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Propellerhead introduces Rack Extensions, a new technology designed to open up the Reason rack to third paryy developers.

Through this new technology—built into the next version of Reason and Reason Essentials—users can expand their collection of instruments and effects with the Reason devices they want.

 

To see an overview presentation video from Propellerhead CEO, Ernst Nathorst-Böös go to: www.propellerheads.se/go/E57D029D

 

Available to third parties as a software development toolkit, Rack Extensions give the user the ability to load them in Reason’s Combinator, route audio and CV cables on the back, automation of all parameters, copy/paste devices and signal chains, and experimentation with unlimited undo.

 

Propellerhead also announces the Rack Extension Store, an online store where Rack Extensions from all Rack Extension developers can be purchased and downloaded into the Reason rack. All Rack Extensions are Mac and Windows compatible, and can be tried with users’ own song files in Reason before purchase.

 

Pricing & Availability:

The Rack Extension technology will be introduced in version 6.5 of Reason and version 1.5 of Reason Essentials to be released in Q2, 2012. The upgrades will be available for free download for all owners of Reason 6 and Reason Essentials. Users of previous versions of Reason can upgrade to Reason 6 today and download the upgrade for free once it becomes available.

 

For more information and continuously updated news on Rack Extensions, visit www.propellerheads.se/news/rackextensions.

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