Pay What You Want For Upgrade To Reason 6

Owners of Propellerhead's Record-Reason Duo get a limited time offer      23/09/11
Propellerhead Software has announced that for limited time owners of its flagship Record–Reason Duo product will be able to purchase the Reason 6 upgrade at whatever price they choose, starting at $1.00 / €1.00.
Ernst Nathorst-Böös, Propellerhead CEO, told Sonic State, "Every time Propellerhead make an update, this triggers an interesting and healthy pricing discussion among our customers. So, this time were turning the tables and leaving the decision to the musicians themselves. We have built what we think is a really valuable update, including, among other things, three super high-quality effect devices that alone are well worth our regular upgrade price, but that's just what we think. The decision is now yours."
The Pay What You Want offer for the Reason 6 upgrade is extended to all registered owners of both Record and Reason (Duo) with a Propellerhead Ignition Key. The promotion starts upon Reason 6's release on September 30 and goes through October 31, 2011. Duo users may purchase the upgrade as a download directly from Propellerhead's online store, paying from €1.00/$1.00 to anything they choose. Owners of Reason who do not own Record can purchase the boxed upgrade for £139. After the promotion has ended, Duo users will be able to upgrade at the regular Reason 6 upgrade price.
New in Reason 6
Combining all the features from Record, Reason version 6 adds audio recording and editing, along with Propellerhead's acclaimed mixing console with masterfully modeled EQ and dynamics on every channel, multiple parallel racks, Line 6 amp models, new effect devices plus additional features. New creative effects designed for inserting directly into instruments and tracks include: Pulveriser, sound crushing effect with crunchy compression, dirty distortion and flexible modulation; The Echo, advanced stereo echo with modern delay and analog tape echo emulation: and Alligator, a three band pattern gate for complex rhythmic texturing. Interface enhancements, high definition audio transpose and true 64-bit compatibility highlight other new feature improvements.
Pricing and Availability:
Reason 6 will be available for purchase on September 30, 2011 at the following suggested retail pricing:
Reason 6 £349 RRP inc VAT / EUR €405 / USD $449
Reason 6 Upgrade (from any Reason version and Reason Essentials) £139 RRP inc VAT / EUR €149 / USD $169
Reason 6 Upgrade from Record-Reason Duo before October 31, 2011 Pay What You Want (starting at €1.00 / $1.00)
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5 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
DC    Said...

I think I'll pay my $1 just to keep reason up to date even though I never use R&R anymore...

23-Sep-11 04:55 AM


freeproppyfanboys    Said...

same as you DC,But im proberbly going to sell the whole lot now,once ibegrudgingly pay them one doller ,

Its proberbly the best time to get shot of reason if your adisgruntled exe propellerhead hardcore user like myself.

23-Sep-11 05:11 AM


panam    Said...

I'll be doing $1 too, but only because after paying for Record and it's upgrade I kinda feel justified (justifying my own cheapness there :)

I think they are still amazing products though, very little touch them when it comes to having a self contained solid sketchpad for ideas. To each their own though

23-Sep-11 08:40 AM


The Guvnor    Said...

I'd pay them a hell lot more if it could host my VSTs instead of just offering what I already have (Reason + Record) plus 3 effects. 64 bit goes without saying.

23-Sep-11 09:00 AM


L56    Said...

PDA: Pretty Damn Awesome. After just having bought reason and record in may, I felt a little cjeated I had to pay again wat others would get for a lot less. I will pay 25 euro for to compensate a bit for you lot! ;) That's 1/4 of the original 99 euro upgrade price well worth it for the super coolest music soft company inda world. (Ableton being my second, Spectrasonics 3rd)

23-Sep-11 12:01 PM


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