It’s here and I almost missed it while working at a youth camp. This past Thursday Propellerhead lifted the viel and unleashed Reason 6.5, which include Rack Extensions. If you are an owner of Reason 6 or Reason Essentials, this upgrade is free to you and you can grab your download here. If you don’t have Reason, choose your poison Read more
Monthly Archives: June 2012
Today, 06-08-2012, Propellerhead revealed more info on their 3rd Rack Extension Polar. Propellerhead states that “It’s not just third parties who are getting into the creation of Rack Extensions” and I’m so glad it’s not. With the Reason 6.5 upgrade being free for registered users of Reason 6 I’m going to lap up every bit Rack Extension that Propellerhead manages to put Read more
Hi my name is david an I would like to find out how to use Reason 6 as a live backup band, sort of like what an ‘Arranger’ keyboard does, like the Yamaha Tyros 4, were I can create my own sequence track and manipulate it in real time for example I could change the way it usually starts like Read more
Back in May, Audio Damage announced that they would be making a Rack Extension version of Rough Rider. As of June 1st they have a final GUI and have put the Rough Rider RE in the hands of the Propellerhead. Curious what it will look like? Also, It will cost somewhere between $10 and $30.
Not too long ago Propellerhead revealed details on a Rack Extension that they call “Pulsar.” The props call say Pulsar LGM-1 is a dual channel modulation powerhouse and that it’s an LFO—but it’s also a powerful little synth in its own right. Pulsar is one of three Rack Extension devices that will be available upon the release of Reason 6.5 and the Rack Extension Read more