Nexus 3 is the kind of instrument that you go to when you don’t want to spend time programming – it’s a ROMpler rammed full of inspirational, pro-quality sounds. Updates to the original Nexus 3 brought many improvements, such as a new distortion effect, a polyphonic/chord arpeggiator mode with strum option, an internal limiter, and lock modes, so that sections retained settings when switching presets. reFX claims that Nexus 3 packs in more than 70 brand new features and refinements.
The Library tab enables you to browse the 762 factory presets via the faux-LCD screen. These are split into 16 subcategories, including Arpeggios, Dance Leads, Piano, Fantasy and Dream, Epic Pads, Gated Pads, Classical and more. This amounts to 4GB of content created by Manuel Schleis, the golden-eared sound-wizard behind the acclaimed Vengeance series of dance sample discs. The manual says that “prohibitively expensive analogue hardware devices” have been sampled, and the kinds of synth patches that are tricky to recreate in software are much in evidence, such as Roland JP-8080 and Access Virus leads and pads.
You can’t create sounds from scratch using Nexus 3, or import samples into it, but there are sound-shaping options aplenty. The front panel knobs and buttons are unchanged since v1, yet the LCD panel offers some neat new tricks. The Mod screen offers control over vibrato, portamento and pitchbend (now with a +/-48 semitone range), but the main point of interest is the spruced-up modulation matrix. This now has over 100 destinations, and all effects (except ensemble) have at least one modulatable parameter.
Mix screen and effects
The Mix screen offers perhaps the most useful new features. Nexus 3 patches are built from up to four layers, and you can now mute layers and set their volume, panning, transpose and detune parameters. This is most welcome, and by stacking Nexus 3 instances, you can effectively combine layers from separate patches. As well as the front-panel delay and reverb, you now apply two global effects, rather than just one. They are: chorus, flanger, phaser, ensemble, degrader, distortion, phaser, and, new for v3, a stereo enhancer and an analogue phaser. A new preset librarian stores/recalls effects setups.
Screenshots from reFX NEXUS 3
How to install:
- First of all, Download the reFX NEXUS 3 (Tutorial on How to Download)
- Locate and double-click the .exe file. (It will usually be in your Downloads folder.)
- A dialog box will appear. Follow the instructions to install the software.
- Activate software using serial number provided in .txt file
- The software will be installed. You can now open the application from the your Desktop
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