reFX Nexus 3 Synthesizer plugin will be released on the 29th of November with a new vector-based UI, bigger and better overall performance.
Rarely has a synthesizer plugin caused so much split opinions. Is Nexus a real Synthesizer plugin or just a rompler with high-resolution samples? One thing is certain, many producers rely on Nexus and is considered as number one source of inspiration.
It’s probably because you have a lot of sounds with which you can work immediately, without long tweaking. Sound design takes time and many professional producers do no have that. There is time money.
Whether Nexus 3 is extended in its feature set, is not yet known. What is known, however, is that the new version gets a new UI and that it’s fully backwards compatible with previous Nexus versions. All expansions will continue to work in Nexus 3. The update will feature a completely new, flat, scaleable, vector-based user interface.
According to reFX, Nexus will be faster, bigger and better in every way. What this includes is not known but what you need to know, it is not a free update.
Nexus customers will bee able to upgrade to the new version:
- Free upgrade if you buy Nexus 2 now and for customers who purchased Nexus 2 on August 1st 2019 or later.
- 49 USD/EUR for customers who purchased Nexus 2 on May 1st 2019 or later.
- 99 USD/EUR for customers who purchased Nexus 2 before May 1st 2019.
reFX Nexus 3 will be available on November 29th, 2019, with support for VST/VST3, AU and AAX plugin formats for Windows and Mac (64-bit only).
More information here: reFX