Propellerhead Record

propellerhead-record-softwarePropellerhead Software, the makers of Reason, are introducing a new audio app that offers a new approach to recording music, according to Peter Kirn at CDM:

Record is an audio recording program, Propellerhead co-founder Ernst Nathorst-Böös, but “This program has nothing to do with audio. It’s all about music… We wanted this to be about music making.”

Record is a piece of software designed around the musical possibilities of recording audio, he explains, emphasizing the actual act of recording and working with sound in ways that are always connected to musical time, beats and bars, and a fluid approach to tempo and tempo changes. It focuses on a single task rather than bundling together lots of tasks.

We’ll have a number of months to begin to see what Record’s contribution might be. But whether it’s successful or not, the good news today was that, after all this time, Propellerhead isn’t using anyone else’s mold.

Here’s Propellerhead’s Something New teaser video.

Note that Propellerhead has not released an official announcement as of this posting. If you’ve got additional information, leave a comment!

Do you think that Propellerhead Record will live up to the hype?


9 thoughts on “Propellerhead Record

  1. i am also loving the mixing desk its the coolest mixing desk out there and it sounds really great
    i just wish there would be a little more easier way group or bus on it but there is a work around.
    It uses almost no dsp power when just using the mixing desk
    It as almost zero latency i will be using it to mix most of my drum and bass along side logic pro
    which is my main sequencer

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  2. Agreed. There does not seem to be an easy way to group tracks into a separate bus. I have had success grouping tracks to a line mixer which also has it's own track. The line mixer track becomes your grouped bus. I do not know if there is an easier way. If someone out there in the ether knows…….please post.

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  3. Agreed. There does not seem to be an easy way to group tracks into a separate bus. I have had success grouping tracks to a line mixer which also has it's own track. The line mixer track becomes your grouped bus. I do not know if there is an easier way. If someone out there in the ether knows…….please post.

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  4. Agreed. There does not seem to be an easy way to group tracks into a separate bus. I have had success grouping tracks to a line mixer which also has it's own track. The line mixer track becomes your grouped bus. I do not know if there is an easier way. If someone out there in the ether knows…….please post.

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