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Propellerhead are responsible for creating one of the most innovative pieces of music technology software available today - Reason.
Reason is most synonymous with electronic musicians, essentially allowing users to build emulated synthesizers via its incredible algorithms and plug-ins.
From various LFOs, waveforms, effects and more available, Reason offers unbelievable amounts of tweakability, by allowing you to construct virtual synths from scratch. Undergoing various updates and improvements since its inception, Reason is currently on version 10, which was released in early 2018.
History of Propellerhead
Propellerhead was founded in Stockholm, Sweden in 1994. A collaboration between Ernst Nathorst-Böös, Marcus Zetterquist and Peter Jubel, the company’s first innovation and success was its ReCycle programme.
This intuitive sample loop editor could intelligently alter the tempo of a loop without compromising or changing its pitch. A groundbreaking piece of software at the time, ReCycle was launched alongside industry giants Steinberg, who marketed it with their flagship Cubase DAW (digital audio workstation) software.
The success of ReCycle allowed Propellerhead to develop their next software, ReBirth RB-338. A programmable step-based sequencer, this powerful software could emulate legendary Roland units that were used extensively in 80s and 90s electronic music. This included the iconic TR series drum machines as well as bass synths such as the TB-303.
The Propellerhead Range
Released in 2000, Reason is the product that really put Propellerhead on the map. Now a fully-fledged DAW in its own right, Reason can be used to create and edit music, and boasts a range of emulated synths, samplers, sequencers, signal processors and more.
The beauty of Reason is that you can connect all of these virtual units in whichever order or sequence you like, providing an almost limitless amount of sonic possibilities.
Reason 10 is the biggest update that the company has ever unveiled. With a number of new cutting-edge virtual synths, sampled collections and effects on offer, this latest incarnation of the legendary programme is more versatile and diverse than ever before.