Free Propellerhead Laptop Sleeve

When you buy Reason Record DUO      04/04/11
Free Propellerhead Laptop Sleeve

Propellerhead Software and UK/ROI distributor Sound Technology Ltd have announce a new time limited Reason Record DUO promotion. Buy Propellerhead Reason Record Duo (Standard or Student/Teacher edition) between 1 April 2011 and 31 May 2011 and get a new Propellerhead Laptop Sleeve (15" or 13") absolutely free. Here's the details that they have sent us...
Reason Record Duo combines Reason 5 and Record 1.5 in a single integrated application. With Record added to Reason, the Duo is a powerful complete audio studio solution with Propellerhead's unique workflow and state-of-the-art software technology at its core. Includes the much-lauded Kong Drum Designer, Dr OctoRex, SSL® modelled mixer and Neptune Pitch Adjuster.
Coming in sizes for 13" and 15" laptops, the Propellerhead Laptop Sleeve features a Reason, Record and Propellerhead screenprint on the front, neoprene back and padded inside. Perfect for keeping your music machine safe while carrying to the studio or travelling to a gig.
How does the promotion work? Keep a physical or electronic copy of your receipt, register your software with Propellerhead, then head over to the website listed below to claim your laptop sleeve.
Pricing and Availability:
This offer applies to UK and R.O.I. customers only purchasing a new copy of Propellerhead Reason Record DUO or Reason Record DUO Student/Teacher Edition between 1 April 2011 and 31 May 2011.
Record Reason DUO is available at £300 RRP ex VAT, or £235 ex VAT for the Student / Teacher edition. More information:

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