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Quadelectra releases Mercury arpeggiator for Reason

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Quadelectra has launched Mercury, an arpeggiator Rack Extension for Propellerhead Reason.

Quadelectra Mercury

Mercury is a true 4 voice polyphonic arpeggiator for the Reason Rack. Nevertheless, it features functionality than exceeds those of a typical arpeggiator.

Mercury incorporates a set of functions, to allow musicians to work more efficiently with chord designing and sequencing. Just hit a chord and let Mercury do it’s magic!!!

Mercury can be used either in your songs, or for live performances where you want a fast and elegant way to play chord sequences and progressions.

Mercury features

  • Polyphonic Arpeggiator: Fully featured apreggiator with Range, Pitch/Transpose, Gate and Shuffle (controls similar to those of RPG-8).
  • Chord Matrix: A very intuitive way to “design” chords, chord variations and custom apreggiations.
  • Scale Conforming: Conform all played notes to a specific key or scale.
  • Auto-Chord: A Yamaha style Auto chord function, for playing chords easy.
  • Latch Mode: Press a chord momentarily and Mercury will keep playing until you hit the same chord again.
  • CV Friendly: Apply custom tweaks to the chord sequencer for up to 4 different parameters. Each one will be exported simoultaneously to all target instruments.
  • Other Features: … such as dedicated section for velocity handling, the ability to run through the chord matrix sequencer steps using external CV and more…

Mercury for Reason is available to purchase for 32 EUR.

More information: Quadelectra / Mercury

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Jiggery-Pokery releases Chenille BBD Chorus Ensemble for Reason

Jiggery Pokery Chenille

Jiggery-Pokery has launched Chenille, a bucket-brigade delay chorus ensemble Rack Extension effect for Reason.

Chenille BBD Chorus Ensemble is the ultimate studio-quality vintage chorus device for Reason. It invokes the classic, non-sweeping sounds of the analogue Bucket Brigade Device (BBD) circuits.

Chenille offers a wealth of deep, rich ensemble effects. With an original and exclusive algorithmic implementation it emulates the classic BBD string ensemble and chorus circuits of the 1970s and 80s, including those found in many classic products, including the CE-1 pedal and Dimension D rack unit, the 310U ensemble, and the Synthex and Juno synthesizers. This modular chorus system finally gives you the long sought-after subtle, movement-free chorus and gentle audio enrichment.

Whether you are a guitarist or vocalist, or like your synths sounding big, Chenille BBD Chorus Ensemble provides the recipe to the producers’ secret sauce, the classic effect that’s behind forty years of hit records.

Chenille for Reason is available to purchase for 49 EUR.

More information: Jiggery-Pokery / Chenille

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DLD Technology releases Snakebite synth for Reason

DLD Technology has launched Snakebite, a mono-synthesizer Rack Extension instrument for Propellerhead Reason.

DLD Snakebite

Snakebite is a hybrid digital analog synthesizer which is designed to make sounds that aren’t possible using traditional virtual analog (VA) synth design.

Snakebite features

  • Triple oscillator with variable shape and morph controls.
  • 18db highly resonant low pass filter.
  • Venom control for filter overdrive.
  • Pre-filter bitcrush for extra harmonics.
  • Bucket Brigade Device (BBD) delay.
  • Binaural sub audio bass (8-15Hz).
  • Flexible matrix LFO / CV routing.
  • Low DSP usage.
  • Glowing snake eyes(!)

Snakebite is available to purchase for 25 EUR.

More information: DLD Technology / Snakebite

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iox AudioWare releases Titan Maximizer for Reason

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iox AudioWare Titan 410X

iox AudioWare has released Titan 410X, a non-destructive loudness maximizer Rack Extension for Propellerhead Reason.

Titan is designed to sculpt your music to maximum levels, fullness, and clarity without pumping artifacts or loss of transients. It uses a non-destructive two stage gain and “contour” control to achieve high average loudness while enhancing or maintaining low level details.

Although originally designed as a master bus effect, Titan can be used as an insert on individual tracks with very low latency. The output stage consists of a brickwall limiter with adjustable soft clip to “soften” clipped signal levels. Monitoring peak and average signal levels is critical in the mastering stage which is why an alphanumerical meter display is provided for quick and easy checks of the input or output levels.

Titan 410X Precision Maximizer features

  • Processing utilizes 64 bit floating point.
  • Alphanumerical display for easy monitoring of signal levels even in bypass mode.
  • Low latency, which makes syncing real-time audio and MIDI possible.
  • Pre-process “over” 0dB indicator LEDs to detect a “hot” input signal.
  • Adjustable soft-clip algorithm to reduce harsh signal.

The Rack Extension is available to purchase for 55 EUR.

More information: iox AudioWare

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Propellerhead offers free Korg synths with Reason 7

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Propellerhead Reason 7 Special Offer

Propellerhead Software has announced a limited time Reason 7 Special Offer, offering two Korg synthesizer instruments with a purchase of the Reason 7 music production software for Windows and Mac.

Korg Polysix and Korg Mono/Poly are two of the most popular Rack Extension instruments, now you can get them for free with your Reason 7 purchase (full version or Student/Teacher).

Purchase Reason before February 28th 2014 and register online to get your free download of the Korg instruments—software versions of these iconic analog synths from the 80s, with the same sounds and same hands on interface as the originals.

Reason 7 is available to purchase for 369 EUR.

More information: Propellerhead

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McDSP releases Compressor Collection Rack Extensions

McDSP has launched the Compressor Collection, a bundle of dynamic range processors for Reason, including the C670, FRG-4RE, and Moo Tube compressors.

McDSP Compressor Collection

Reason users rejoice! Now you can harness the legendary power of McDSP audio software within Reason as a Rack Extension!

Choose from 3 uniquely and meticulously hand-crafted compressors (or just get the entire collection) to add that warmth and presence that your music has been waiting for!

McDSP Compressor Collection features

  • C670 Compressor – The C670 Rack Extension plug-in is a surprisingly flexible compressor in a three knob package. Modeled after vintage equipment valued at over $30,000, the C670 is as classic as they come, in a far more reliable software version complimented by new features not found in the original device.
  • FRG-4RE Compressor – The FRG-4RE Rack Extension plug-in is a feed-forward reactive gain compressor (FRG), referred to by McDSP engineering staff as ‘the frog’. The FRG-4RE’s features include a modern compression topology, separately adjustable attack and release controls, and a wide compression ratio control spread, ranging from nearly 1:1 to 20:1.
  • Moo Tube Compressor – The Moo Tube Rack Extension plug-in is a software emulation of modern tube based hardware compressors. When you want to fatten up your tracks, don’t have a cow. Get some Moo in your music with the Moo Tube compressor.

The Compressor Collection is available to purchase for 99 EUR. The Rack Extensions are also sold separately for 39 EUR each.

More information: McDSP / Compressor Collection

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AudioRealism releases ReDominator for Reason

AudioRealism ReDominator

AudioRealism has released ReDominator, a polyphonic synthesizer Rack Extension for Propellerhead Reason.

ReDominator is an emulation of the classic Alpha Juno 1/2 (JU-1/2), a polyphonic DCO (digitally controlled oscillator) based synth from 1986.

The JU-1/2 became popular in the early 90′s techno and rave scene particularly by the classic Hoover sound (which ReDominator attempts to emulate accurately). But beyond those niche sounds there lays a versatile synthesizer that does bass, pads, leads, organs and a lot of other sounds waiting to be discovered!

ReDominator features

  • Accurate emulation of the Alpha Juno 1/2 including the famous Hoover patch.
  • 14 different low aliasing waveforms including a unique PWM-sawtooth.
  • High quality full range 24dB/octave low-pass filter.
  • Unique 8 parameter envelope generator which enable much more complicated and expressive sounds than a standard ADSR.
  • External audio input to the filter.
  • 200+ bundled patches (of which many are sysex converted from our own JU-2).
  • External Patch converter (beta) to convert sysex patches from your own Alpha Juno and play them in ReDominator.

ReDominator is available to purchase for 45 EUR.

More information: AudioRealism / ReDominator

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