Reason 7 and Essentials 2 are out
Propellerhead announces today the availability of Reason 7 and Reason Essentials 2.
Propellerhead Reason latest versions are now available, see on this news the details of the new features.
One precision regarding the Audiomatic Retro Transformer effect that had been announced without any detail: it is inspired by retro phone effects and features 16 snapshots with vinyl, VHS tape, PVC tube or Gadget-like sounds... This Rack Extension is included for free in Reason 7 but it will also be available for Reason 6.5 and Reason Essentials via a separate purchase.
Suggested retail prices:
- Reason 7 : $449 / 405€
- Reason Essentials 2: $129 / 120€
- Reason 7 Upgrade (from any previous version): $129 / 120€
- Reason Essentials 2 Upgrade : Free
- Balance (includes Reason 7 upgrade) : $449 / 429€
- Audiomatic Retro Transformer RE: $49 / 39€
If you purchased Reason or a Reason Upgrade after March 1st, 2013, the v7 update is free. More details available at www.propellerheads.se.
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