SNAMM06: Rex2 Famous Artist And Style Grooves

Sonic Reality Announce Rex Paks with 24-bit loops      18/07/06

SNAMM06: Rex2 Famous Artist And Style Grooves


Sonic Reality, the creators of Sonic Refills for Reason and virtual instrument plug-ins such as Sonik Synth and Miroslav Philharmonik have announced the release of a new product line called Sonic Reality Rex Paks.
Each Rex Pak title is based on a different style of music and features hundreds of high quality 24-bit loops expertly sliced in Rex2 format for use with software such as Stylus RMX (with special attention to drag and drop compatibility) Reason, Kontakt, Cubase, FL Studio, Pro Tools 7 or any Rex2 compatible DAW or sampler.
Offering different combinations of drum and percussion grooves, fills and variations, instrument riffs, construction kits and other production elements, Rex Paks are designed to be easy to use, universally compatible and powerfully flexible in a diverse range of musical productions.
The series will span almost every popular genre from Rock to Jazz to Hip Hop to Electronic styles and more. Six titles are shipping this month :
  • Vintage Soul Grooves
  • Hip Hop: Dirty South
  • Electronic: Drum n Bass
  • Sixties MTown Grooves
  • Vintage Rock Grooves
  • Nashville Pop Grooves
Price and Availability
Available now. MSRP: $69 USD each
More information and download purchases:



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