What's new in this version:
- Added new FFT library under Windows. This will vastly improve performance of RV7000 in convolution mode, as well as other native devices and Rack Extensions that use FFT.
- Fixed a bug where automated RV7000 convolution parameters could sound different in exported audio compared to playback.
- Fixed a bug where RV7000 convolution settings could give unwanted aliasing artifacts.
- Fixed a bug where the length of the audio recording could sometimes be wrong, if an audio clip was transposed with stretch disabled.
- Fixed a bug where under some specific circumstances, placing a send effect within an insert fx container could cause Reason to crash.
- Added Remote support for Korg taktile and TRITON taktile series.
- The detached rack window can now have a separate browser panel
- Added convolution mode to RV7000 reverb
- Zoom to Selection function for quickly zooming in on selected clips or notes
- Buttons for setting MIDI focus to a device directly from the rack
- The static value for an automated parameter is now adjustable in Arrange Mode
- Added fold button for Info area in browser
- Remote files for Akai MPK Mini added
- Removed outdated splashes shown when copying sound banks from DVD
- Increased horizontal zoom in Edit mode in all template songs
- In Manual Rec mode, Parameter Automation Rec Enables are no longer turned off when you select another track
- The template song chosen in the Setup Wizard should be set in the Preferences
- Mixer scrollbar no longer overlaps the channel strip name labels
- Replaced "Beta Version" dialog on startup with label in splash
- Added tool tip for browse/clear button in Browser side panel
- Audio is now properly clipped to range [-1,1] when dropping to Propellerhead
- Assert Failure When Browsing Nested Folders Using Kong's NN-Nano Sampler Module
- Assert on duplicate many clips
- Authorizer could crash if it tried to start Codemeter service (Mac) and failed
- Assert on drag and drop of REX file to Dr OctoRex
- User statistics failed if Codemeter wasn't installed
- Reason and Authorizer now works with earlier versions of Codemeter (Mac)
- Fixed a problem using network attached storage in Reason
- If Music folder was broken, Reason couldn't start (Unknown exception)
- Corrected text field validation in Drop dialog
- 3rd party RE patch files didn't show proper icons in Reason Essentials
- Having subfolders in the DiagnosticReports folder on Mac could cause Reason to crash
- New Authorizer version included (handles full disk better)
- It wasn't possible to drop an NN19 patch on an NN-XT device in Reason Essentials
- The Windows installer now requires the channel.phat file to be present (avoiding broken auto-update)
- Improved support for folder aliases and symbolic links
- Text parsing when importing MIDI files could cause unknown exceptions
- Reason will now automatically detect if there is a newer version available, and optionally download and install this.
- A typical Reason update (without soundbanks) is now around 100 MB - a tenth of its old size!
- If sound banks (Factory Sound Bank, Orkester and the content bank for ID8) are missing when Reason is launched, the program will now offer to download and install them.
- Sound banks are now located in a global folder, which means new Reason updates can continue using the same sound banks without having them replaced or copied. It also means that different, parallel Reason installations can share the same sound banks.
- Reason and Authorizer no longer includes the Codemeter driver. Reason will run with Internet Verification (or in Demo Mode) without Codemeter. Codemeter can be downloaded separately for new users, should they need to run Reason without internet access.
- When browsing patches, you can now Revert back to the patch that was loaded when you started browsing.
- The color palette for tracks, channels and clips has been extended to 32 colors.
- The remotable items for Redrum have been extended to allow programming of Redrum patterns from a control surface.
- Reinstated key command for Show/Hide Recording Meter: Command-F3 (Mac) or Ctrl-F3 (Windows).
- Reason comes with a version of Authorizer that support Rack Extensions larger than 2GB.
- Help files and documentation are no longer installed with the program, but accessed online.
- Removed 32-bit support. Version 8.2 is a 64-bit application only.
- Added updated Remote files for Livid Instruments.
- Fixed a memory allocation bug in Reason Essentials that could cause glitches under some circumstances.
- Fixed a bug where Authorizer misbehaved if initial installation duties failed.
- Keyboard focus is now returned to the sequencer after the user makes settings in the Transport panel.
- Fixed potential crash bug when scrolling time position during recording.
- Fixed a bug where Reason would assert when adjusting clip length during recording.
- Added version check of sound banks
- Fixed typos on Login Screen (German localization)
- Extended allowed username length in all login/authorization dialogs
- Updated Drop to Propellerhead icon.
- Updated template songs with larger Zoom in Edit Mode + larger screen size
- Fixed a bug where Reason would assert if setting tempo / position to very high values.
- Browse focus would be lost when adjusting any parameter on the browsed device, if it was inside a mixer channel Insert FX container.
- Fixed a bug where Loop on/off wasn’t properly mirrored in both applications when Reason was ReWired.
- Fixed a bug where Reason couldn’t start if there was a broken Rack Extension.
- Fixed a bug where Reason could crash if the user didn’t have proper access rights to some folders.
- Improved track pad scrolling in the sequencer.
- Added "Drop to Propellerhead" and "Open in Reason" features, connecting Reason to the Propellerhead service.
- Reason can now remember the password for internet verification.
- Opening a Propellerhead web page from within Reason should not prompt for login, if the user is already logged in within Reason.
- CodeMeter version 5.20d included.
- Authorizer is now properly signed for Mac OS X 10.10.
- Browser: REX loop preview is now disabled when a running Dr Octo REX has browse focus.
- Fixed a bug where some devices were erroneously available on the Create menu in Remote Override Edit Mode
- Fixed a bug in the stretch algorithm that could cause sound anomalies in audio recordings longer than 5 minutes.
- Fixed a bug where found "missing samples" accidentally became self-contained.
- Fixed a number of bugs relating to self-contained samples and loops.
- Fixed a bug where Reason could create broken document files.
- Fixed a bug where some non-remotable items had the Edit Remote Override Mapping item enabled by mistake.
- Fixed a bug where reating a Radical Piano device in a RAM-heavy song could cause Reason to hang.
- Fixed a bug where the automatic mixer channel color selection didn't work properly.
- Changed the color of the clip borders, to make them more visible.
- Fixed a bug in Arturia remote codecs where sustain pedal didn't work.
- Added some updated and new remote files from Livid Instruments.
- Fixed a bug where dropping an audio file with bad format on an NN-XT could crash the program.
- Fixed a bug where sample devices used more RAM than needed.
- Fixed a bug where patch drag and drop to a device to the left of the Master Section could crash Reason.
- Made a change to the browser scrolling, so that the selected item isn't obscured by the scrollbar when stepping down with the arrow keys/buttons.
- Fixed a number of codebase issues that could cause Reason to crash or behave badly.
- Fixed some spelling and translation issues.
- Brand new, modern interface
- Drag and drop everything, everywhere
- Redesigned smart browser
- New first class guitar and bass amplifiers from Softube
- Fixed a problem where moving cables and rack devices could cause extremely slow rendering on some computers.
- Fixed a bug where previewing certain WAV files in 32-bit floating point format could cause a crash.
- Fixed a bug where arpeggiators in some Rack Extensions would get out of sync with the main Reason sequencer.
- Attempting to download a huge number of Rack Extensions at the same time will no longer cause Authorizer to crash.
- The asterisk indicating subtick lengths and positions is now always shown properly in the Clip Inspector.
- Loading samples without root key info would sometimes cause root key to be set to the lowest possible key. It's now properly set to C3.
- A couple of internal fixes that could cause problems in some cases.
- Added support for Akai MPK 225-261 controllers.
- Added and extended support for several Livid Instruments controllers.
- Support for Custom Displays in Rack Extensions (SDK v.2).
- Rack Extensions built with SDK v.2 will perform math functions faster.
- Improved MIDI Clock Sync, with new settings.
- Reason can now send error reports and usage statistics.
- Shift-dragging devices will now re-route them properly.
- Better indications on audio clips.
- Various ReWire fixes.
- Reason can now import WAV files in 32 bit float format.
- Slices in self-contained REX files can now be used as samples.
- A Spectrum EQ button has been added to the Master Section device in the rack.
- Adjusted BV-512 Dry/Wet behaviour.
- It's now possible to use the Razor tool on open audio clips.
- Split at Slices with a huge amount of slices selected will no longer make Reason freeze.
- Includes new Codemeter version: 5.00b.
- A great number of minor bugs fixed!
- Fixed a bug that could lead to an “Unexpected Exception” message when starting Reason under certain conditions.
- Fixed a bug where the spectrum EQ window did not function properly after sample rate changes.
- Added Remote codec for Novation Launchkey.
- Fixed Rack Extension download time-out problem in Authorizer.
- Fixed a problem in Authorizer where an “Internal Error” dialog could be shown when trying to start a new Rack Extension download if old downloads were still in progress.
- The Reason rack has seen an exponential growth over the last few years with the introduction of unlimited audio recording, studio grade mixing tools, and support for third party instruments and effects. With Reason 7, we continue that expansion to let you take your mixing to the next level, to place Reason at the heart of your studio, and to continue to inspire you in your music making.
- With instruments that are easy to use, infinitely tweakable, and with a sound to fit any style, Reason has always offered a wide array of sonic capabilities. Now we’re adding even more to the mix. Reason 7 comes with MIDI out support to bring the sound of your favorite hardware synths and beat machines to the Reason rack. MIDI is handled by the new External MIDI Instrument device, fully integrated into the Reason environment. Automating MIDI equipment from Reason’s sequencer or even from control voltages in the Reason rack is a breeze to set up.
- With Reason 7 you have more creative control over your audio recordings. Record your instruments and let Reason automatically slice the recording into single notes or hits. Use it to quantize an audio take, to tweak your timing to perfection, or to drastically change the recording by going all creative with Reason’s fantastic time stretch. The sliced up audio can also be converted to REX files for playback and further treatment in Reason’s Dr. Octo Rex Loop Player, Reason's samplers, or the Kong Drum Designer.
- With its studio‑grade mixing console, Reason was already a mix engineer’s dream. Reason 7 adds several new ways to make mixing your songs better and easier. Reason users tend to spend a lot of time exploring and tweaking sounds in the Reason rack, so the most important mixing controls like level and pan are now available in the rack too, always close at hand. This means less jumping about in the program and more focus on your music.
- The new bus channels make it easy to group your tracks, and even group your mixer groups to process them together. Create parallel channels with a single click for separate processing—for quick New York style parallel compression and other tricks used by leading mix engineers today.
- For increased control of your mixes Reason now has a built‑in spectrum analyzer window, giving you instant visual feedback on the selected channel or bus. The new Spectrum EQ window combines a powerful spectrum analyzer with a graphic EQ overlay controlling the mixer’s renowned EQ. Easily adjust the EQ on your tracks from anywhere in the program.
- Users tell us again and again that two of the most important aspects of Reason is that it is fun and inspiring. As a creativity boost, Reason 7 comes with Audiomatic Retro Transformer—a future‑retro effect unit with plenty of personality. Add Audiomatic to any channel or group and select a snapshot to instantly change the sound of your track. More details about the Audiomatic Retro Transformer are coming soon.
- Reason 7 also comes with an expanded sound bank that adds a new and powerful section of hard hitting drums loops: big room house, dubstep, and even metal. It’s all there, ready to be thrown into your tracks. For importing your own sound files into Reason, there is now support for more audio import formats, such as mp3, wma and aac to make it easier to grab loops and recordings from your music library or the web.
- Fixed a Create Menu bug, where sometimes the wrong device would be created.
- Fixed a bug in how the Browser uses the registry under Windows. This could lead to situations where some file types couldn’t be browsed and loaded.
- The Download All function for Rack Extensions could cause the Authorizer to misbehave or fail.
- Authorizer now works properly under Windows 8.
- Reason now works with AMD processors under Windows 8.
- Fixed Combi patch backwards compatibility that was broken in 6.5.0 and 6.5.1.
- Default browse locations now work as in Reason 6.0.2.
- Rack Extensions now respond to sample rate changes in the ReWire host.
- Dropped support for 22,050 Hz sample rate on playback and export.
- Fixed crash bug when exporting song containing a placeholder device.
- Stopping playback now cuts hanging notes in Rack Extension devices.
- Fixed a bug that caused audio glitches in Neptune’s Live Mode.
- Fixed resource/memory leak when browsing in locations with lots of items.
- Fixed a bug in NN-XT when doing Set Root Notes From Pitch Detection.
- Fixed a bug where bounced samples defaulted to 0% Loop.
- Authorizer will no longer request downloading of license data when it’s not necessary.
- Fixed some ReWire bugs.
- Fixed a bug where the Master Section’s Insert FX would be moved when moving a connected device to another position in the rack.
- Fixed some name label bugs in template songs.
- Minor bug fixes.
- Fixed a bug where resetting a Combinator containing more than one selected device caused a crash.
- Fixed performance issues with Alligator on 32-bit Windows.
- Fixed a bug where context clicking on mixer parameters did not work if the rear of the rack was in view.
- Fixed a bug where under specific conditions a Rack Extension could cause a crash.
- Minor Rack Extension hosting fixes.
- The device palette has been redesigned. Devices are categorized differently there and on the Create menu.
- The function previously called “Initialize Patch” is now called “Reset Device”. It works the same, but is now also available for devices without patch support.
- An additional option has been added in the Bounce Mixer Channels dialog: “Copy original channel settings”. This is available when you bounce to new tracks in the song and the “Apply Mixer Settings : None” option is chosen. The new mixer channels can then get the same channel settings as the original - useful for bouncing a CPU-heavy instrument track but keeping full mixing freedom.
- Parameter values are shown with proper units in the Inspector and Combinator programmer (this is only available for devices based on Rack Extension technology).
- The Parameter Automation dialog has been removed. All parameters for a device are instead listed on the Track Parameter Automation menu (above the track list), and grouped in the same way as in the Combinator programmer.
- Slight changes in the browser: The locations to the left have been rearranged, with some options added (including the “Rack Extensions” location). The main view has now a “Kind” column showing device type. Sorting of the browser view is remembered per device. The default order for sorting by the “Modified” date is now newest at the top.
- The “Learn from control surface input” checkbox in the Edit Remote Override Mapping dialog is now activated by default, saving that annoying extra mouse click
- Viewing the sequencer area by pressing F7 would always reset keyboard focus to the track list, with confusing results. Now the keyboard focus setting is properly remembered.
- If you changed settings in the Tool window when there was no open song document, the program could crash.
- The output of the RV-7 "Large Hall" algorithm was in mono.
- Copy command (Copy to clipboard) could cause an "Unknown Exception" error message.
- A few remote codecs (including Behringer BCR/BCF, Korg Kontrol49 and mikroKontrol) were not properly replaced when Reason 6 was installed over an existing Reason 5 installation, which made them stop working under Windows 64. Now they are replaced by the new version at installation.
- If Reason received MIDI Clock while in ReWire mode, the program could crash.
- With some HID devices (e.g. Tablet input devices of certain brands) connected, Reason couldn't launch properly.
- Bounce Mixer Channels would cause Reason to hang if the program was in MIDI Clock Sync mode.
- Using the Speaker tool repeatedly in the audio editor could occasionally make the program hang.
- When the scratch disk became full, Reason 6 could crash.
- Old non-unicode keyboard layouts (Mac only) could cause Reason 32-bit to crash at startup
- On a Mac with a two-monitor setup and the SecondBar tool running, some actions could cause Reason to crash.
- Loading samples, opening and saving songs could take a very long time in some situations.
- General performance has been improved in many areas.
- The Novation Automap Control remotemap has been updated
- Remote support for Teenage Engineering OP-1 has been added.
- Mix in studio grade quality: The fully equipped mixing desk adds a big studio signal chain to all your sound sources. Every audio and instruments track has its own channel strip — the built-in EQ, dynamics and advanced routing will give your music that unmistakable million-dollar console sound. The "radio ready" master bus compressor gives your mixes that extra punch.
- Pulveriser: Pulveriser puts crunchy compression, dirty distortion, a multimode filter and flexible modulation in a single, sound-crunching effect.
- The Echo: The Echo is an advanced stereo echo bringing together the brilliance of modern delays with the organic sounds of analog circuitry and old-school tape machines. The Echo is equal parts pristine stereo delay, sound sculpturing toolbox, and playable performance effect.
- Alligator: Alligator is a three band pattern-based gate effect that turns bland pads into rhythmic textures, radically twists your loops, and tweak boring beats into blockrocking breaks.
- Neptune: New in the Reason rack is the Neptune pitch correction and voice synth device. Neptune turns your performances into pitch-perfect ones in no time. Simply play your new harmonies on your MIDI keyboard for instant backing vocals.
- Audio recording: Capture your ideas with a minimum of mouse clicks and menu actions — version 6 introduces unlimited hard disk tracks and rock solid audio recording in Reason.
- Time stretch & audio transpose: With our now legendary non-destructive time stretch, you can actually record first and pick your tempo later. And with the brand new audio transpose you can even record first and change the key later. Change the tempo of your song, and the audio follows right along. Non-destructively change the pitch with a mouse click.
- Recording meter: The large Recording Meter overlay lets you tune your guitar and set the levels from across the room.
- Line 6 guitar and bass amps: With the virtual guitar and bass PODs from amp and cab simulation experts Line 6, Inc. you are never short of interesting tones and timbres.
- Comp editor: As a perfect performance may be less than perfect from scratch, Reason 6 features our swift and easy to use comp editor. Building the ultimate vocal track is as simple as selecting the parts that work and muting the ones that don't. Exit the comp editor and listen to the results; a perfect take containing only the good parts.
- Expert exporting: Want to move your song over to your DAW? In one single click, Reason will export your separate mixer channels as individual audio stems, with or without effects. Need just the effects? No problem.
- More sounds: The included Factory Sound Bank has been expanded with thousands of new patches and loops for Reason's instruments, and hundreds of patches for the new Pulveriser, The Echo and Alligator effects. Finding your sound has never been easier.
- Synth Bass Drum: From hard knocking kicks to long booming ones, the analog modeling kick drum can do them all.
- Synth Snare: The synth snare drum is based on tone, harmonic and noise. Short and snappy or long and noisy. You decide.
- Synth Hi-Hat: This module has four different hit types that can be spread out across the pads: closed, semi-closed; semi-open or open.
- Synth Tom Tom: If your fondest memories in life include a musical backdrop of those ubiquitous tom tom breaks in 80s ballads, then this module will make your eyes misty. With its range of settings, this module can produce a wide selection of percussion sounds.
- Physical Bass Drum: Built on physical modeling, this module generates organic sounding kicks with flexible settings for tuning, size, beater characteristics and more.
- Physical Snare Drum: This module has four hit types (center, position 1, position 2 and edge) to generate a very natural sounding snare drum. It comes with settings for snare tension, bottom and top pitch and more.
- Physical Tom Tom: This model has settings for size, tuning, stick and more, making it capable of sounding like a wide range of tom tom-like drums.
- Sample player: The NN-Nano is a multi-layered sampler & sample player that lets you build drum sounds by layering samples. You can create layered sounds or use velocity settings to create velocity switching between samples.
- REX player: Nurse REX is an extremely versatile loop player. You can use it to trigger an entire loop from a pad, in sync of course, or use it to play a selected slice only. You can assign one loop across several pads and set the REX player to trigger chunks of slices – still in sync: instant breakbeat bliss!
- Support Generators: The support generators can be added after the drum module in the signal flow. They can add noise or tone to the sound if you need a little extra to get the sound you're after.
- Noise: Adds noise to the sound.
- Tone: Adds tone - from the lowest sub to ear-piercing high notes.
- Effects: Kong comes with a selection of nine effect modules to help you shape your sound. Being Reason, you can of course also route external effects into Kong, or use Kong as an effect module.
- Dr. Octo Rex: The upgraded Dr. Octo Rex loop player loads eight REX loops into one player and lets you switch between them on the fly. This makes arranging a breeze - load the drum loops into one player, the guitars into another and use the sequencer to select what loop to play in a pattern-like fashion.
- Dr. Octo Rex: With eight loops to switch between, the new loop player also comes ready for the experimental minded. Set the player to retrig the loops on the beat, on the bar or on the 16th note. Or program the loops manually like in the original rex player.
- Dr. Octo Rex: For each of the eight loops, the new rex player also comes with an expanded set of per-slice settings. Set pan, pitch, filter frequency and level, reverse slices, use multiple outputs, create alternating groups of slices and much more.
- Live Sampling: Remember the time when samples were something you sampled and not loaded from your hard drive? When a sampler was a machine that could record samples, not just play them back.
- Live Sampling: As samplers became software instead of machines, they came to rely on external sample editing software for recording and editing the samples and the art of spur-of-the-moment creative sampling was pretty much lost. Now we are bringing it back to Reason 5 with its live sampling input.
- Live Sampling: All sample players in Reason are now samplers. Just hook up a sound source to the rack's sampling input and you are ready to start sampling. Use a mic, a turntable, an instrument or the entire Reason mix.
- Live Sampling: Sampling in Reason is simple and straightforward. Hit the sample button and Reason starts sampling. Reason will detect the sample start automatically. You can sample when Reason is running too if you like - no need to stop the music.
- Live Sampling: If needed, bring up the built-in sample editor to set start and end points, loop points and more. This is possible for all loaded samples by the way - not only the ones you have sampled.
- Live Sampling: As always, Reason lets you focus on music making - and sampling in this case. All samples are neatly stored in our song file and accessible in the new samples pane in the tool window. Here you can easily see what samples are loaded into what machine and delete and export samples as you wish.
- Live Sampling: Live sampling together with pitch detection of root key and automatic zone mapping makes it dead easy to sample an instrument and map the samples across the keyboard. This way you'll create your own multi-sampled instruments for NN-XT and NN-19 in an instant.
- Blocks: Many musicians tend to think of music in terms like intro, verse, chorus, breakdown, buildup and so on. With the new Blocks mode in Reason 5 and Record 1.5, your sequencer does too.
- Blocks: Blocks lets you sequence your songs using a more pattern-based approach, with the segments of your song as individual building blocks to be laid out in your arrangement.
- Blocks: Start by creating the discrete parts of your song in blocks mode. When you are ready to start building your song, just switch back to song mode and draw in what blocks should play in the dedicated pattern lane. Use one block for the verse and one for the chorus — or build your song around a single 8-bar loop.
- Blocks: Blocks provide a very fast way of creating a musical structure for your song. But the options don't end there. With the basic arrangement laid out, you can see the contents of the blocks and create variations and mute individual parts, or add further musical elements in song mode.
- Blocks: A typical use for Blocks is to create your backing track in blocks and then use the song mode sequencer to record vocals or instrumental performances. For music based around a single looped section, one repeated block with automation and mutes of individual tracks added in song mode makes arranging a breeze.
- Blocks: You never have to commit to using either mode - you are free to move back and forth between Blocks and Song mode, and any changes you make in your Blocks will instantly be manifested in all instances of that Block. Need some tambourine on that chorus? Add it, and there will be tambourine whenever the chorus block is playing.
- Blocks: Automatic Self-Contain of Samples (incl from ReFills):
- Blocks: Make your songs self-contained by embedding samples and even ReFill sounds in your file. Reason 5's self-contained song format makes collaborating with your friends a breeze. Even breezier than before actually.
- Record Notes on Multiple Tracks: Reason 5 and Record 1.5 lets you use multiple MIDI keyboards, pads, and controllers for playing and recording your instruments. Lock a 16-pad controller to a Kong, and use a keyboard to play your synths. Or use two keyboards on stage for controlling different Reason instruments.
- Scale Clips by Resizing: By pressing the alt or option key, Record 1.5 lets you timestretch individual clips. Now you can stretch loops to match your song's tempo, or expand samples to eight times the length for completely new sounds.
- Mute Tool: The new Mute tool lets you click to mute and unmute clips. Use it to mute sections, or create variations in your Blocks.
- Set and move loop functions: Select a clip and press L to immediately set the loop points to the selection. Use the new Remote parameters for real-time control of the loop points from your MIDI controller.
- Tap Tempo: New in the transport panel is the Tap Tempo button.
- Improved key commands for laptop use: Reason 5 and Record 1.5 works even better on your laptop – or any keyboard missing a numeric pad. The new key commands lets you control play, loop, record and more from your keyboard.
- Hierarchical menus in Combinator programmer: A sound designer favorite, the Combinator's programmer window is now even easier to use with hierarchical menus for fast patching.
- Additional CV inputs on Combinator: The Combinator in Reason 5 is expanded with new CV inputs on the back. The four new CV inputs can be used to control any parameter on the contained devices, providing even more options and possibilities for sound designers.
- Updated Help system (incl Help on Mac): Reason 5 and Record 1.5 comes with a new and better built-in help system, on both Mac and Windows.
- Normalize and reverse audio clips: In Record 1.5 you can normalize and reverse your recorded audio clips.
- Bounce clip to sample: When using Reason & Record, you can now bounce audio recordings to samples, so you can use them in Reason devices such as Kong, Redrum, NN-XT and NN-19.
- Record automation on multiple tracks.
- Copy automation between lanes and tracks in the sequencer.
- New and improved Mute and Solo features in sequencer.
- Faster loading of samples. Sample playing devices now load five times faster.
- Improved sample playback timing and quality.
- The Combinator - a sophisticated device that allows you to build elaborate chains of Reason units - instruments, effects, pattern sequencers, you name it - and save as Combi patches.
- The McClass Mastering Suite
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