Amptweaker DepthFinder EQ pedal allows you to easily add the tone of power amp-style resonance and presence

The Amptweaker DepthFinderTM EQ pedal allows you to easily add the tone of power amp-style Resonance and Presence controls in your amp’s effects loop, or on your pedalboard. After modding many pedals to add these knobs, Amptweaker has created a stand alone 2 knob pedal that makes it easy to get the tone of a tube amp’s low damping factor….even in a solid state amp…..and quickly get to the bottom of your tone!

The frequency range, resonant frequency, and boost of each control was matched to the controls on a block-letter 5150 head, into a Vintage 30 cabinet, to provide the gut-punching thump and sizzly cut that those amps are known for…..now that’s available for any rig. There’s even a trimpot inside to tweak the level.

An obvious use for the DepthFinder is to patch it into the effects loops on any Amptweaker drive pedal, giving you even more control for extending the bandwidth of your tone, and it can even be used in the SideTrak loop to provide a deeper lowend and top end clarity to your clean tone.

As with most Amptweaker products, the DepthFinder runs on 9V to 18V adapters(no batteries fit this tiny pedal) for the maximum clean headroom and dynamics.

www.Amptweaker.com

Dave Smith Instruments officially becomes Sequential

In a move auspiciously timed to coincide with the 40th anniversary of his legendary Prophet-5 poly synth, Dave Smith today announced that Dave Smith Instruments will rebrand itself as “Sequential” — reclaiming the mantle of Smith’s original, ground-breaking company. Going forward, all products and services will bear the Sequential® brand.

Company founder Dave Smith explained the decision: “It seems incredible, but this month marks the 40th anniversary of the Prophet-5. That’s a huge milestone. And it felt like the right time for us to completely restore the Sequential brand and bring our journey as a company full circle. The name change also reflects the fact that our instruments are the result of a team effort. It’s not just me, it’s the entire company.”

Founded by Smith in 1974 as “Sequential Circuits,” the original incarnation of the company quickly established itself as a major innovator in the then-nascent field of electronic instruments. In 1978, Sequential Circuits’ flagship keyboard, the Prophet-5, took the music world by storm as the world’s first fully-programmable polyphonic synthesizer—and the first musical instrument with an embedded microprocessor.

Numerous other ground-breaking products soon followed, including the hugely popular Pro-One monosynth, the Prophet 600 (the world’s first MIDI-equipped instrument), the Six Trak (the first multi-timbral synthesizer), and the Prophet VS (the first instrument to feature digital vector synthesis). Sequential Circuits ceased operations in 1987 and the company’s name (shortened to “Sequential” in the mid-1980s) and assets were acquired by Yamaha. Smith went on to consult for Yamaha and Korg, developing the Wavestation and other innovations.

In 2002, Smith established Dave Smith Instruments to concentrate on solo hardware designs and released the Evolver hybrid analog/digital synthesizer. The DSI product lineup steadily grew to include the Prophet ’08, Mopho, Tetra, Tempest drum machine, Prophet 12, Pro 2, Prophet-6, OB-6, Prophet Rev2, and the Prophet X.

In 2015, with the encouragement of Roland’s Founder, Ikutaro Kakehashi, Yamaha returned the Sequential name to Smith in a gesture of goodwill. “Once Kakehashi-san and Yamaha enabled us to re-acquire the Sequential name, I knew we’d fully adopt it again when the time was right. That time has arrived,” said Smith. “The best part is that we have the same sense of excitement and enthusiasm for making the world a more creative place as we did 40 years ago. Sequential is back, better than ever.”

About Sequential

Originally launched in 2002 as Dave Smith Instruments, Sequential is helmed by legendary musical instrument designer and Grammy® award winner Dave Smith. Dave’s many accomplishments include the creation of the Prophet-5 — the world’s first fully programmable polyphonic synthesizer—and his legacy as the primary driving force behind MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface).

The company’s products are used by an ever-growing roster of well-known musicians and are available from music retailers worldwide. Instruments include the Prophet-6, OB-6, Prophet Rev2, Prophet X, and the Tempest analog drum machine. Sequential is based in San Francisco, where its instruments are also manufactured. For more information, visit www.sequential.com.

SampleScience releases RX-17 HD

SampleScience announces the release of RX-17 HD, a free high definition sample pack featuring the sound of the Yamaha RX-17 drum machine. Released in 1987, the RX-17 is an obscure drum machine made by Yamaha that combines a standard drum kit with a Latin sound set. The pack contains all the 26 sounds of the original machine and were sampled in 32-bit 44.1khz wav files. Also available in the pack are 24-bit and 16-bit wav version of the samples.

Download the samples on SampleScience’s website:

https://www.samplescience.ca/2018/08/samplescience-rx-17-hd.html

Prism Sound enhances the SADiE user experience with a new SADiE 6 software upgrade

Prism Sound has announced an upgrade to its popular SADiE 6.1 software to introduce a number of enhancements and bug fixes that make the SADiE user experience even more seamless and enjoyable.

The launch of SADiE V6.1.13 software marks another step in the evolution of this high-quality audio recording and production system that allows a choice between proprietary audio I/O and DSP processing, or standard soundcard I/O and DSP functions running on the host computer.

Available as a 64-bit version of SADiE 6 for native operation and also for the SADiE BB2 Radio Editor system and LRX2 Flexible Location Recorder, SADiE V6.1.13 delivers an update to the system’s core so that they are fully compatible with Window 10.

“The new software adds a number of advantages in terms of expanded functionality and much improved latency figures, especially when SADiE systems are running in ASIO mode,” says SADiE Product Specialist Steve Penn. “With this version, both fully featured SADiE 6 software and SADiE’s simple intuitive MTR standalone recording software can support 254 channels In and Out over ASIO. We have also ensured that Sound Suite versions of SADiE 6 can support ASIO Direct Monitoring when used with ASIO devices that have this facility, such as Prism Sound’s award-wining Titan, Lyra and Atlas audio interfaces, RME units and cards with Total mix.”

The Mastering Suite and Sound Suite versions of SADiE V6.1.13 also offer WAV Master, ASIO Direct Monitoring and native support for timecode. ASIO Direct Monitoring is available in the Sound Suite version, while native LTC support is offered in the Mastering, Post and Sound Suite versions.

Other smaller feature updates include support for playback and recording to RF64 format and 64bit support for the Cedar Retouch, Declick, Decrackle, Dethump plug-ins.

The new software is available as a free download to any existing SADiE 6 users from the Prism Sound/SADiE website. For access, please follow this link:  http://www.sadie.com

About Prism Sound

Founded in 1987, Prism Sound manufacture high-quality professional digital audio equipment for the International broadcast, film, music production, manufacturing and telecommunications sectors. The company’s product range includes the Prism ADA-8XR precision 8-channel converter unit, which is regularly used for music and film soundtrack projects by clients such as EMI Abbey Road, BBC, Sony, Lucasfilm and Walt Disney. Prism Sound also manufactures a range of audio test and measurement products, including the de facto dScope Series III audio analyser system.

For more information: www.prismsound.com

IK Multimedia releases UNO Synth Editor on Mac/PC/iOS

IK Multimedia has released a dedicated software editor for its first hardware synth, the true analog UNO Synth. Designed to offer deep control, the editor provides easy access to all parameters and provides advanced music making capabilities beyond the UNO Synth’s compact front panel, with convenient support for Mac/PC and iOS devices.

Beyond traditional software editors, the UNO Synth editor offers the ability to function both as a standalone application (Mac/PC/iOS) and an integrated DAW plug-in with total recall (Mac/PC), for use in the studio, live performance or on-the-go music creation. It provides seamless integration and control of every parameter, and allows for easy customization of presets and for preference editing.

Analog and digital studios meet

The editor can be used as a software plug-in (Mac/PC) for all major DAWs including Ableton Live, GarageBand, Logic, Pro Tools, Cubase, Studio One, Reaper and more, for seamlessly creating, storing and recalling settings in a session.

For iOS* mobile musicians, the editor is also available as a free download for both iPhone and iPad, with full support for the new iPhone X. The UNO Synth Editor app offers all the same great control as the Mac/PC version.

*A lightning to USB adapter is required; iPhone/iPad operation requires battery power.

Virtual control with realtime response

For more precise control, the editor incorporates a full-size GUI that maintains the same look and feel as the UNO Synth hardware panel, while offering deeper programming settings and new sound sculpting options. Users can easily access functions on an intuitive virtual panel that offers even more ways to shape their sound.

For extreme flexibility, UNO Synth responds to parameter changes from the editor in real-time, while the editor can track changes made on the UNO Synth’s front panel. All edits can also be saved directly into the UNO Synth, for instant recall.

The editor can also be used to change the operation of the Uno Synth’s front panel knobs to suit different users’ hands-on preferences. Three modes can be selected – Absolute, Relative and Pass-Through – to determine how the knobs behave when moving between different parameters, based on the user’s preferred style of operation.

Create amazing sounds

The editor’s Synth panel includes virtual knobs that allow users to easily tweak and edit synthesis parameters such as the oscillators and envelopes, fine tune additional control parameters, animate performance effects and much more. In addition, a full 88-note virtual keyboard is included, as well as virtual pitch and modulation wheels.

Specific Synth Panel sections include:

Oscillators and envelopes – this section lets users modulate waveform shapes for each oscillator via LFO or the filter envelope. Pulse width (Classic PWM) can also be modulated in the same way. In addition, full ADSR access is provided for both the filter and the amplitude envelopes for creating sweeps, punchy basslines, and more.

Amount knobs – users can control UNO Synth’s five performance effects, by setting the speed of the DIVE and SCOOP pitch effects and setting the depth of the VIBRATO WAH and TREMOLO, adding instant and deeper animation. For even more precise control, additional Amount knobs are provided for ModWheel, Velocity, Delay Mix and Time, Pitch Bend and Glide.

Make your preferences known

The editor software is also useful for setting preferences. A dedicated menu allows an array of options to be set, ranging from MIDI routing to knob behavior selection. Users can adjust all MIDI settings including In and Out channels, Sync, Overflow and Soft Thru.

Connect your rig

UNO Synth can be configured for convenient integration in an existing rig. Users can map MIDI routings to freely assign communication across both the MIDI DIN ports and USB ports. Outboard gear and virtual apps can be instantly connected, enabling UNO Synth to be used as both a MIDI interface and MIDI controller.

Set and save

Presets stored on the UNO Synth, a Mac/PC, or an iPhone/iPad can be loaded into the editor for further refining. Edits can be saved directly in the editor, or loaded back into the UNO Synth, computer or iPhone/iPad. When used with a DAW, the UNO Synth editor will also recall settings from the previous session.

About UNO Synth

Designed for everyone interested in rich, true analog sound, the affordable, monophonic UNO Synth offers massive sound, a wide sound palette, and easy programmability in an ultra-portable, battery-powered format for on-the-go music creation, live performance or studio recording.

UNO Synth packs a powerful synth engine with professional sound and a full analog audio path on par with more expensive synthesizers. It includes two independent oscillators; a 2-pole OTA-based, analog, resonant, sweepable multimode filter; seven LFO waveforms, and much more.

It delivers everything from classic to modern sounds to create music in any genre. First-time synth users get instant gratification from this easy-to-use instrument. With 100 presets, an easy-to-play capacitive-sensing keyboard with selectable scales and an arpeggiator, UNO Synth is a perfect gateway into the synthesizer world. Experienced pros will also love its rich sound and easy portability.

Made in Italy, UNO Synth’s ultra-compact dimensions make it among the smallest monophonic synths available. Its light weight (only 400g) and battery power (4xAA included) or USB power-supply (for battery power banks) give musicians the freedom to make music anywhere.

How to obtain

The UNO Synth editor is available as a free download for everyone (requires firmware 1.1.1 or above). For more information and to download the editor, please visit: www.unosynth.com/editor

To see more of the editor and to watch the UNO Synth tutorial series, visit: www.unosynth.com/video

For more information about UNO Synth, please visit: www.unosynth.com

EarthQuaker Devices releases Aqueduct Vibrato

Aqueduct uses a short delay line with eight modulation modes to deliver gentle amp-like rolling pitch-wobbles, steady kosmiche pulsations, rapid trills, slimy sonic squiggles, whammy bar wiggles, pitch bends, and anything else your pitch-warped brain can picture in your murky mind’s eye.

With eight modulation modes to choose, Aqueduct offers a variety of pitch-shifting vibrato tones adaptable to nearly any musical situation. Sine, Triangle, Ramp, and Square modes provide tried-and-true pitch modulation for players wanting to add subtle and organic textures to their music. Random mode introduces a “warped record” effect at low settings and rolls the dice on an unpredictable assortment of greasy pitch-bends as the Depth is increased. For players on the hunt for a dynamic and touch-sensitive Vibrato experience, Aqueduct’s Envelope modes allow for interactive control over the Depth, Rate, and pitch of the vibrato by simply playing harder or softer.

Envelope-Controlled Pitch mode (Env P) is equipped with a wet/dry blend expanding the tonal possibilities beyond vibrato to include chorus, psuedo-flanger, and tactile tremolo bar-like pitch bends. We’ve lovingly nicknamed it “the My Bloody Valentine setting.”

Aqueduct’s intuitive control set make it easy for pedal novices and tap-dancing pedalheads alike to dial in swampy vintage-inspired vibrato, synthesizer-like sonar pulses, touch-sensitive pitch modulation, and more. Rate adjusts the LFO speed which controls how quickly the pitch rises and falls. Depth controls the LFO amplitude, adjusting the intensity of the vibrato effect. The rotary switch labeled Mode selects between one of eight LFO waveshape and envelope combinations which drastically alter the character of the modulation.

It is also the latest pedal to feature EarthQuaker Devices proprietary Flexi-Switch™ feature which allows users to select between momentary and traditional latching-style switching in the moment and on the fly. For standard latching operation, tap the footswitch once to activate the effect and then tap again to bypass. For momentary operation, hold the footswitch down for as long as you’d like to use the effect. Once you release the switch the effect will be bypassed.

Aqueduct Vibrato will be available at EarthQuaker Devices dealers worldwide on August 29, 2018.

  • True pitch-shifting vibrato
  • Easily conjure swampy vintage-inspired vibrato, synth-like sonar pulses, touch-sensitive pitch modulation, chorus, flanger, and tactile tremolo bar-like pitch bends from a single pedal!
  • Eight modulation modes
    • Sine: The smoothest and most subtle of all waveforms, sine waves are most commonly associated with classic amp-like vibrato.
    • Triangle: Triangle waves have a sharper rise and fall than sine waves with a more pronounced pitch bend at the peak of each LFO cycle.
    • Ramp: Like a triangle wave with a twist. The Ramp waveform has a sharp sonar pulse followed by a rapid downward slope with a synthesizer-like sustain and release.
    • Square: Square waves are the most rigid and abrupt of the waveforms. Rather than gliding smoothly between pitches, square waves produce an instant on-or-off transition between notes.
    • Random: introduces a “warped record” effect at low settings and rolls the dice on an unpredictable assortment of greasy pitch-bends as the Depth is increased
    • Env D: Envelope-Controlled Depth mode. The waveshape is set to a sine wave, the speed of which may be adjusted using the Rate control. The Depth control sets the sensitivity of the envelope – the point at which the effect kicks in as you play. In this mode, your pick attack sets the intensity of the modulation. The harder you dig in, the more pronounced the effect.
    • Env R: This is Envelope-Controlled Rate mode. In this mode, the input level (i.e. pick attack) controls the LFO rate. Play harder for faster modulation or lay low for slower modulation speeds. The Rate control adjusts the sensitivity of the envelope. Depth selects the LFO intensity.
    • Env P: This is Envelope-Controlled Pitch mode, which we’ve lovingly nicknamed “The My Bloody Valentine setting.” If your instrument doesn’t have a tremolo bar, it does now. In this mode, the frequency modulation is controlled by the dynamics of your pick attack and not the LFO.
  • Flexi-Switch™ allows for momentary and traditional latching-style switching
  • True Bypass
  • Silent relay-based switching
  • All-analog dry signal path
  • All-digital wet signal path
  • Lifetime guarantee
  • Current Draw: 68mA
  • Input Impedance: 1M Ohm
  • Output Impedance: <10K Ohm
  • USA MAP / Suggested Retail: $199 USD
  • Boxed Dimensions: 5.5” x 3.25” x 3.25”
  • Out-of-box Dimensions: 4.75″ x 2.50″ x 2.25″
  • Each and every Aqueduct is constructed with human hands in Akron, Ohio, USA.

https://www.earthquakerdevices.com/

Boss announces VE-500 Vocal Performer pedal

Boss Vocal Performer

BOSS announces the VE-500 Vocal Performer, a unique and powerful vocal harmony/multi-effects processor pedal. The VE-500 is a high-performance vocal toolkit with automatic harmony/pitch correction, a vocoder, and deep effects options that allow users to process their voice any way they like, from subtle sweetening to the dramatic, over-the-top effects heard on many modern records. It’s the perfect addition to the pedalboard of any singing guitarist, providing top-flight vocal processing right alongside standard guitar effects pedals.

The VE-500’s streamlined stompbox configuration makes it simple to integrate with any pedalboard setup. Plugging a guitar into the instrument input drives the harmony, pitch, and vocoder functions, while the Thru output provides an unprocessed signal to feed regular pedals. Three assignable footswitches offer versatile real-time performance control, and stereo XLR outputs enable processed vocal sounds to be sent directly to a PA mixer, stage monitor, or recording device.

VE-500 Vocal Performer

Powered by advanced BOSS processing, the VE-500’s automatic harmony engine detects the chords and key played with a guitar to generate smooth and natural two- and three-part harmonies in real time as the user sings. Selectable harmony modes provide further options for refining the harmonies to suit songs that have more complex key structures. The harmony engine can alternately be driven via MIDI (through either the VE-500’s MIDI or USB inputs), enabling users to generate pitch-perfect live harmonies with a MIDI keyboard or DAW-based backing tracks.

Boss Vocal Performer

The VE-500’s creative and inspiring vocoder function is derived from BOSS’s innovative VO-1 Vocoder pedal. By vocalizing into the connected mic as they play, users can instantly transform their guitar’s tone with synthesized electronic voices. It’s also possible to replicate traditional talk box sounds, providing access to classic “talking lead guitar” tones without having to use a talk box rig and mouth tube.

Inside the VE-500 are wide-ranging effects for crafting nearly any vocal sound imaginable. Included are compressor, EQ, and de-esser tools for shaping the core vocal tone, plus world-class reverb, delay, and modulation sounds and specialty effects like distortion, filtering, and many others. Up to nine effect sections can be used simultaneously, and highly flexible routing options are available for processing live and harmonized vocals together or separately. A dedicated looper is accessible as well for looping vocal sounds.

The VE-500 also features a dedicated pitch correction section, which is driven via guitar or MIDI just like the harmony function. It can be used for transparent pitch stabilization or replicating heavily effected sounds heard on modern hits, including hard pitch correction, electronic tonalities, and even robot-voice sounds.

With the VE-500’s large display and panel knobs/buttons, it’s simple for users to edit sounds and save them in 99 user patch locations for instant recall while performing. Editor/librarian software is also available for tweaking and organizing sounds from a Mac or Windows computer via USB.

To learn more about the VE-500 Vocal Performer, visit Boss.info.

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BOSS VE-500 Vocal Performer

Rear panel of BOSS VE-500 Vocal Performer

About BOSS

BOSS, a division of Roland Corporation, has achieved legendary status among guitarists by offering a diverse, world-leading product lineup that includes amps, compact effects processors, multi-effects processors, digital recorders, rhythm machines, metronomes, tuners, vocal products, and more. For more information, visit Boss.info.

Tascam unveils Model 24 digital multitrack recorder

An excellent choice for studio and live applications, TASCAM’s versatile new Model 24 digital multitrack recorder offers 24 tracks of 24-bit, 48 kHz audio capture (22 channels and a stereo main mix) and 22 playback tracks via either USB 2.0 or to the unit’s onboard SD Card recorder. The SD Card recorder offers quick, easy one-touch recording and includes transport controls, auto and manual punch in/out, and overdub capability. With color-coded knobs, faux-wood sides, and a retro design, the Model 24 is reminiscent of vintage TASCAM products but it’s based on the company’s industry-leading digital Portastudio technology, as evidenced by its LCD screen and digital recording and Bluetooth® input features.

Mixdown is easy thanks to a built-in 22-channel mixer with 100 mm long-throw faders-a feature rarely found in this price class. The two monitor returns, subgroup bus, and stereo main bus also are equipped with dedicated 100 mm faders. The Model 24 offers 12 mono channels, each with XLR mic and ¼-inch line inputs; ¼-inch channel inputs 1 and 2 can be switched between line and instrument level, enabling plugging in a guitar or bass, and feature a ¼-inch TRS insert point. You also get 4 stereo channels with mono XLR mic and left and right ¼-inch line inputs. All 16 microphone inputs sport a preamp gain control and an overload (clip) indicator for the channel’s premium TASCAM microphone preamp. Each of the first 20 channels includes Mute and PFL solo.

Tascam Model 24

An additional stereo channel (21/22) is equipped with unbalanced RCA, unbalanced stereo minijack, and wireless Bluetooth connectivity and offers Mute and Pairing buttons. This enables streaming audio from a laptop or mobile device. Stereo channel 21/22 has also been optimized to feed the Monitor 1 and Monitor 2 buses via rotary auxiliary send controls.

A Routing Mode selector enables each channel to be independently set to accept live input, the return from the USB bus, or the return from the SD Card recorder. This enables you to overdub in the studio and to fly in backing tracks for live performance. Multi-segment LED meters monitor the stereo main bus output levels. Outputs include stereo XLR and ¼-inch main outputs, two ¼-inch monitor sends, an effects send, stereo control room outputs, and a stereo ¼-inch headphone monitor output.

The Model 24 provides plenty of signal processing to perfect your sound. Each of the 12 mono channels include a simple one-knob compressor, a low cut filter, and 3-band semi-parametric EQ with sweepable midrange. The compressor and low cut filter are pre-Routing Mode selector so they can be applied to any recording track. The stereo channels include a low-cut filter and 3-band fixed EQ. A stereo 7-band graphic EQ with easy-control toggle buttons and instant bypass can be applied to the main mix or monitor outputs, enabling you to shape your mixes and prevent monitor feedback. An onboard stereo multi-effects processor lets you apply 16 preset effects, including reverb, delay, chorus, and flanging.

With its choice of multitrack recording methods, onboard processing, variety of inputs, and flexible mixing and routing options, the TASCAM Model 24 digital multitrack recorder is a great choice for project studios and for live recording and mixing. The Model 24 is expected to be available in the fourth quarter of 2018. For more information, please visit https://tascam.com.

About TASCAM

TASCAM is the professional audio division of TEAC Corporation and produces the most comprehensive line of audio recorders, mixers and related equipment in the professional audio industry. TASCAM has offices in the U.S., Germany, Japan, Mexico and Latin America.

TASCAM
1834 Gage Road
Montebello, CA 90640
Tel: 323-726-0303
www.tascam.com

Propellerhead facilitates music making everywhere with Reason Compact mobile app

Propellerhead Software today released the free Reason Compact mobile app for iOS. Reason Compact puts Reason’s flagship Europa synthesizer right at your fingertips so you can quickly capture your creativity whenever inspiration strikes. Get started quickly and easily with innovative features like the smart keyboard, note grid and Chords tools, then expand when you’re ready. You can even export your ideas and finalize them on your desktop with Reason 10 or Europa VST.

“Making music on your phone has always required musicians to have either great skill or make compromises in sound, features, or flexibility—until now,” said Hanna Åstrand, Product Manager at Propellerhead. “With Reason Compact you have everything you need to get started making music right on your phone. Start with an inspiring preset, lay down a melody with the smart keyboard, and touch up your performance with the note grid. It’s that easy—with Reason Compact you can make music everywhere.”

Reason Compact features intuitive controls and informative tutorials to help you create amazing synth sounds in seconds. Reason Compact is loaded with over 35 presets made by world-class music producers for instant inspiration. Capable of creating professional-sounding melodies, lush chords, and bouncing arpeggios with the touch of a button, Reason Compact is the ultimate tool for making music on the go.

Create unique synth patches with 16 different types of waveforms, then morph and transform your sound with the Shape controls. Add depth and texture to your tracks using built-in effects like reverb, delay and Unison effects. Export MIDI sequences, instrument patches and song files to your desktop and finalize your ideas with Reason 10 or the Europa VST plug-in.

Reason Compact is tailor-made for collaboration, offering support for Inter-app Audio, Ableton Link and Allihoopa so you can connect with other creatives and share ideas.
Watch the Reason Compact announcement video here.

To learn more about Reason Compact, visit the App Store for further details.

Pricing & Availability
Download Reason Compact – Your Pocket Synth for free now via the App Store.

Propellerhead Reason Compact Mobile App puts a slice of Reason on your phone, so you can quickly get melodies that sound amazing

About Propellerhead Software

Formed in 1994, Propellerhead Software is a privately owned company based in Stockholm, Sweden. Renowned for its musician-centric approach, Propellerhead has created some of the world’s most innovative music software applications, interfaces and technology standards. Musicians, producers and the media have praised Figure, Reason, ReCycle and ReBirth applications for being inspiring, great sounding and of impeccable quality. Technologies such as ReWire and the REX file format are de-facto industry standards, implemented in all major music software. Today, Propellerhead’s products are used all over the world by hundreds of thousands of professionals and enthusiasts for all kinds of music making. http://www.propellerheads.se