Euphonic Strings Refill For Reason
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Last! Wonderful Realistic Strings In Reason
The Euphonic Strings Refill brings you highly playable, dynamic and beautiful sounding string sections for your Reason rack. We've lovingly recorded over 6,300 24bit samples to create the best strings you've ever heard in Reason.
The refill includes basses, cellos, violas and violins as separate sections as well as full string sections, all in a wide variety of articulations. You'll also find beautiful hybrid patches which combine strings layers and synths, and expressive split patches convenient for composition and live performance.
This is the perfect string section for your modern music productions or television and film scores. From an intimate violin quartet to a full 13 piece string section, this refill gives you truly expressive playability. We captured a huge number of variations of all main instruments so your strings will sound incredibly real and vibrant. Even fast staccato lines played on the same note of your keyboard sound dynamic and natural thanks to multi-layered 'round-robin' patches in Reason's NN-XT sampler.
The thousands of sampled notes were played by highly skilled musicians and obsessively captured by our engineers at London's famous Livingston Studios. We used the same world-class signal path featured in countless hit records and classical recordings. The raw samples are as 'dry' and unprocessed as possible ensuring maximum flexibility in your Reason productions.
There are no phrases or musical parts, just pure playable instruments. With the Euphonic Strings Refill Your MIDI keyboard becomes an expressive and inspiring string section.
This fabulous strings refill is suitable for all versions of Reason from version 5 and upwards (including the latest version 8). Combinator patches use only standard Reason devices such as NN-XT Sampler, M-Class EQ & Compressor, Scream etc. Being sample-based the cpu hit is minimal and we've catered for lower RAM specs by including 'LITE' versions of most of the larger patches.