New Reason Refill from the Props

Latest Refill offers Strings in abundance      04/11/01

The latest offering from those ace coders over at Propellerheads is something of a shift from the norm. They've teamed up with top-notch sample producers PowerFX to produce a string Refill for their much acclaimed Reason software. Designed to get the most of what Reason has to offer, the Strings Refill
"adds new flavours to the already powerful Reason program with both solo instruments and ensemble material. All string phrases have been edited in Propellerheads ReCycle program, which means that both tempo and pitch can be changed seamlessly for each loop. The ReCycle Rex file format also allows complete re-organisation of the music phrases in Reasons Dr.Rex editor, all in total real-time" Rex Format
  • 35 Orchestra Strings Dr.Rex Loops
  • 40 Full String Quartet Dr.Rex Loops
  • 80 Solo Violin Dr.Rex Loops
  • 40 Solo Viola Dr.Rex Loops
  • 40 Solo Cello Dr.Rex Loops
  • 48 Upright Bass Dr.Rex Loops
  • 5 Harp Dr.Rex Loops NN19 Sampler Patches
  • Solo violin Violin ensemble tremolo
  • Solo Violin Pizzicato Violin Ensemble Pizzicato
  • Solo viola Viola ensemble tremolo
  • Solo Viola Pizzicato Viola Ensemble Pizzicato
  • Solo Cello
  • Cello ensemble tremolo
  • Solo Cello
  • Pizzicato Cello
  • Ensemble Pizzicato
  • ContraBass ensemble tremolo
  • ContraBass Pizzicato
  • ContraBass Ensemble
  • Pizzicato Ensemble (Cello, Viola, Violin)
  • ...and finally some harp riffs. Not only that but it has a really nicely designed box. Available now the library costs a $59

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