Reason Refill Viewer It's just the drunker I sit here the longer I get.' 10:03 Ad Producer Registration Date: Posts: a million 06:66 Ghost Registration Date: Posts: 2,545: the only way u can do it is by loadin the samples into reason then exporting it out again hastle 11:20 Cp6uja Registration Date: Posts: 5,646: let alone the hassle, the db. Yup refills are the biggest fuk up from the props. Theyre nice n all but not being able to unpack them is really unforgivable!!! I say use free refills but boycott commercial refills, just dont buy them and the props will eventually realise a sample cd with near impossible to edit samples really aint worth paying for!!! In September 1998 AMG released the World's first REX CD-ROMs.In March 2001 we released two more World firsts - a ReFill for Reason and then a stereo REX2 CD-ROM We have supported and pioneered the REX format so strongly because we believe it to be hugely powerful and uniquely flexible and therefore represents the ideal vehicle for users to get the most from our unique sample library.
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Reason Refill Viewer Unpacker. In the decades since, this format has been adopted by several variations of dBase known as xBase, causing it to remain one of the most widely used database formats in the present day. Modifying the files might be, but shit. I'd consider it more a question of ethics since I can't imagine someone being sued for ripping a Reason Refill into something that can be used in other products. If you paid for it, use it how you like as long as you aren't causing any negative repercussions for the company.My Surface Pro 4 has 256Gb of internal storage, which is fine for my needs working mostly with MIDI and non sample-based VSTs in other DAWs. Also, Reason is pretty light in terms of space it takes on the disc. However, I was wondering - if ever become necessary - if it's possible to Reason installed on main disc, but keep the refills (factory stuff is 3.5Gb in Reason 10) on an external drive or a microSD card?
I can obviously locate the files and move them manually, but I can't seem to find a way of 'telling' Reason where they are like I can in Live, Bitwig or Studio One. Maybe it's hidden in some text / xml file that I need to edit?
Reason Refill libraries are sample and patch archives that compliment Propellerheads Reason. This collection of Refills is available for all users, however there is no guarantee of their operation unless you are using the most current available version of Reason.
Peff 038 - Drumatix
Roland TR-606 Drumatix drum machine, meticulously multisampled and edited completely in Reason 6.5. Each drum hit is sampled 8 times to capture a variety subtle changes. The Kong patches are programmed to alternate between the various samples to simulate the inconsistency of analog hardware.
Peff 037 - Grainshifter Combinator Beta
A Granular sampler concept that was never fully realized. Included is a liine Lemur for iPad template to control the combinator patches
Peff 036 - Kong 808
Comprehensive Roland TR-808 sample archive with patches and kits mapped for the Reason 5 Kong Drum Designer. Approximately 500 raw TR-808 samples and 300 processed TR-808 samples
Peff 035 - CycleOn Combinator Refill
CycleOn is a real-time playback system for ReCycle REX loops. This combinator based instrument patch is designed to create live performance and DJ Style effects using Propellerhead Software Record + Reason 4.0. This is not a Reason Refill because Record and Reason are required to access the patches. Synchronized loop start and stop as well as one-click effects make the CycleOn patches a powerful foundation for performance pieces. This library is a collaborative effort thanks to contributions from Loopmasters, Tim Bulkley, Goh Nakamura, GW Childs, and Bitplant
Peff 034 - Monologue
This is a monophonic analog synthesizer sample library for the Reason 4.0 NN-XT sampler. The sets include the standard, Sawtooth, Square, Triangle waves. Also included are fixed rate Pulse Width Modulation waveforms, and hard sync waveforms. Other sources include frequency modulated oscillators, tuned oscillator layers, white noise, and sine wave from a self-oscillating resonant filter. Each category of oscillator waveform is multisampled and looped (some more carefully than others). The NN-XT patches are expanded in dozens of combinator patches (Reason 4.0 only) which cover classic bass tones, mono leads, sound effects, arpeggiated and sequenced patches, and set of analog drum sounds. Record & Reason 4.0 required to fully use all combinator patches.
Peff 033 - Thor Step Sequencer Systems
A collection of Combinator and Thor patches that use the Thor Step Sequencer as a modulation source. Includes full sound patches as well as 50 pattern only patches. Also includes a sequence driven granular synthesis patches
Peff 032 - MPC3000 ReGroove Templates
ReGroove Mixer Templates based on MPC3000 loops as well as MPC3000 MIDI file extractions. Groove templates are intended for use with the Reason 4.0 Regroove Mixer. This refill includes the REX loops used to extract the precise feel of the swing. More information regarding this beta version.
Peff 031 - Minerva-8 Synthesizer
a specialized combinator dubbed the Minerva-8, a Malström based synthesis system that uses three simultaneous oscillators to simulate an analog synth.
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Peff 030 - RB-303
The ReBirth 303 Refill. Multisamples of the virtual 303 instrument recorded through an analog signal chain. The Refill contains specialized combinator patches to emulate the features of the 303 synths.
Peff 029 - Vintage RDK Combis v1.1
Updated version 1.1 includes Named Patches as well as the original numbered set of Combinator Patches designed for use with Reason Drum Kits 2.0. These patches are intended to simulate the fidelity of old recordings and are slightly over compressed with a variety of dynamic filtering and pitch modulation routings. Included are a selection of ReCycle Drum Loops created using the Vintage RDK combinator patches. 37Mb.zip file
Peff 028 - OB8 Bass & Chords
A couple of multisampled sets from an Oberheim OB8 synthesizer. R3.0 or later req. 5.5Mb.zip file
Peff 027 - Drum 4 Bass
Reason 3.0 ReFill version of the “Da*Bass” sample. Special Combinator Edition. R3.0 or later req. 400kb.zip file
Peff 026 - ReBirth Modpack1
Samples from four ReBirth Mods: TB-909e, RB-SEMx, RSP 1200, & Axiom_peace. Samples developed by MacJunkie, ZouZou, cIRCLE & Peff. Several Reason setup files are included for ReDrum setups and NN-XT maps. 8.2Mb.zip
Peff 025 - Circuit Bent
One Shot and Loop samples from the Chachi Jones Circuit Bent Speak & Spell and Speak & Math mods. Processed through a Metasonix Hellfire/Moog Ring Modulator/Digitech Delay pedal. 53Mb.zip
Peff 024 - Circuit Bent REX
A set of ReCycle loops created from samples of the Chachi Jones Circuit Bent Speak & Spell and Speak & Math devices. Processed through hardware effects and REXed for easy use in Reason. 18Mb.zip
Peff 023 - Thermin
A set of Moog Etherwave Theremin samples. This is the set that was previously available on the samples page. These are suitable for some interesting effects. ReFill archive contains NNXT patches and some example RNS files. 17Mb.zip
Peff 022 - Live Session 02
A set of upright bass riffs performed by Joe Lewis. 160 BPM Loops. This session was also recorded at the Expression Center. Engineered by Carson Day and Ben Hayes. 4Mb.zip
Peff 021 - Live Sessions 01
A set of saxaphone, rhodes piano, and bass riffs extracted from the pro tool session tracks recorded at the Expression Center for New Media Arts in Emeryville, CA. Joe Lewis on Bass, Rich Bologna on Rhodes, and Patrick Cress on Saxaphone. 100 BPM click track 17Mb.zip
Peff 020 - Stradivarius Violin
A solo violin multisample for the NN-XT Advanced Sampler. Two Sample sets containing one sample per note over the full range of the instrument. The first set is based on original recording. The second set is looped. I recorded these years ago when my friend was loaned the Hrimaly Stradivarius. 24Mb.zip
Peff 019 - Scream 4 B-Sides
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A collection of Scream 4 patches developed for the new Reason 2.5 distortion effect. This ReFill contains many of the B-Side patches that were not accepted for use in the Reason 2.5 Factory Sound Bank.
Peff 018 - Rhodes Mk I
This multisample is from a Rhodes Mark I Suitcase piano. There are two sets of samples in the archive. One set is recorded through a D.I., and the other set is tracked from the Speaker Cabinet. Requires Reason 2.x. 39Mb.zip
Peff 018a - Rhodes Patches
Patches and example configurations for the Rhodes ReFill. New Velocity curves have better expressive dynamics. Patches for both the MIC and DI sets. 1.3Mb.zip
Peff 017 - Malström Patches
I really dig the sounds you can make with the Malstrom Graintable Synthesizer. Here’s a collection of patches as well as some other cool Malstrom Stuff all in a ReFilll package. Requires Reason 2.x 2.2Mb.zip
Peff 016 - Test Tones
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Test tones for tweaking your studio monitor settings. Having these files as samples is handy to customize a sequence rather than rely upon tracks on a CD. These are not the greatest tones available, but they are suitable for most applications.
Peff 015 - u_gene kit
Really fanstastic set of Drum Samples courtesy of John Herndon of Tortoise and Isotope 217. These are the same samples and more that went into the u_gene mod, but the samples in the Reason Archive are the unadulterated stereo samples.
Peff 014 - Rhythm Ace FR-2L
Samples from a vintage AceTone Rhythm Box. This refill contains Single Hit samples with ReDrum Kits as well as Recycle Loops. There are also samples and loops processed through the Sherman Filterbank - for an edgy twist to the old cheese
Peff 013 - Super Subs
Various samples from the Super Subz sample pack i’ve distributed through analoguesamples.com -in a word…”phat” Probably some of the biggest bass sounds you will ever hear! 4.9Mb Zip Archive
Peff 012 -Prophet 5 Bass
Multisamples of a Sequential Circuits Prophet 5 bass patch. Noisy and Analogue!
Peff 011 - Rectified Bass
Multisamples of a physical model bass recorded through a bass cabinet. Nice and big but lack character. Great if you need a solid bass tone.
Peff 010 - CZ Organ
Multisamples (with loop points set properly) of the Casio CZ-101/1000 factory organ sound. This sample is so widely used, and I don’t think it will ever become obsolete.
Peff 009 - Project 303 Archive
Archive of the Samples and REX files from the TB-303 sample page. Patterns have been contributed by fellow ReBirth Users from around the world. 12.8Mb Zip Archive.
Peff 008 - MSP Effects
ReCycle 2 loops and Samples Created with a custom Max/MSP step sequencer patch. 10.7MB Zip Archive.
Peff 007 - Novice Shakuhachi
Samples of me playing a “Shakuhachi”. The percussive effects and ambient textures are based on the woodwind samples. 10.4Mb Zip Archive
Peff 006 -DR110 Loops
24 bit Samples and Loops of the Boss DR-110. Demo loops and effect examples.
REXNoize Demo ReFill (#005)
A collection of Subtractor Patches and Example Effect Configurations. REX loops by www.sonicmayhem.com.
Peff 004 - ADFX Series 1
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Analog modular synthesizer Samples created with an EMS-VCS3 and Buchla 200. 7.7Mb ZIP Archive.
Peff 003 - 303 Square Bass
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Multisampled TB-303 Square Wave Oscialltor ReFill. 37 individual notes are sampled and Mapped into NN19 patches. It’s pretty phat sounding. 5.3Mb Zip Archive.
Peff 002 - Visions Remix
This ReFill contains the sample for creating a remix of my track, “Visions.”
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Peff 001 - Subtractor Patch
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This is a ReFill archive of the 12/2000 Subtractor patchs + a few bonus patches and a demo rns file. 164K Zip Archive.
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