Pascal Gabriel's Melophobia Machine ReFill

Latest Creator Series Refill brings platinum producer to the Reason community      19/11/08

Pascal Gabriel's Melophobia Machine ReFill


Buying Choices
Propellerhead have announced the latest instalment in the Creator Series: Pascal Gabriel's Melophobia Machine ReFill. They tell us that the Melophobia Machine ReFill for Reason version 4 opens the lid of legendary hit maker Pascal Gabriel's sonic treasure chest--a mass of highly useful, production-ready loops, samples and instruments for songwriters and producers looking to add those unexpected elements that can turn a bland track into a masterpiece.
Propellerhead have this to say, "Pascal Gabriel's Melophobia Machine ReFill lets Reason users tap straight into the working methods of free thinking producer Pascal Gabriel, providing instant access to his particular kind of magic. The ReFill library gives users a chance to add unique material from actual Pascal productions. Drum kits, guitar loops, effect patches, sampled keyboards, bass patches, FX loops; it's all there. With a sonic palette ranging from unpolished to outrageous, the Melophobia Machine ReFill is perfect for adding color to any production.:
About Pascal Gabriel
Over the years, Pascal Gabriel has lent his skills to an impressive amount of top artists including Dido, New Order, Bomb the Bass, Miss Kittin, Ladyhawke, Kylie Minogue and more. A longtime collector of odd gear and instruments, with a knack for using them in odd new ways, Pascal Gabriel is a true studio experimentalist--with a sound that is very much his own.
Pricing and Availability:
Pascal Gabriel's Melophobia Machine is available immediately exclusively as a download from the Propellerhead online shop for $49.00 USD and €49.00 EUR.
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