Propellerhead Releases Soul School 2

New ReFill library is the sequel to Propellerhead's funk flavored sound pack      17/10/12
Propellerhead Software today announced the immediate availability of the Soul School 2 ReFill for Reason. They tell us that, as the sequel to its best-selling Soul School ReFill, Soul School 2 is an organic sounding and extremely flexible collection of soul loops and samples. They say that it's a perfect starting point for song creation, creating new instrument performances with a vintage sound, or adding "classic spice" to any style of music.
Here's more details in Propellerhead's own words:
Consisting of nine grooves, all recorded live without overdubs, broken up into individual instruments and tempo-independent loops, Soul School 2 is a playable collection of old school sounds, with tons of loop and sample content ready to be played, tweaked and turned into songs.
All the loop content in Soul School 2 comes readymade for Reason's Dr. Octo Rex loop player, for quick arranging of drum tracks, bass grooves and guitar licks on the fly. Additional construction kits for the Kong Drum Designer effectively turns the loops into playable building blocks for new performances. As a bonus, the Reason Soul Keys ReFill comes as a free download, with patches based on the Soul School sound for the Reason Factory Sound Bank, Propellerhead's free Electromechanical ReFill, Reason Pianos and the Radical Piano Rack Extension.
Pricing and Availability:
The Soul School 2 ReFill is available exclusively for download through Propellerhead's web shop today, at a price EUR €79 / USD $99.
The Soul School 1 & 2 ReFills are available together in a discounted bundle in the Propellerhead web shop.
More information:
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Jason    Said...

Those refill sounds are killer. The horns are my favorite.

Jason http://forthemix.com

17-Oct-12 03:14 PM


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