iPad Controller App For Reason Updated

Delora rsTouch Pro adds Reason Device Rack editing and more      17/12/13

Buying Choices

Harmony Systems, Inc. has announced the worldwide availability of Delora rsTouch Pro, a major upgrade to their iPad application that provides control surface functionality for Propellerhead Reason on a Mac or PC. rsTouch Pro adds support for Reason Device Rack editing and a new 'perform' mode for sending MIDI to Reason instrument tracks.

rsTouch Pro works with Reason 6.5 or higher or Reason Essentials 1.5 installed on a Mac or Windows PC. It supports either "wired" MIDI connections using an iPad compatible USB MIDI interface, or "wireless" MIDI connections using iOS compatible network MIDI. Reason control surface support files are required and are available free from the Delora website.

Features & Benefits


Control 40+ built-in Reason synthesizer, mixer, effects & utility devices using customized screens optimized for iPad use. Use the new keyboard and drum pad layouts to play Reason synths and drum machines, or to record into a sequencer track.

rsTouch Pro builds upon its existing support of Reason's Mixer and transport functions. Record and mix songs, and make sound setting and level adjustments easily with large, multi-touch, color-coded rotaries and faders.  Edit send effects, insert parameters, and EQ settings, as well as adjust channel, pan and dynamics levels.  A dedicated Master screen allows full adjustments of Reason's Main Mixer Master section.

Pricing and Availability:

rsTouch Pro is available at a special sale price of $9.99 (USD) through December 29 on the iTunes App Store, and is a free upgrade for current rsTouch users.

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