Reason UK Masterclasses

Propellerhead announce Masterclass tour: Leeds, Newcastle and Edinburgh      20/03/09
Reason UK Masterclasses


Propellerhead and UK distributors Sound Technology are pleased to announce a series of masterclasses in Leeds, Newcastle and Edinburgh on 23rd, 24th and 25th March 2009 respectively.
Featuring artist / keyboard player Simon Grey, these events will showcase the new Reason Premium Edition and ReFill collections. Simon will demonstrate his production workflow in Reason, including a remix hints and tips masterclass, and demonstrate his use of Reason in a live environment.
From the coveted keyboard chair with UK legends Incognito, to internationally acclaimed remixes from Sandy Rivera ( Defected UK ), Reel People and Black Beat Niks, Jamiroquai ( Sony UK ), Lou Reed, Everything but the Girl, Bootsy Collins and Elton John not to mention featuring on hundreds of compilations, Australian producer/keyboard player Simon Grey is fast becoming known as one of the heavy producers of high grade sophisticated soul/house/nu jazz.
Special Offers at Events_For anyone attending with a registered older version of Reason (v1/2/3), a special upgrade to Reason Premium Edition will be offered at just £199 inc VAT. Plus there will be special offers for new purchasers of Premium Edition at the event including a free Propellerhead laptop bag worth £49.
Dates and Venues: For more information and to register (free):


Propellerhead Software Reason 8 - Music Production Software (French, Educational Discount, Student/Teacher)
$299.99


Propellerhead Software Reason 8 - Music Production Software (Educational Discount, 10 Seat)
$1,999.99


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