Published on November 22nd, 2013 | by wonderboy42
ReFX Nexus v1.4.1 WORKING FULL
ReFX Nexus isn’t as feature-packed as some of the synths in our rundown – indeed, some purists might argue that it isn’t really a ‘proper synth’ at all – but if your priority is to have great sounds out of the box, it’s hard to fault. Download this fine release for free, together with crack. Go!
This is an instrument that’s specifically designed for producers of contemporary dance music, with the supplied Dance Vol 2 preset expansion pack containing 128 patches for use in trance, electro house and hard dance styles. Presets can be tweaked with a range of sound-shaping tools, and both the arpeggiator and trancegate are impressive. The Mix screen enables you to adjust individual layers – each patch can have up to four – and there are some good effects, too. Slick and inspiring, Nexus definitely stands out.
The VST worked pretty much perfectly with the two computers that I have used it on. I have used it on a low end computer (1.8GHZ pentium and 1gb ram) as well as my current (2.5GHZ Core2Quad & 4GB ram) and it runs equally as brilliant on both. The install is painless and extremely simple and the layout of the VST is typically emphatic. There are many skins that you can use to improve the layout erganomically. The browser is very easy to use.
Nexus is a very very stable VST from my experience. I have had no crashes at all coming from it and it has worked with almost all of the expansions that I have used (I will talk about them in next section). I have used this plugin for most of my music for the last year and I would literally be nowhere without it. I have used this plugin in both FL Studio 9 and Ableton Live, and encountered 0 problems with it.
The sounds that come with Nexus as presets are beyond any other plugin I’ve ever used. The quality that comes out of nearly all of them is industry ready. I love the expansions that can come with Nexus too allowing even MORE sounds than the already comfy 8 or so GB that come stock with the plugin. The only problem is some third party expansions have not worked as well as the original presets, and don’t come categorised. The arpeggiator on the plugin is very simple to use too, with a click in method. The sounds can be effect heavy but they are easy to disable from the interface. The only downside to the actual sounds are the lack of modelling oppurtunitys, so people who want to tweak sounds heavily would probably not have much joy from Nexus. Knowing what I do after purchasing, I would not hesitate again as it is an integral part of my production.
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