Free ReFill

Propellerhead Software offers Soul School ReFill for free to new Reason users      27/11/09

Free ReFill


Propellerhead Software has announced their brand new Reason Soul School ReFill to be included free of charge with any new purchase of Reason. This offer is valid starting Friday, November 27th, until December 31st, 2009. Here's all the details from them...
Those who purchase a full version of Reason, Record Reason Duo or Reason Academic from their local retailer, online shop or from Propellerhead Software's own web shop and register it on propellerheads.se before December 31st 2009 will be given access to download the brand new Reason Soul School ReFill - Propellerhead's latest ReFill that comes packed with REX files and multi sampled instruments that just oozes of the soulful sound of the 60's and 70's.
Reason Soul School, released earlier this month, explores the classic sounds coming out of three of soul's biggest capitals: Detroit, Memphis and Cincinnati. The Soul School ReFill sample library features twelve soul and funk instrumentals with all their musical elements in Propellerhead's REX format, as well as a collection of the 60's and 70's-sounding instruments multisampled for use with Reason's NN-XT sampler or Combinator device. Reason users will find the library organic-sounding and extremely flexible; they can use the ReFill as a starting point for song creation, play their own tracks from the instruments or add a bit of classic spice to any style of music.
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