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Janneke
01-01-2017, 11:40 PM
Very new to this,

but how in the name of the lord does one put the files that you downloaded from a sound library (say a new cello sound) into reason, so that they work as midi's you can play on your keyboard. I've googled everywhere but can't find a thing on how to simply add a new library to your sound library and to get it working.

Thank you
and a happy new year.

Janneke

Matt
01-02-2017, 04:47 AM
Very new to this,

but how in the name of the lord does one put the files that you downloaded from a sound library (say a new cello sound) into reason, so that they work as midi's you can play on your keyboard. I've googled everywhere but can't find a thing on how to simply add a new library to your sound library and to get it working.

Thank you
and a happy new year.

Janneke

Welcome! When you say sound library what type of sound library is it?

Voyager
01-02-2017, 02:31 PM
You have to load you samples from the NNXT remote editor ( click the arrow below on the left to unfold the remote editor )

Matt
01-02-2017, 04:51 PM
Ok I think I understand. Here are some tutorials to help you. (http://www.learnreason.com/learn-nnxt-in-reason/)

Osmose
01-03-2017, 02:05 AM
Or if you downloaded a ReFill (you can recognize them by a red icon) you can go to create instrument and browse to the folder you stored them