Harmonizer And Pitch-Shifter Effect For Reason

Propellerhead announces Polar Rack Extension for Reason and Reason Essentials      12/06/12
Harmonizer And Pitch-Shifter Effect For Reason


Propellerhead has announced Polar, a new Rack Extension audio effect to be available at the launch of the next versions of Reason and Reason Essentials later this month.
They tell us that Polar is an old school harmonizer and pitch-shifter effect with a host of modern tricks up its sleeves. Designed for classic harmonizing, stereo widening, and real-time pitch shifting, Polar also invites users to experiment with buffer looping and audio freezing to create otherworldly effects.
A spokesperson told Sonic State, "Consisting of selectable dual pitch-shifters with classic, smooth and looping algorithms, Polar is created for singers, producers, guitarists and remixers looking for transparent pitch-shifting as well as creative ways of turning bland recordings into wide, evolving soundscapes. The built-in LFOs, auto-panning, envelope and buffer lock provide further sound sculpting possibilities, while delay and feedback turns single-note recordings into arpeggios." About Rack Extensions
Rack Extensions is a new technology that opens up the Reason rack, enabling third party developers to create instruments and effects for the award-winning music making software Reason. Announced at Frankfurt Musikmesse in March 2012, Rack Extensions will be included in the next versions of Reason and Reason Essentials to be released late Q2, 2012.
Pricing and Availability:
Polar will be released simultaneously with version 6.5 of Reason and version 1.5 of Reason Essentials Q2 2012, at a price of USD $69/EUR €55. Polar will be available for purchase in the Propellerhead Shop. More information:
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2 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
vinnie    Said...

so much for these "rack extensions" being cheaply priced...

12-Jun-12 12:59 PM


I Don't Like Music    Said...

Agreed. Unless Propellerheads align their pricing with economic reality their app store isn't go to be the goldmine they expect.

13-Jun-12 12:14 PM


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