Use third-party ReFills Reason 6.5


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Using third-party ReFills

Though the Reason factory sound bank and the included Orkester refill are top-notch sound libraries, creative musicians appreciate the chance to hear other ideas and influences. Fortunately, Propellerheads provided a way for this to happen, in the form of a refill. A refill is simply a sound library wrapped up into one file that is compatible with the Reason architecture. Refills can include patches, samples, or songs, or any combination of the three. Anyone can create a refill, including yourself, with the free Refill Pack or application, downloadable from the Propellerheads' website.

The ElectroMechanical refill, free from Propellerheads for registered Reason users, is a wonderful introduction to the world of refills. I am partial to these sounds because I created most of them, and this was my first product for Propellerheads way back in 2004. This sound library includes electromechanical instruments such as Rhodes Pianos, Wurlitzer Pianos, Hohner Clavinets and Pianettes, and Hamm...

Using third-party ReFills
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Using third-party ReFills provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by J Chris Griffin as part of the Up and Running with Reason 6.5

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