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Zero-G Announces Two New ReFills

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Monday February 14, 2005
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Zero-G continue their support for users of Propellerheads Reason software with the release of two new Reason ReFill libraries; KONCEPT & FUNKTION and THE OPERATING TABLE.

KONCEPT & FUNKTION features over 1.1 Gb of Drum & Bass loops and samples produced in the UK by producers, David & Nic Higham. Providing all the loops and samples you need to turn out dance tracks, D&B producers will find plenty to keep them happy and are likely to find themselves conjuring up a masterpiece before they know it.

Included in the product are 40 Construction Kits, plus a huge selection of driving Beats & Loops, Bass Loops, Liquid Funk Loops, Organ Loops, Pad Loops, Synth Loops, and Loop FX. Additionally, Drum Kit Sounds, Dark FX, Hits FX, Industrial FX, Noise FX, Space FX, Sweep FX, Pads, Pad Sweeps, Female Vocals, Spoken Vocals, and Vocal FX complete this creative and highly usable drum & Bass production kit.

Formats provided inside the KONCEPT & FUNKTION ReFill are: REX2 ReDrum Kits & Samples NNXT NN19

Now also available as a Reason Refill, Zero-G's THE OPERATING TABLE is a groove library performed and produced by Emre Ramazanoglu, whose production credits include The Prodigy and William Orbit. Emre also masterminded the Award-winning "Return To The Planet Of The Breaks" sample library on the Zero-G label.

The sample-accurate construction kits and breakbeats found on The Operating Table derive their feel and sonic basis from live drumming techniques performed by four featured drummers, but were created via extremely creative processing techiques, while preserving the real feel of a performance. Many performances change and evolve, providing multiple loop variations. Real kits are the foundation of the sound of each break, although some incorporate additional live triggered analog drum machines or software triggered sounds.

Formats provided inside the THE OPERATING TABLE ReFill are: REX2

Please note that each of these new Reason ReFill products from Zero-G are formatted as a single Reason ReFill, and is therefore usable only with Propellerheads Reason software. The REX files etc. are NOT also provided separately outside of the Refills. However, details of an alternative plug-in version for each of these two libraries, powered by a customized version of the Native Instrument's INTAKT engine can be found on the Zero-G website. The plug-in versions are also compatible with the full versions of INTAKT and KONTAKT.

Zero-G's KONCEPT & FUNKTION ReFill and THE OPERATING TABLE ReFill are in stock now at a recommended retail price of 79.95 ($139.95 / 119 Euro) each.

For more information, visit their web site at www.zero-g.co.uk

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