Propellerheads announced Reason 3.0
Propellerhead Software announced version 3.0 of Reason, an update that focuses on live performance, taking Reason from the studio realm to the stage.
Reason 3 introduces a new module, the Combinator, which allows users to build elaborate chains of Reason devices-instruments, effects, pattern sequencer etc., and save as a Combi patch. With it\'s ability to load-up complex instruments routed through effect units and dynamic processors in one go, the Combinator is a playable, performance friendly device.
Additional new features include:
- Remote: Instant out of the box integration with most major control surfaces including support for motorized faders and controller displays.
- New soundbank: An expanded soundbank with increased focus on providing a wide palette of multi sampled instruments and huge sounding Combi patches.
- New browser: Reason\'s new browser will help you work faster and better in Reason. Free text search across your entire sound library, organize your sounds in favorite folders, audition play all samples and patches via MIDI.
- MClass: A mastering suite comparable with any hard- or software units. The suite consists of a four band parametric + shelving EQ, a stereo processor, a fantastic sounding compressor and a maximizer with look ahead limiter.
Reason 3 is expected to ship early 2005. An upgrade discount will be available for Reason owners. Upgrade and retail price TBA.
Untill the official release of Reason 3.0 in early 2005, Propellerheads are looking for beta testers of the new version. If you are a registered user of Reason visit www.propellerheads.se for more information on becoming a beta tester for Reason 3.0.
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