Third Party Developers on Reason’s Rack Extensions

Propellerhead Software has posted a video featuring various third party developers who are working on bringing their products to the Reason platform with Rack Extensions.


3rd party devs on Rack Extensions: Rob Papen, Magnus Lindström (Sonic Charge), Dave Spiers (GForce), Kurt Kurasaki & Makoto Kobayasgi (Korg), Angus Hewlett (FXpansion), Rico Baade & Robert Fehse (Sugar Bytes), Niklas Odelholm (Softube), Urs Heckmann (u-he).

Meet some of the developers bringing Rack Extension devices to Reason’s rack! Rack Extensions allow 3rd party developers to bring their expertise, sounds, and inspiring workflow into Reason by merging some of the best elements of typical plugin expandability with the best elements of Reason’s ongoing commitment to stability, efficiency, and musicality.

In this video you’ll get a look at some of the first Rack Extensions to arrive in Reason’s rack, hear direct from the developers themselves and, most importantly, see just how massive this expansion will be for your music.

More information: Propellerhead / Rack Extensions

  • DaveC

    Some rather tasty racks shown in there. Exciting times!

  • http://rekkerd.org Ronnie

    I’m not into Reason, but these Extension Racks will definitely have me take it for another proper spin at some point.

  • Woody Aki

    Interesting and tempting in equal measures – the 3rd. party devs on board constitute pretty much around 60% of what I use. But the final hurdle will always remain…am I bothered to re-invest in (and re-learn) another platform? In 17 years I have gone from Cubase to Acid (and both together) to Ableton Live. Add Bitwig to the future picture, and you can imagine how my head throbs!

    But I’ll still keep an eye on this one…

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