Archive for the 'Propellerhead' Category

Reason Clinic

Sunday, March 13th, 2005

Saturday afternoon, i headed over to Robotspeak in San Francisco where GW Childs and I presented a Reason 3.0 Clinic. Unfortunately, Robotspeak did not receive copies of Reason 3.0, so in order to give the presentation I had to install a beta test copy. GW and I were pleasantly surprised to see the place fill […]

SF Bay Area Reason Users Group

Sunday, March 13th, 2005

Friday night, a group of Reason users from the SF Bay Area got together to meet up for the first time. The evening was organized by Ed (EditED4TV), and a group of 10 of us met up for dinner in downtown Walnut Creek. It was pretty cool to hang out and talk Reason and finally […]

Reason 3.0

Friday, March 11th, 2005

Reason 3.0 is officially released! After several months since the announcement, it’s finally available. Yes, go order it now! If you already have R3.0, I’ve started adding a few small files for R3 on my reason page.
Definitely check out the Combi patches. A lot of us put a lot of time in on these and […]

The Business of ReBirth

Wednesday, February 23rd, 2005

Some old time Propellerhead Software users might recall a survey conducted on the props site a many months ago. Researchers from the Copenhagen Business School were gathering data on the interaction between users and a company, namely the Propellerheads and the rest of us. They sent me a final draft of the research paper that […]

Props offer PTR!

Friday, May 21st, 2004

Power Tools for Reason:: The book is now available from Propellerhead Software’s webstore. Those who purchase a copy of Reason directly from the company shop will have the option of getting a copy of the book for free as well. However, if you’re completely new to Reason, I highly recommend choosing Reason 2.5 Ignite, and […]

Electromechanical ReFill

Wednesday, May 12th, 2004

Reason:: The New Electro Mechanical Refill from Propellerhead Software is out. This is a sweet selection of Rhodes EPs, Wurly EPs, Clavinet, and Hammond Samples. The samples are fantastic. The 11 velocity layer Rhodes Mark I is really outstanding. It’s a free download for registered Reason 2.5 users at the Prop’s Website.
ReFill:: The first of […]