What are the best Refills you own?

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Jagwah
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Post 01 Jul 2021

I am not too familiar with good Refills as I haven't used them too much but now I find them quite useful.

I'm interested to know what are the best Refills judging from your experience?

I'd prefer to know about standard Refills only but feel free to share about Reason+ sound packs too, might be some interesting info there.

I've mentioned before how much I love Jiggery Pokery's Kings of Kong Refill, now I want to explore what is out there, especially synthy stuff.

Thanks for your thoughts! :)

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MrFigg
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Post 01 Jul 2021

Yep. King of Kongs is a good one.
My favourite is Abbey Road but you will never know as it’s pretty hard/ nearly impossible to find these days.
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Post 01 Jul 2021

MrFigg wrote:
01 Jul 2021
Yep. King of Kongs is a good one.
+1 for king of kongs, it was my go to drum library for years.....

XO has pretty much retired my drum RE's now though, it's a shame you can't unbox samples from the refills....
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avasopht
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Post 01 Jul 2021

Sonic Reality Gold Bundle is pretty solid. It is by far the best ReFill for acoustic instruments and for those bread and butter sounds.

I'd also put BitleyTM's WBF up there. It's a rich tapestry of sounds that can add lots of texture to a track. His pads are also pretty neat.
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Despondo
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Post 01 Jul 2021

Way Beyond Fairlight by Bitley is the one I keep going back to.

https://bitleysounds.com/

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Post 01 Jul 2021

I agree: Bitley's WBF is a great Refill (almost like an additional Factory Sound Bank). I also highly recommend to check out Soundcells (best to start with the Salad Bar to get a taste and then to use the credit from it for some deep-dive into the Pads or Digital genome).

p. s. Both do sales quite regularly, so if you're on a budget and can wait, you can get a lot of great sounds for a very reasonable price.
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Post 01 Jul 2021

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Post 02 Jul 2021

All of the above mentioned refills are great.
I also have the complete ZombieFightsShark collection and use them all the time.
https://zombiefightsshark.gumroad.com/
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Post 02 Jul 2021

hello,

my vote is for eXode

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Post 02 Jul 2021

So really interesting and helpful stuff in Pantheon 1 2 & 3

https://www.reasonstudios.com/shop/prod ... i-and-iii/
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Post 02 Jul 2021

If you're looking for free refills full of some exceptional patches you wouldn't be wasting your time downloading Tom Pritchards refill collection:-

https://www.dropbox.com/s/536axfqjflftm ... s.zip?dl=0
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Post 02 Jul 2021

For me it's Quixotic Sound Design. Lots of inspiring sounds with character.

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Post 02 Jul 2021

Billy+ wrote:
02 Jul 2021
If you're looking for free refills full of some exceptional patches you wouldn't be wasting your time downloading Tom Pritchards refill collection
:thumbup: Most definitely, some amazing sounds in that bundle
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Post 02 Jul 2021

No problem

I guess I should also mention Lectric Panda Procedurally Generated Refills

http://www.lectricpanda.com

Each Refill contains thousands of generated patches, breaching new sonic dimensions in your existing Reason devices. Lower patch numbers are simple and minimal. Higher patch number are more complex, dense, and generally have more modulations.

Lectric Panda Generates Quad (108M)
Lectric Panda vs Noise Engineering (4M)
Lectric Panda vs Noise Engineering Vol 2 (9M)
Lectric Panda Generates Alligator (18M)
Lectric Panda Generates Dual Arpeggio Vol 1.1 (99M)
Lectric Panda Generates Dual Arpeggio Vol 2.1 (99M)
Lectric Panda Generates Malstrom (6M) [NEW]
Lectric Panda Generates MonoPoly (123M)
Lectric Panda Generates PX7 (123M)
Lectric Panda Generates Parsec (v1) (148M)
Lectric Panda Generates Polar (86M)
Lectric Panda Generates Pulveriser (8M)
Lectric Panda Generates Resonans (185M)
Lectric Panda Generates Scream 4 (2M)
Lectric Panda Generates Synchronous Vol 1 (296M)
Lectric Panda Generates Synchronous Vol 2 - Pulses (296M)
Lectric Panda Generates The Echo (8M)
Lectric Panda Generates Thor (88M)
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Post 03 Jul 2021

Jiggery Pokery has a bunch of good ones besides Kings of Kong. I remember being blown away by Blue Meanie (and Elements is nice.)

Anything by Soundcells.
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MrFigg
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Post 03 Jul 2021

The Luftrum Ambient Refill Collection is now free and pretty cool.
https://www.luftrum.com/luftrum-refill-collection/
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Jagwah
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Post 03 Jul 2021

Thanks very much everyone, lots to check out here and I will check out all of them! :thumbup:

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Post 03 Jul 2021

MrFigg wrote:
03 Jul 2021
The Luftrum Ambient Refill Collection is now free and pretty cool.
https://www.luftrum.com/luftrum-refill-collection/
cool
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Brian013
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Post 05 Jul 2021

I use the Nucleus SoundLab Filter Research a lot. These refills contain tons of great FX and are worth the money

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Post 07 Jul 2021

Soundcells has some great refills. I have most of them and they’re all really good. WBF is also a good library to have.

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Post 08 Jul 2021

Still have some love for the Zero G ones from way back - and only recently realised the 'Creative Essentials' Refill pack (3 discs) is the full catalog of the Zero G Creative Essentials sample CDs.

Not necessarily a refill but 15000 Rex is also a good go-to for us, and we do peruse Loopmaster Artist series stuff too

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Post 08 Jul 2021

Those Thomas Pritchard ones that were released for free earlier (last year maybe?) were pretty good.

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avasopht
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Post 08 Jul 2021

LABONERECORDINGS wrote:
08 Jul 2021
Still have some love for the Zero G ones from way back - and only recently realised the 'Creative Essentials' Refill pack (3 discs) is the full catalog of the Zero G Creative Essentials sample CDs.

Not necessarily a refill but 15000 Rex is also a good go-to for us, and we do peruse Loopmaster Artist series stuff too
Yes, they were pretty good, although I remember many of their earlier CD's weren't Refills, which put me off of them.

But their sounds were stellar.
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Post 08 Jul 2021

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