Thread: .RFL in Soundtrack Pro?
07-20-2006, 11:39 AM #1
.RFL in Soundtrack Pro?
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- Dec 30, 2005
As a gift my buddy got me a copy of Norman Cook's Skip to My Loops. He told me that I could use it in soundtrack pro to make some cool music for my films.
However upon loading it up - it showed that it was a Reason Refil (rfl) file.
Is there anyway that I can convert this file for use in Soundtrack Pro? Or am I going to have to go out and drop a couple hundred bucks to get reason and spend hours learning it? lol
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