Ultimate List Of free Nexus Expansion Packs (3272 presets)

The Ultimate List Of Free Nexus Expansion Packs (3000+ Presets)

Download 40 Free Nexus Expansion Packs (3272 Presets)  – Huge List [2020 Updated]

Are you looking for dope free Nexus expansion packs and presets?

You’ve come to the right place! Here is a list of 40 Expansions Packs with a total of 1925 presets! Everything you need to feed one of the best synth VST, Refx Nexus 2/3 plugin!

NEXUS3 is compatible with your existing NEXUS2 library. Load your old beats into your DAW and load the sounds you’ve had before. Upgrading has never been smoother.

Indeed, you can download a ton of free modern and versatile presets.

33 Different Expansions Packs in different genres:

  • 20 Trap, 14 Hip-Hop, 2 Electro-House, 2 R&Bs, and 2 Dubstep Free Expansion Packs.

Download more than 3200 instrument presets (a multitude of arps, basses, synths, leads, plucks, guitars, drums, FXs, pads…).

It’s your turn now! Time to make some insane melodies!

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20 Nexus Trap Expansion Pack-  1236 Free Presets

14 Hip Hop Expansion Packs – 1599 Free Presets

2 Electro-House Expansion  Packs- 270 Free Presets

2 R&B Nexus XPs – 68 Free Presets

2 Dubstep Refx Nexus XPacks – 99 Free Presets

How to install Nexus Presets/Expansion packs:

Short video tutorial that shows you how to install .nxp .Fxp, files in Fl studio:

But… What is reFX Nexus 2?

NEXUS2 is a futuristic ROM synthesizer VST plugin that brings a level of neural quality unequaled by even the top-notch hardware. It can produce some naughty leads, glowing keys, otherworldly pads…

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9 thoughts on “Ultimate List Of free Nexus Expansion Packs (3272 presets)

    • JamesRyan says:

      I had the same problem with the .nxp files. Sadly the import is impossible, but I found a that worked for me. I’ve uninstalled the whole Nexus3 and restarted my computer. Then I reinstalled the Nexus3 and after the installation process, but before the first launch I copied all of the .nxp expansions to the “Nexus Content” library. After it, I started the FL Studio, added the Nexus3 to my plugins. When I launched the first time the Nexus3, it scanned the whole “Nexus Content” library and then found my expansions. This is how it works for me.
      I hope I could help you.

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