Free Rhythm Section When You Buy Reason

Register online for free Reason Electric Bass and Reason Drum Kits ReFills      03/03/14
Free Rhythm Section When You Buy Reason


Propellerhead's UK distributor, Sound Technology Ltd, has been in touch to tell us that if you buy Reason you will get the Reason Electric Bass and Reason Drum Kits ReFills for free – a €149 value. Here's the details in their own words...

Now you can get a fantastic rhythm section included when you buy Reason 7. These two Refills, worth €149,  give you the killer backline for nearly any type of music. And because they are Hypersampled, you'll have the control to sculpt a fantastic sounding, unique rhythm section that makes your tracks come alive.

Reason Drum Kits is a live drum recording session in a Refill. It captures every aspect of the included kits: the drums themselves, the room surrounding them, the drummer, the unique sound of the mics and outboard used in the recording, the works.

The Reason Electric Bass ReFill puts eight fully playable electric bass guitars into your Reason rack. Featuring selectable basses and bass rigs, this ReFill lets you add dynamic, natural sounding bass lines to your productions.


Pricing and Availability:
Purchase Reason between March 1 and June 30 2014 and register online to get your free ReFill downloads.

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RP    Said...

Free experience that you will someday feel F****ed in the a** when you buy a copy of Reason as soon as it's released.

That's what the headline should read :)

03-Mar-14 08:22 PM


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