Propellerhead announced Pulsar, the second Rack Extension from Propellerhead.
It will be available at the launch of the next version of Reason.
Pulsar is comprised of two LFOs, cross-modulation, lag, shuffle and a flexible envelope.
To celebrate the release of the Rack Extension platform, Pulsar will be gifted to everyone who is using Rack Extension compatible versions of Reason and Reason Essentials for the first three months after release—a $49/€39 value.
Thanks to the Reason rack’s routing, Pulsar integrates with Reason devices. Pulsar is designed to let you create a shuffled tremolo that changes speed as different notes are triggered, or come up with wobbles that respond to playing.
Using its audio outputs, Pulsar transforms "from a low frequency oscillator to a high-powered synth." The waveforms designed for modulation, combined with the lag and shuffle controls. Pulsar also comes with a set of premade patches.
For more information about Rack Extensions, Pulsar LGM-1 and to listen to audio examples, visit www.propellerheads.se/go/74B1DC9D.
Pricing & Availability
Pulsar LGM-1 will be released simultaneously with version 6.5 of Reason and version 1.5 of Reason Essentials Q2 2012, at a price of USD $49/EUR €39. For the first three months of the release Pulsar will be available as a free download from the Propellerhead Store.
About Rack Extensions
Rack Extensions is a new technology thatopens up the Reason rack, enabling third party developers to create instruments and effects for the music making software Reason. Announced at Frankfurt Musikmesse in March 2012, Rack Extensions will be included in thenext versions of Reason and Reason Essentials Q2, 2012.
More details: www.propellerheads.se/go/74B1DC9D
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