Re-Strings Rack Extension For Reason Recreates 70’s String Synth Sounds

GForce Software has introduced Re-Strings, a new virtual instrument for Propellerhead Reason, designed to recreate the classic string synthesizer sounds of the 70’s.

Re-Strings features 67 individual sample sets from a plethora of classic analogue string ensembles including the rare Freeman String Symphonizer, the Solina, the Eminent 310, the Logan String Ensemble and other classic string machines.

Re-Strings includes string tones from the following classic instruments:

  • ARP Quadra (1978)
  • Crumar Multiman (1975)
  • Elka Rhapsody (1975)
  • Eminent 310 (1972)
  • Freeman String Symphonizer (1973)
  • Godwin Model 749 String Concert (1980)
  • Hohner K4 (1977)
  • Junost 21 (c 1986)
  • Korg Lambda (1979)
  • Korg PE2000 (1976)
  • Logan String Melody II (1977)
  • Mellotron (1963)
  • Moog Opus III (1980)
  • Roland VP330 (1979)
  • Solina String Ensemble (1974)
  • Technics KN200 (1982)
  • Yamaha CE-25 (1983)
  • Yamaha SS30 (1977)

Each sample set spans 49 notes (4 octaves), each individually sampled and looped.

With Dual Layer capabilities – each layer comprising of a Lowpass, Bandpass & Highpass Resonant Filter Section, Two Envelope Generators, Pitch or Filter LFO, Dynamic control including filter aftertouch – you can create hybrid combinations of classic string ensembles.

Finally, global vintage style Ensemble & Phaser effects are provided.

Audio Demo:

Pricing and Availability

Re-String for Reason is available for an introductory price of 39 EUR/USD/GBP until April 25th, 2017 (regular 79 EUR/USD/GBP).

4 thoughts on “Re-Strings Rack Extension For Reason Recreates 70’s String Synth Sounds

  1. That sounds beautiful… Getting this for sure.

    Is it a reworking of the old Virtual Strings VST from GForce?

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