Reason Pianos Refill Released

Extra add-on also available for registered users      18/08/06

Reason Pianos Refill Released


Further to our August 1st story (see below), Propellerheads have announced that that Reason Pianos, the premium piano ReFill for Reason 3.0 is now released.
They have also informed us of an add-on ReFill from eXode available for registered Reason Pianos users only. eXode is an independent sound developer and an avid user of Reason. He frequently creates ReFills that he makes available for free on Propellerhead’s user forum.
Propellerheads say that Reason Pianos is the perfect piano package: three stunning sounding, highly realistic pianos for Reason's Combinator and that the ReFill gives you three amazing-sounding Hypersampled acoustic pianos with the kind of presence and playability you normally wouldn't associate with sampled pianos.
The featured pianos were chosen for their classic pop and rock friendly sound; The Steinway D is considered to be the world's finest grand piano, the Yamaha C7 is a classic rock and jazz piano with a distinctive sound, and the Steinway K is a well balanced upright known for its deep tone. Propellerheads tell us that these instruments were hand-picked and then tuned and adjusted to perfection.
Pricing and Availability:
Reason Pianos is USD129/EUR120 More information and sound demo :
eXode add on Refill:



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