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Price drop for Propellerhead's Reason Essentials 1.5 & Balance audio interface

Lower prices make Reason's Rack Extension technology more accessible than ever

With Propellerhead's recent announcement of the Rack Extension technology for Reason, the Reason rack is now open to third-party plug-in developers.

Now is a better time than ever then to get your hands on the latest version of their DAW, and the Sweden-based software company have made the Reason platform even more accessible with the recent price drop of Reason Essentials, which is now £99 inc VAT.

Essentials has been designed with first-time buyers of DAW software in mind and is suitable for anyone who is interested in Reason's instruments and distinct workflow but that might not be ready to take the full leap into the full version of Reason. Reason Essentials 1.5 is also available as a free upgrade to anybody who already owns the previous version of the software, and makes for an affordable way to host the new Rack Extension technology as well utilise Rewire with other DAWs.

For people in need of an interface, or simply looking for optimum integration with the Reason software, Propellerhead have also reduced the price of their proprietry audio interface Balance, which also includes a copy of Reason Essentials, for £349 inc VAT.

For more information be sure to contact Propellerhead's UK distributor Sound Technology Ltd on 01462 480000. You can also visit www.propellerheads.se for further details.


 

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