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Digital Audio Editor from Reason Studios belonging to the ReCycle series

Propellerhead has updated the ReCycle package with a new look and streamlined packaging, and included a detailed, hour-long video tutorial from ASK Video designed to help users get started with the ReCycle toolkit.


Features
  • ReCycle includes Reason Adapted version 4, a streamlined version of Reason.
  • ReCycle now comes with an hour-long video tutorial from ASK Video, taking you from basic installation to slicing your first loop and using it in a sequencer program.
  • ReCycle’s REX format is compatible with almost every software sequencer on the market, according to PH, including Logic, Pro Tools, Cubase, Sonar, Ableton Live, MOTU Digital Performer and Propellerhead Reason, as well as software instruments such as Native Instruments Kontakt, Spectrasonics Stylus RMX or Digidesign Transfuser.
  • Originally created as a problem solver for loops, ReCycle is today often used as a phrase editor, PH says–a tool for quickly editing sampled parts, chopping up riffs for remixing or just as a way to split longer audio files up in parts.

Users that bought ReCycle after February 1, 2009 can obtain a free copy of the ASK Video tutorial by submitting a picture of their receipt at www.propellerheads.se/recyclegraceperiod.
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