Get Propellerhead's Reason 6 for €1
Posted on 21 Sep 2011 at 13:38, by Kat Orphanides
Propellerhead Software's Reason virtual synth and effects rack has legendary status among music professionals and bedroom noodlers alike. The latest version introduces new echo, distortion and gate effects and native 64-bit support, but more importantly, it now includes all the features of Propellerhead's Record, a complete virtual studio, mixing, and sequencing environment.
To celebrate this marriage of Record and Reason, Propellerhead will be offering Reason 6 for sale at the price of your choice between the 20th of September and the 31st of October to anyone who already owns older versions of both products.
The offer applies to any legitimate version of the software, so even if you're running Record 1 and Reason 4, you can still get the whole bundle for any price you choose. Obviously, if you feel that Propellerhead's quality software is worth more than one measly Euro, you're welcome to pay what you think it's worth and what you can afford.
"Every time Propellerhead make an update, this triggers an interesting and healthy pricing discussion among our customers," says Propellerhead CEO Ernst Nathorst-Böös. “So, this time were turning the tables and leaving the decision to the musicians themselves. We have built what we think is a really valuable update, including, among other things, three super high-quality effect devices that alone are well worth our regular upgrade price, but that's just what we think. The decision is now yours."
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