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Propellerhead Software Releases Free Reload Utility

Propellerhead Software Releases Free Reload Utility

Loads Akai Sound Disks into Reason

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN-APRIL 3, 2003 - Propellerhead Software, the Swedish company behind acclaimed products such as Reason, Recycle! and ReBirth today announced the release of Reload. Reload is a utility program for Mac OS X and Windows XP that allows Reason and ReCycle users to load Akai S1000//S3000 sound disks. Reload is also useful for anyone importing WAV files. Utilizing a very simple elegant interface, Reload makes one of the world's largest sound libraries available to Reason and Recycle.

Specific features include: Load complete Akai programs andsamples, including full keyboard mapping and parameters, into the NN-XT. Load Akai samples into the NN-19 and Redrum, including looping. Load samples into ReCycle, including loopingparameters.

Reload is part of an effort by Propellerheads to provide added value for registered owners of Reason. Previously, they offered the very popular Refill packer utility and 100 Megs of free sounds in collaboration with Primesounds . Propellerheads will continue this program to reward their registered users and continue to add value to their product.

Reload is be a free download for registered Propellerhead users and is $49 for unregistered users.

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