Ever wanted a sampler with a PhD in flexibility?
A sampler that's as advanced as any pro machine,
but user-friendly and inspiring. The NN-XT is that sampler.
MalstrÃ¶m is not your everyday synthesizer.
It doesn't act like one and it sure doesn't sound like one.
We bring you the missing link between rocket science and music technology.
Subtractor is an analog type polyphonic synthesizer based on subtractive synthesis,
the method used in analog synthesizers.
This close-up will show you the details of Reason
and tell you about some of the goodies in it.
Redrum is the drum machine in the Reason rack.
It has ten channels that can play one aiff or wav sample each.
Whole drum kits can be saved as Redrum patches.
The Dr-Rex Loop Player is a truly unique machine
and will probably be one of the favorites in the Reason rack.
It plays loops treated by Propellerhead Software's ReCycle
and it's design enables some truly new and innovative ways to use ReCycled loops..
Since the first digital samplers started to appear during the early 80â€™s,
samplers have evolved from primarily being used to reproduce existing
instruments to becoming instruments in their own rights.
In fact, the sampler has been one of the main influences on modern music
during the 90â€™s and producers have used them for such diverse tasks as
spinning in vocals, create drum grooves, play music loops, emulate acoustic instruments,
create unique sounds, remix andâ€¦.. Well the list goes on and on.
If you are into 70's style modular synths or if you simply like to play
around with a analog style sequencer that can control virtually anything in
the rack, take a close look at the Matrix.
The rack is the framework in which you create the studio setup you choose to work with,
creating your tracks. Since the rack provides many of the basic concepts behind Reason.
The rack has four main parts: The MIDI in device, the Audio out device,
the Sequencer and of course, the rack space where you put your gear.
If you ever feel the need to merge or split some Audio or CV signals,
these two eight-legged utilities are perfect for the job.
Do you crave sophistication in reverberation? Look no further than the
RV7000, the most expensive sounding reverb unit ever to hit the software world.
Roll out the virtual red carpet. The king of versatile vocoding is coming to Reason city.
Built for breakage and designed to destroy, Scream 4 turns distortion into an artform.
An eighties button transformed into a handy rack device. This is UN-16 Unison, the fattifier.
All info taken from The Propellerheads site