Jiggery-Pokery has released the JPS Harmonic Synthesizer, a new synth rack extension for Reason music software that emulates the RMI Harmonic Synthesizer, the world’s first digital synthesizer from the mid-1970s.
Because it was only produced for a short period of time, this synthesizer is quite rare and exclusive. Now you have the opportunity to bring the sound of this classic American synthesizer directly in your Reason DAW.
The RMI Harmonic Synthesizer was used extensively in Oxygéne album by Jean Michel Jarre back in 1976. Used mostly fro its leads, basses and sequences, the RMI was almost a decade ahead of its time.
This restored version comes with some new features and improvements on the original by adding extra features such as a 4-stage envelope and polyphony, it’s slightly lo-fi waveform will add a unique character and texture to your tracks.
The JPS Harmonic Synthesizer brings two rock-solid stable digital oscillators with infinite variety of permuatations through manipulation of up to sixteen individual harmonics and shaping controls per oscillator. Besides these OSCs, this synth also features a low-noise, all-analog audio path coprising voltage-controlled envelopes, a triple-output filter, a frequency modulationa nd a low frequency modulation.
- Two oscillators
- Multiple Presets
- Tremulant Modulation
- Automatic Sequencer/Arpeggiator
- Noise Modulation
- Dynamic Filter
- Everything Automation™! (CV Galore!)
- 799 Harmonic Synthesizer patches, including over 200 Signature presets by some of Reason’s leading patch-makers
- 52 Reason-only Combinators
- 46 Modular RE Combinators
- 5 TMA Tutorial Combinators. Grab the free TMA Commentator
The JPS Harmonic Synthesizer extension rack for Reason is available from the Propellerhead Shop priced at 79 EUR.
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