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  1. Refill Unpacker, free refill unpacker software downloads. Jujuba Software Unpacker is your Swiss Army knife for unpacking files compressed in different formats like ZIP, RAR, 7Z, etc. Unpacker is a versatile app that allows extracting compressed files from archives, disk images and other storage formats.Unpacker supports a broad range of formats new and old: ZIP OCo the most commonly used.
  2. RFL file is a Reason ReFill Sound Bank.Reason is a music software program developed by Swedish software developers Propellerhead Software. It emulates a rack of hardware synthesizers, samplers, signal processors, sequencers and mixers, all of which can be freely interconnected in an arbitrary manner.

Modifying the files might be, but shit. I'd consider it more a question of ethics since I can't imagine someone being sued for ripping a Reason Refill into something that can be used in other products. If you paid for it, use it how you like as long as you aren't causing any negative repercussions for the company. Download32 is source for refill viewer freeware download - Aiseesoft Free PDF Viewer, SysTools SQL MDF Viewer, dp4 Font Viewer, Bytescout PDF Viewer, Image Viewer, etc. Jan 28, 2019 Reason Refill Unpacker. I use Reason 1.01 so I have the lovely job of exporting each drum and perc sample one by one lol. This post has been edited 1 time(s), it was last edited by fogga: 14:39. 14:39 Cp6uja Registration Date: Posts: 5,646: quote: Originally posted by fogga OLD I KNOW!

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Posted by Magnus on Oct-17-2005 04:47:

Reason Refill Unpacker, Finally...

Reason Refill Unpacker Mac

I knew someday, somebody would figure this out. I no longer use Reason as I've long since moved on to Cubase, but I still held on to all my refills in the hopes that someday, someone would figure it out and create a refill unpacker. That day has finally arrived. This tool lets you open any refill and extract its contents. This tool is NOT a commercial product. Rather its a simple tool that some kind soul took the time to finally figure out. Major props to the author.
Please note: You must have Reason 3.0 or better installed. Put this tool in your Reason install folder. Directions are also included in the zip. Enjoy!
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Posted by hardikaveri on Oct-17-2005 06:13:

wow
that could be the end of all commercial refills

Posted by aims on Oct-17-2005 07:06:

I waited this sucker like 3 years!! Finally!

Posted by Morphu on Oct-17-2005 07:53:

Thx

at last...i will sort my refills..in the way i like ... one refil for each instrument...... thanks dude.....

Posted by Project 7 on Oct-17-2005 08:19:

been waiting 10 months for one of these , those who wait GET LOL

Posted by expanded on Oct-17-2005 08:33:

sweeet dude!
finally i can get rid of reason...

Posted by Chronosis on Oct-17-2005 08:48:

Huge thanks!

Posted by Icone on Oct-17-2005 13:15:

Since I never worked with Reason, I've always asked myself what exactly is inside a refill. Are those synths presets, wav samples, or both?

Posted by Storyteller on Oct-17-2005 13:28:

indeed a combination of stuff, all kinds of presets and wav files

Posted by Thois on Oct-17-2005 16:06:

this guy who figured it out can make a fortune with his program if he wants to

Posted by ronk on Oct-17-2005 16:19:

finally! thanks!

Posted by aquila on Oct-17-2005 22:12:

shit....now I have a reason to upgrade to version 3 from 2.5

Posted by lyoun11 on Oct-19-2005 15:53:

Will this work on Apple computers as well?

Posted by HaZZa on Oct-20-2005 10:10:

WOW i to waited long for this, you and the author earn my respect!! many many many many thanks!!!!

RefillPosted by Reactance on Oct-20-2005 13:08:

yeah !
Finally,ive been waiting way too long for this.
Thanks for the post !

Posted by DigiNut on Oct-20-2005 19:57:
quote:
Originally posted by lyoun11
Will this work on Apple computers as well?

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Posted by lyoun11 on Oct-20-2005 20:42:

I can't get it to work for some reason,
I use an apple Powerbook
I originally installed Reason 3.0, now I'm running the upgrade Reason 3.0.4
This is what I do:
1. I unzip the file and a folder named 'Refillunpacker' is created on my desktop.
2. I open the'Refillunpacker' folder and also open a second finder window.
3. I drag the .exe file into the Reason Folder (which is located in the Application section)
4. I look in the Reason folder (and the Okester and FSB refills are in still in there) and the .exe file is just sitting there. When I try to open it, it says that there's no default app to open it with.

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Posted by FrancoR on Oct-20-2005 21:24:

thanks a lot!
i tryed to make an unpacker but my skills are limited
bye reason xD

Posted by Reactance on Oct-21-2005 07:46:

How does the program work ?? I thought the refill format was a propeller head secret format.

Posted by GreenLight on Oct-21-2005 09:26:
quote:
Originally posted by lyoun11
I can't get it to work for some reason,
I use an apple Powerbook
I originally installed Reason 3.0, now I'm running the upgrade Reason 3.0.4
This is what I do:
1. I unzip the file and a folder named 'Refillunpacker' is created on my desktop.
2. I open the'Refillunpacker' folder and also open a second finder window.
3. I drag the .exe file into the Reason Folder (which is located in the Application section)
4. I look in the Reason folder (and the Okester and FSB refills are in still in there) and the .exe file is just sitting there. When I try to open it, it says that there's no default app to open it with.

sorry to bust your bubble here ... .EXE files will not open on ANY mac computer ... Ive got a powerbook too, so unless they come up with a mac version of this ... hang it up ... only way you'll get an .exe file to run on OSX is to have virtual [ Windows ] pc ... and then you'll have to reinstall reason ... for windows ... on the virtual Pc partition ...
.EXE FILES WILL NOT OPEN IN APPLE COMPUTERS ... and there are no programs to do open an .exe file with either ... hang it up buddy ...Posted by Airyck Sterrett on Oct-23-2005 20:49:

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sweet thanx for the info, now I can finally unpack some refills : ) this is awesome, thank you thank you thank you

Posted by aquila on Oct-23-2005 21:59:
quote:
Originally posted by GreenLight
.EXE FILES WILL NOT OPEN IN APPLE COMPUTERS ... and there are no programs to do open an .exe file with either ... hang it up buddy ...

Not that I've used it, but what about VirtualPC?Posted by mzvirbulis on Oct-23-2005 23:36:

hey guys, can you please explain the benefits of this as i dont know really what this is all about. like i have refill packer but havent installed it, but what is this all about unpacker.
thanks ta's.
mattz

Posted by John on Oct-25-2005 21:09:
quote:
Originally posted by mzvirbulis
hey guys, can you please explain the benefits of this as i dont know really what this is all about. like i have refill packer but havent installed it, but what is this all about unpacker.
thanks ta's.
mattz

as the name says it let's you unpack the refills, so people who like to use the sounds that are packed in the refills, but dont like to use reason, can now use refills too. they just unpack them and use the .wav files or the single reasonpatches.
the refillpacker does the opposite (obviously). it let's you make those refills.
what i dont understand is, since the unpacker doesn't work outside reason, why would anyone buy reason just to use the refills?

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you can get the same (and better) sounds on sample cds too.

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Posted by RIPassion on Oct-25-2005 22:19:

THANK YOU, GOD.


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