New sounds for Repro
Repro already comes with a factory library bursting with a variety of sounds. But adding new soundsets expands your creative options and introduces new genres and styles. Top sound designers from around the world are creating Repro soundsets (for both Repro-1 and Repro-5) packed with useful and expressive leads, basses, percussion, sequences and more—watch this space.
100+ funky sounds for Repro-1 and Repro-5 by Howard Scarr.
A collection of old school sounds inspired by Parliament-Funkadelic, The Gap Band, Midnight Star, and the many artists who embraced synthesizers in the Funk music scene of the '70s and '80s.
This set includes many a nod to keyboard visionaries such as Bernie Worrell, Stevie Wonder, George Duke, and others who discovered and refined the funky side of synthesis.
Funkstation consists of 100+ patches that provide all the classic ingredients: meaty basses, juicy leads, polyphonic stabs and pads... in fact everything you need to create some serious synth-funk.
Requires Repro version 1.1 (or newer).
The sound of Funkstation
Funkstation MedleyMain demo of Funkstaton. Track by Christian Laffitte.
ReSequenced harnesses the power of Repro-1’s sequencer. For instant inspiration, load up any preset and tweak away—perfect for on-the-fly jamming or inspiration in the studio. Exceptional sound design and performance control puts the intensity of Repro-1’s raw analogue sound in your hands.
ReSequenced covers a wide variety of styles and moods, leading you down multiple creative avenues. You will find the pulsating basslines of warehouse parties, retro disco sequences, crisp motorik loops as well as a few etherial textures. Use the sequences as they are or develop them into your own melodies and patterns.
Requires Repro version 1.0 (or newer).
The sound of ReSequenced
ReSequenced presetsA walkthrough of the presets found in ReSequenced.
ElectronicA pulsing dance flavoured electronic track from Oddvar. All sounds from ReSequenced except the drums.
About the author
Electric Himalaya is the nom-de-plume of a London-based sound designer and ambient music producer. His synthesizer sound design work can be found in products by Ableton, Apple, Roli, Steinberg and others. Electric Himalaya has also provided custom sounds for individual artists such as Bill Laurance (Snarky Puppy) or composer Annemarie Borg.
Electric Himalaya sounds have featured on the big screen in 50 Shades of Grey as well as on TV, for instance all music and Foley for Ben & Jerry’s Cookie Dough Ice Cream ad.