Propellerhead announced today that Reason 8 is now available for purchase.
Reason 8 introduces a completely redesigned user interface and streamlined workflow that they say is designed to let you ‘move faster from idea to music’.
Here’s the official video intro to Reason 8: Continue reading
Robotic Bean Creative has introduced Euclid Rhythm Generator, a Euclidean rhythm generator Rack Extension for Propeller Reason.
Here’s what they have to say about it:
Euclid is rhythmical inspiration in a box. You can use it to spice up your existing songs, or to start building up new ones from scratch. It’s a constant source of surprises and happy accidents for your productions. And there are plenty of presets included to help you get started or provide you with inspiration to build your own.
Euclid may seem simple on the surface, but it gets really deep once you start unlocking its secrets. You can automate and modulate basically every parameter, and each of the four gate outputs gives you a unique variation of the same pattern.
It comes with a big graphical display that visualizes your pattern in real time, including gate width, velocity, shuffle amount and current play position. The display also shows you all actual parameter values, taking CV modulation into account.
Euclid Rhythm Generator Audio Demos: Continue reading
Propellerhead Software today announced Reason 8 – a major new version of its virtual studio and digital audio workstation (DAW).
Reason 8 introduces a completely redesigned user interface and streamlined workflow that Propellerhead says ‘makes it easy to create amazing music, faster than ever.’
“For Reason 8, we’ve taken everything people love about Reason and introduced a streamlined new user interface,” says Propellerhead’s Leo Nathorst-Böös, “that makes it easier for new users to get started, and more fun for seasoned users to work faster.”
Here what’s new in Propellerhead Reason 8: Continue reading
Ochen K. has introduced Chip64 – a chiptunes Rack Extension for Propellerhead Reason.
Chip64 includes mathematical modeling of 5 chips:
- the TIA used in the Atari 2600;
- the SID chip used in the Commodore 64;
- the TA0x series used in the NES and Gameboy;
- the Vic-I used in the Vic 20; and
- the SN76489 chip used in the ColecoVision and Sega consoles.
It also offers an on-board sequencer, as well as a multi-mode filter, LFO, modulation envelope, and more, Continue reading
Synapse has introduced Ninety – a software emulation of a legendary 1970s phaser.
Here’s what Synapse has to say about it: Continue reading
This video is a sneak preview of a new Rack Extension by Ochen K that’s designed to make it easy to create microtonal music in Propellerhead Reason. Continue reading
Propellerhead today released Reason 7.1 and Reason Essentials 2.1 – an update that adds workflow improvements, support for an updated Rack Extension standard and a free modulation Rack Extension, Synchronous.
Here’s what’s new in Propellerhead Reason 7.1 and Reason Essentials 2.1: Continue reading
Quadelectra has introduced Mercury – a true 4 voice polyphonic arpeggiator for the Reason Rack.
Mercury can be used either in your songs, or for live performances where you want a fast and elegant way to play chord sequences and progressions.
Here’s a preview of Mercury in action: Continue reading