Version 11 introduces the most radical development in Reason's long history: the Reason Rack now runs as a plug-in within other DAWs.
Propellerhead’s latest Reason update adds features you never knew you wanted — but which you might find indispensible.
Is there more to the latest version of Reason than a pretty face?
Its been a long time coming, but Propellerhead have finally unveiled their take on computer-based audio recording and mixing.
The latest version of Reason incorporates new arrangement tools and two powerful new instruments, and even lets you record samples. Meanwhile, sister application Record continues to develop too...
By merging their flagship application with its sibling, Record, Propellerhead have created something users have demanded for years: Reason with built-in audio recording.
Reason has evolved in splendid isolation from other production tools, but version 7 sees Propellerhead build bridges to the outside world.
Astonishingly, Reason is now over four years old! Version 3 adds performance-enhancing features and mastering facilities, losing only Mac OS 9 support on the way. We bring you the first UK review of the full release version.
The success story that is the Reason software studio continues to unfold with the release of v2.5, which adds a slew of sophisticated effects and processing devices — all free to registered users.
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