Six months since the release of the original Fairlight CMI Legacy ReFill, Bitley releases this completely new version. Being nearly 10 times as large, here comes the new refill, originally code named “Supersonic“.
In this refill (sound bank), which is compatible with Reason 4 and Reason 5, the user gets access to over 8,000 individual files, such as brand new samples of both digital and analog synthesizers, the entire Fairlight CMI IIx factory library (used with kind permission from Fairlight in Australia) as carefully sampled, re-sampled, edited and looped by Bitley, as well as each single drum sound from basically all (worthwile) drum machines ever made. The new refill contains over 1,000 individual NNXT patches and over 450 (that is four hundred and fifty) combinator patches.
The refill also contains brand new signature patches. It also collects and includes all previous Bitley refills, such as The Prophet (Prophet 5), DaBeat, Orlando JX-10, Patrick Fridh’s D-50 ReFill and DeLight. Brand new material includes multi samples taken from a mint condition Roland Jupiter 4 synthesizer. All in all, this sets to provide the entire range of sounds necessary for each and every one interested in having ALL important synthesizer and drum sounds from the entire 1980s; it’s all here. From the Yamaha DX7 bass sound as used by Howard Jones to multiple variations of Fairlight’s Sararr patch as used by Tears For Fears, Art Of Noise and many others. Not forgetting each and every drum sound that made Prince famous.
Content: About 1,970 separate Reason patches for all instruments, including Dr Rex / OctoRex, Subtractor, Malström, Thor, NN19, NNXT, Combinator, ReDrum. Over 2,5 Gb of raw sample data; 1,2 Gb when packed into the refill. About 40 demo songs and examples. Each patch categorized and easily found through clever placement in the refill. The total development time of this refill has been over 14 months.