Seven Sample Libraries In One

Zero G are shipping The Big Reason with over 6500 samples      18/10/06

Seven Sample Libraries In One


Buying Choices
Zero-G have announced that they are now shipping The Big Reason - seven brand new sample libraries, over 6500 samples and over 4Gb of material, all for the price of one library.
Zero-G tell us that The Big Reason is packed full of loops, instruments, pads, effects and much, much more, all programmed for Propellerheads Reason as REX2, NN-19, NN-XT, Re-Drum, Malstrom, Subtractor and WAV files. It covers almost every contemporary music style including Dance, Funk, Urban, Ambient, Leftfield and Ethnic with over 6500 samples to choose from. Zero-G have also left all the files unpacked so that non-Reason users can access the samples and use them in their favourite software.
The seven new libraries:
  • Binary Finary - a dance music library from the dance maestros themselves.
  • Chemical Comedown - pads, fx and soundscapes that create a journey into sound.
  • G-Funk Era - an awesome collection of dancefloor funk-ed up essentials
  • Guitar Lab - electric & acoustic guitar licks, riffs, notes and chord patterns from a top sessionist.
  • Organic Chemistry - other-worldly, exotic, unexplained, alien & avant-garde sounds.
  • Percolated Beats - live drumloops from top urban music session drummer Richie Spaven.
  • Planet Bliss Loops - over 700 brand new beats suitable for all kinds of dance music.
Contents include:
  • 4.2Gb of samples
  • over 3300 Rex2 Files
  • over 3300 Wav Files
  • 520 NN-XT Patches
  • 490 NN-19 Patches
  • 57 ReDrum Kits
  • 50 Malstrom Patches
  • 47 Subtractor Patches
Pricing and Availability:
£79.95 GBP / $129.95 USD / 109 Euro More information:



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