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Jason McGerr Sessions

Jason McGerr, the drummer of Death Cab for Cutie, as well as a producer and owner of Two Stick studios, has been long time fan and user of Reason. Now he has created a versatile collection of acoustic drum loops and hyper-sampled drum kits designed for flexible and creative music production for Reason users. The ReFill enables balancing close and ambient mics to sculpt the sound. Using vintage and state-of-the-art equipment combined with carefully selected instruments, the loops and drum kits offer great character as well as pristine audio quality.

The Jason McGerr Sessions ReFill consists of drum kits and REX loops covering a wide range of styles, all with an alternative feel. McGerr himself performed and recorded all material, in the very studio with the same instruments and recording equipment used to record the drums for the upcoming Death Cab for Cutie album. Inspired by Propellerhead's Hypersampling approach used in Reason Drum Kits 2, Jason McGerr Sessions takes a completely unique approach to working with drum loops and drum samples. This ReFill offers both a large collection of REX Loops along with highly detailed samples of the drums used in recording those loops. That means that song construction with drum loops is a breeze, and adding detail, breaks and fills to the loops, which previously had been a challenge, is now a snap. Users can build up songs with the REX Loops and then use the multi-sampled kits to make the drum sounds their own.



Anonymous said...

file doesn't extract

Anonymous said...

just extracted, no pass needed.. works fine, sry dude.

Anonymous said... the way, great thanks! awesome blog!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for proton3 i.e the previous 3 - they all worked. Look forward to this too,

great blog

Anonymous said...

first of all thanx for the very nice side. i've tried a several times to download the jason mcgerr session but it never works out propperly. it always needs hours to start downloading and never finish it at the end. i would wish to have this one. anyway thanks for the afford.
see ya jameleon

Anonymous said...

I had the same problem with this one, but the others worked well.

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