Propellerheads Announce Seven Classic Keys – FREE!

ElectroMechanical 2.0 Refill      27/05/05
Propellerheads Announce Seven Classic Keys – FREE!


Available immediately, and we do mean immediately, is Propellerheads ElectroMechanical 2.0 ReFill, an expansion set of vintage keyboard instruments for exclusive use within Reason 3.0 Music Production Instrument software. And you know what? It’s a free Download for registered Reason 3.0 users. ElectroMechanical 2.0 ReFill is a full set of sound patches and files of vintage keyboard classics such as the Fender Rhodes, Wurlitzer electric piano, Hammond organ and Hohner Clavinet & Pianet that plug into Reason 3. ElectroMechanical 2.0 makes heavy use of new Reason 3.0 features such as the Combinator and MClass Mastering effects—all adding up to an easier to use, more flexible and fantastic sounding array of instruments for the live keyboard player. Reason 3.0’s new Remote™ technology creates plug-and-play stage- friendly integration with hardware controllers. Propellerhead’s careful selection of the original keyboards combined with special recording techniques, using both vintage and state-of-the-art equipment, captured the very the soul of these classics. Embracing the quirks and inconsistencies that give these keyboards their character, Propellerhead focused on realism rather than creating pristine, unflawed reproductions. In all, the ElectroMechnical 2.0 ReFill contains well over 100MB, including 70 Combinator patches, 90+ NN-XT patches and 6 demo songs. The full list of instruments includes:
  • Fender Rhodes MK I Stage 73
  • Fender Rhodes MK II Stage 73
  • Wurlitzer EP100
  • Wurlitzer EP200
  • Hammond Organ Model A
  • Hohner Clavinet D6
  • Hohner Pianet T The ElectroMechanical 2.0 ReFill is a free download for all Reason 3.0 owners. It can also be ordered on a CD for a nominal fee from the Props website:
  • www.propellerheads.se

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