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£200 Worth of Free Plug-ins With Reason 8
Reason is one of the most comprehensive digital audio workstations (DAW) and is predominantly used by electronic bands and has helped pave the way for major artists such as The Prodigy. The dance outfit who were able to blend their own unique electronic music with punk elements to create a style that has stood the test of time.
With this comprehensive yet easy-to-use DAW you will now have everything from 80s and monophonic synthesizers, electric pianos and numerous effects to create stutters, bass wobbling effects and glitching – all popular in today’s current music scene.
The official names of the plug-ins are: PX7 FM synthesizer, Radical Keys, Synchronous, Rotor and Blamsoft VK-1 Viking Synthesizer.
Please note, to redeem this offer customers must purchase and register their full version copy of Reason 8 before the offer ends on 30th June 2015.
By Michael Storey
Posted on 5 Jun 2015 16:24 to category : Instruments News
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