In their pre-Black Friday sale, Propellerhead are offering the fully-featured Reason 10 DAW for a $100 discount and throwing in the $69 Drum Sequencer for free!
Reason 10 comes with Europa, a powerful and advanced synthesizer. Here are 5 top tips for better sound design.
Use any sample from anywhere, or record your own sounds directly in to Grain to create a limitless selection of atmospheric pads and textures. Here's how.
Propellerhead tell us Pop Chords Electric Guitarist is a powerful new instrument that provides fast, easy access to inspiring pop rhythm guitar performances.
Fancy learning how to create unique filter processed drums using Reason’s Synthetic Rig? The Filter Pattern rack is incredibly usable as Mo Volans shows in this video tutorial.
Expand your Reason Rack and save up to 80% on massive instruments and effects collections with Propellerhead's three new Rig bundles.
Propellerhead Software today announced that you can get their four best-selling instruments and effects (worth $250) free when you purchase Reason until March 16th 2015.
Want to give your sounds some extra grit, edge and pure, downright distortion? G.W. Childs shows how Reason's Parsec can be the perfect processing platform for you.
New Rack Extension instrument for Propellerhead Reason gives musicians a fast, easy way to create inspiring electric guitar tracks. Find out more and watch the video below.
When it comes to it, using presets can be good... creating your own custom insert chains can be so much better! Not only are you making a unique sonic palette, but you're learning more too.
Oh the joys of Propellerhead's Rack Extensions is not only great for 3rd party developers, but also for me and you - the end user! Hollin Jones checks out Kuassa's guitar amp RE in this review.
Software developers Peff, have released Directre rack extension for Reason, a 14:2 style mixer which has the ability to be triggered by a MIDI controller. G. W. Childs checks it out.
Rack Extensions! You've got to congratulate Propellerhead for creating this format. And since they have every developer worth their salt has jumped on board with their plug-ins, including kiloHearts.
Now that Reason users can enjoy 3rd party plugins (as rack extensions) there are a number of innovative instruments and effects becoming available. And Propellerhead are getting in on the fun too.
Remember the DX-7? You may have owned one and may recall its retro FM synthesis sounds, but how hard it was to program. Propellerhead have created the PX7 with mappable parameters. Is it a keeper?