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iPadLoops: Gadget Stokholm and History Of REX Files

Jason from iPadLoops brings us a much needed history lesson on the REX (.rx2) files used in Dr. Octo, and the new Stockholm gadget in KORG Gadget. Jason also shares some of his favorite REX files for free!

Video Description:

I'm super stoked about today's episode (warning this is a long video that covers a lot) because we get to talk about two of my very favorite things Korg Gadget and Propellerheads Rex files! This demonstration will give you a brief history of rex files as well as explain what exactly they are and how you can make them your self. Then we transition into importing my free rex files into Korg Gadget Stokholm and then we close with a walkthrough /demo for Stokholm using some of those same free rex loops. You'll get a brief Abu Dhabi comparison too so please kick back and watch the whole video.

Free link to rex files so far https://www.dropbox.com/sh/z16mm2wzpt...

If you buy loops visit my site www.soundtrackloops.com

Check out my Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/djpuzzle

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Reader Comments 2

I dig this approach and I understand this is a classic format but I'd have hoped korg would let me slice wav into Rex files. Having to downlod pre-made files in obsolete format is frustrating for my generation when you can just chop up any audio format with things like reslice. Ya kno?
Replicating old tech is sweet and I have respect for it but at the end of the day I just wanted to make the song in my head
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