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Propellerhead Software announced it has started beta testing for Reason 5 and Record 1.5.

According to the company, this is the biggest overhaul to its Record – Reason application family so far, introducing new instruments, effects, sequencing and more for composing, beatmaking, loop-mangling, vocal treatment, songwriting and music production.

The new Kong Drum Designer and Dr.OctoRex loop player extend Reason’s instrument arsenal to help you get sounding rhythms, drums tracks and beats.

Reason 5 and Record 1.5 are designed to add a new take on sequencing: Blocks—build your songs parts like patterns and string them together for fast arranging.

Neptune
, a pitch correction tool and voice synthesizer, is designed to turn your less than perfect performance into a great one.


Reason Record Duo feature highlights:
  • Introducing Kong Drum Designer (Reason)
“Load, sculpt, build and tweak your sounds with your choice of drum synthesis, sampling, REX loops, physical modeling and custom-made effect modules for percussion on Kong’s 16 pads.”


  • Dr.REX octuples into DrOctoRex Loop Player (Reason)
“No matter how you use it—as a pattern sequencer for loops, or to completely mangle your REX’ed audio – it is guaranteed to inspire.”


  • New Neptune Pitch Adjuster and Voice Synth Device (Record)
“Super flexible high-quality processor to correct and shift pitches, create backing harmonies, formant shift or take your vocals into outer space”


  • Block based pattern sequencing mode makes song creation fast and flexible (Both)
“Go from pattern-based arrangements to linear—to patterns again. Take your music beyond the eight bar loop.”


  • Live sampling is back! In the rack! (Reason)
“Re-explore the lost art (and fun) of sampling. Every sample player becomes a sampler; record with a single click — further tweak with the built-in editor.”


Other additions: Multi-core optimization, on-screen keyboard and expanded Factory Sound Bank, and more

Pricing and Availability
The release for all programs is targeted for later summer 2010. Upgrades will be handled by local distributors once new version become available. All prices remain the same, except for Reason for Record Owners, which will increase by €20/$20.
  • Record for Reason Owners Sidegrade (includes Reason 5 upgrade)          EUR €149   /  USD $169
  • Reason 5 Upgrade from any version                                                            EUR €  99   /  USD $129
  • Record 1.5 Upgrade from any version                                                                 free download
  • Record Reason Duo                                                                                      EUR €405   /  USD $449
  • Reason                                                                                                          EUR €305   /  USD $349
  • Record                                                                                                          EUR €279   /  USD $299

Anyone who purchases Reason, Record, the Duo or Record for Reason Owners today will get an upgrade to the new versions free of charge.

For more details, visit www.propellerheads.se/freeupgrade.

More info on the upgrades and individual products themselves can be found at www.propellerheads.se.
  • *Kurt Morrison* 1 post
    *Kurt Morrison*
    New AFfiliate
    Posted on 05/27/2010 at 10:40:55
    Hum... this information was supposed to be given tommorow at 15 PM. Propellerhead Software won't appreciate you don't keep the secret

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