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Reason 7

Posted on 14 March 2013 by MasterDelight

I am a Reason addict so when I found out today that a new version of Reason has just been announced I had to share it here on MGD. Reason 7 comes with a new MIDI out rack to connect external gear into Reason. It also has enhanced recording capabilities and new mixing racks. Check out all the cool new tools at Propellerhead and look below for a video overview

Happy Reasoning!

4-1-13 UPDATE: Reason 7 hits the streets April 30th 2013!

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Tutorial – Propellerhead Reason – Subtractor Basics

Posted on 15 February 2013 by MasterDelight

I’m a huge fan of Reason, ever since I got my hands on it about 7 or 8 years ago I knew this was a music software playground. Fast forward to present day and I am still figuring out all the knobs and cabling that lead to more awesome sounds and better songs. So, when this came in my email box yesterday I couldn’t wait to share it on MGD. Enjoy!

“Product Specialist Mattias Häggström Gerdt is back with another tutorial for you. This time, he returns to synthesizer square one with a look at the most basic but very powerful Subtractor synthesizer. Become a subtractive synthesis sound design powerhouse with this new tutorial from Mattias.”

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Rebirth Revisited

Posted on 08 February 2013 by MasterDelight

Anyone who has been around the digital music environment has invariably came across Rebirth. I came across Rebirth in the late 90s and it completely changed my world. Making music with Rebirth, if you are at all familiar with sequences and digital synths, is a dream. It’s pre-made beats and synth lines get you a feel for what the program can do right off-the-bat. And, it comes with just enough cool equipment to get you creating quickly, but doesn’t bog you down with the “off-the-hinges” capability that you would get with Propellerhead’s Reason. This is a good thing for those who like some structure in their work environments.

Trouble was, Rebirth was discontinued late in 2005.

However, it’s back and now available for the iPad and iPhone. Check the video below for an overview of this classic program now revived for you mobile devices.

And…for you desktop users, the fun doesn’t stop there. You can download a desktop version of the original program by visiting the Rebirth Museum downloads page. Check the user community for instructions on how to get it up and running for your mac or pc.

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