. Additionally, the ROMpler is packed with high quality sounds ranging from piano to drums. Sorted by category, selecting a sound that you’re in need of should take no time at all. With just a glance at an image of Nexus2, it’s easy to see how you would be able to produce quality music quickly and efficiently using the ROMpler. FEATURES ‘Plug n Play’ capabilitiesOne of the fastest production tools to learnLittle to no sound design knowledge neededAdditional expansion packs availableSimple editing of effects and settingsContains most instruments that are needed in music productionAffordable for the quantity and quality of sounds availableSounds are replayed from samplesLarge number of online tutorials available Unique Features Nexus2 does contain your stereotypical set of features such as reverb, delay, and filter modification. However, what really sets it apart are aspects such as its massive library of sound choices. And it’s not just a massive library of a single instrument, but it contains a variety of instruments. What’s so great about that ? Well, that means that you have the opportunity to produce an entire song using a single ROMpler. With other tools such as synthesizers, you also have the ability to produce a variety of sounds. However, they’re usually more limited according to synthesization ability. For example, you may be able to recreate an electric piano sound to varying degrees of success using saw, sine, or pulse waves. A sound much harder to recreate could be a grand piano. On the other hand, Nexus2 does not synthesize sounds from scratch but instead acts a ROMpler. This means that sampled sounds are then replayed from computer RAM after being loaded onto the disk. Remember how we mentioned that Nexus2 has a massive library of sound choices? Well, because of that massive library, you’ll find just about every type of instrument available to pick from. That may include drums, piano, guitar, harp, or more. ReFX even has expansion packs available if you want a better selection of certain instruments. Pretty awesome, right? Well, if that’s not enough to get you excited, then you’ll want to keep in mind that Nexus2’s huge sound selection is also high quality. Because of this, you’ll feel secure knowing that your instrumental production needs are taken care of. While there are many competitor synthesizers on the market, the Nexus2 ROMpler does a great job of providing a mix of quality, quantity, and variety of sounds. Skill Level Let’s quickly go over what makes Nexus2 unique again: Because of that, Nexus2 is probably most worthwhile for beginning producers to purchase. It’s often hard to create high quality sounds in a fast and efficient manner while just starting out, but Nexus2 can solve that problem. With that in mind, Nexus2 would still be a great pickup for a producer of any skill level. For producers who have been in the game longer, Nexus2 can be great when used to speed up work flow. You’ll be able to quickly and easily sort through different presets and pick a great sound to use whenever needed. Is Nexus2 For You? When deciding whether or not to use Nexus2, there are a few points to consider such as: Your skill levelQuality of samplesQuantity of samplesFocus of the production toolProduction tool settings Skill level is something that we’ve covered above. Our conclusion? Nexus2 is great for producers of all skill levels, but especially useful for beginners. If you’re still learning the ropes, then this ROMpler may be great to help you on your way of becoming a master producer. Skill level aside, Nexus2 does have a large quantity of quality samples available. This means you won’t have to open three different VSTs when you need a piano, guitar, and synth pad. Instead, you’ll be able to find all three sounds in Nexus2! Let’s say that you need a piano preset, and you’re not happy with the one you’ve selected. No worries! There are many more that you can choose from within the category or sample pack you’ve chosen. Additionally, there are a variety of sample packs available for download if you ever run out of presets to look through in the packs you do have. You’d be hard pressed to make it through all of the presets that reFX has made available for Nexus2. And what about the focus of the production tool? When we bring up the tool’s focus, we’re talking about what the strong and weak points are. Many synthesizers such as Sylenth1 are strong at creating digital sounds through the use of waveforms. This makes it a bit harder to replicate organic sounds accurately such as the piano or flute. On the other hand, Nexus2 utilizes samples which allows it to more accurately replicate both organic and digital sounds. However, sounds in Nexus2 aren’t being programmed in and are instead replayed from an audio sample. This means that Nexus2 is more limited when it comes to shaping the end result. Building off of the focus, settings available also come into play when considering whether Nexus 2 is right for you. If you take a look at Serum, you’ll quickly see that the settings are not as straightforward as they are in comparison to Nexus 2. This makes sense because, similar to Sylenth1, Serum requires synthesis manipulation to create a final sound (unless you’re loading a preset). Nexus 2 instead skips this step by replaying sampled audio files. Now, the ROMpler still has a filter modifier, amp modifier, and various effects such as delay or reverb. But reaching an end result is much faster and more easily learned than with a synthesizer such as Serum. To reiterate what we’ve covered, Nexus2 does not have the ability to create sounds from scratch due to its nature as a ROMpler. Instead, it replays audio that has been sampled. However, Nexus2 is a fantastic ROMpler when it comes to quantity and quality of audio samples available. Additionally, it is one of the easier production tools to use when compared to other big players such as Serum or Sylenth1. If you’ve just started out learning how to produce, value ease of use or having a large selection of quality samples to choose from, then Nexus2 may be a great choice for you to use! Condition: Seller refurbished, Platform: Windows

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