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Propellerhead offers Synchronous RE for Reason 7

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Effect sequencer from Reason Studios belonging to the Reason series.

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Users of Reason 7 can download for free the new Propellerhead Synchronous modulation Rack Extension until June 30th.

Synchronous is designed for tempo synched modulation effect creation. The GUI offers tools for drawing and editing the waveform and generate sidechain pumping effects, tremolos, wobblers and more.

You’ll find in Synchronous various effect sections: Distortion with Lo-Fi and ring modulator, a Multimode Filter with high-pass, band-pass, low-pass, comb and a resonance control, Delay with ping-pong option, and Reverb with amount, decay, room size and damp knobs. An input and output level control is also available, as well as a dry/wet mix knob and a master level.

Synchronous is free to all Reason 7 users until June 30th at shop.propellerheads.se/product/synchronous/. Note that Reason has just updated its Reason DAW to version 1.7, which includes version 2 of the SDK for the Rack Extension platform.

 

 

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