MESSE06: Sonic Reality Mini ProFile Rex Packs Now Available

Famous Artist and Style Grooves in REX2 format      04/04/06
Sonic Reality have announced that new Mini ProFile Rex Packs are available for purchase and download exclusively from .
Taken from Sonic Reality, Q Up Arts loop collections and Joytown Productions’ upcoming Studio ProFile multi-track loop library titles, these ‘Mini’ version sound sets are in 24 bit stereo Rex2 format and offer grooves from some of the best drummers in the world such as Steve Gadd (Paul Simon, Steely Dan, Al Di Meola), Ed Greene (Barry White, Donald Fagen) and Bun E. Carlos (Cheap Trick) as well as genre-based grooves such as ‘Mtown’, the classic sound of Motown in the 60’s or Nashville Drum Sessions for Country/Pop and more.
Sonik Reality tell us that these high-end Rex 2 format loop collections are priced to be affordable by any musician and that they’re great for adding natural acoustic drums and percussion grooves with the incredible feel of top, pro musicians.
Many products can read Rex2 format such as Propellerhead Reason, Spectrasonics Stylus RMX, Steinberg Cubase and Nuendo, Native Instruments Kontakt & Intakt, Apple Logic, Image-Line FL Studio and more. Price and Availability:
Over 30 Mini ProFile Rex Packs will be available starting at the beginning of April, 2006. They will be available online for download exclusively from the esoundz website. Mini ProFiles are between 25 and 100 MB each and prices range from $15-35. More Info and Downloads From:
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