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Free ReFill and happy holidays

Posted Dec. 17, 2019, 8:40 a.m.

With the holidays around the corner, we wanted to do something nice for all you Reason users out there. Few things spark new ideas like some fresh patches, so I rounded up my colleagues and put together over 100 patches for this ReFill—both freshly made and from our personal projects.
 


You’ll find patches for many devices, from Subtractor and ...

Blog

Reason Rack Roundup

Posted Nov. 14, 2019, 3:22 p.m.

Want to hear the Rack in action? Take a listen to that these three producers made when they first got their hands on Reason Rack Plugin.
 

Check out YouTube megastar Andrew Huang's first impressions of Reason Rack Plugin as he boldly sets out to go through his folder of unfinished tracks and make use of the instruments and effects ...

Blog

New Reason 11 close-up videos

Posted Sept. 6, 2019, 9:06 a.m.

Reason 11 is coming in just a few weeks. The new Reason Rack Plugin stole most of the attention around the announcement, but Reason 11 is much more than that. Check our series of short-format videos to learn more about the other goodies in the coming version.

With Sweeper Modulation Effect in Phaser mode, you can easily create rhythmic resonating ...

Artist stories

Artist Feature: Evan Marien

Posted Aug. 21, 2019, 8:47 a.m.

Photo by Eric Silvergold

Evan Marien is a composer/producer/multi-instrumentalist born and raised in Decatur, Illinois and now living in Brooklyn, NY. Most recently he has been seen playing bass, keys and singing backgrounds for Elliot Moss, playing bass with Thundercat drummer Justin Brown's NYEUSI, and the last bassist to play in guitar legend Allan Holdsworth’s band. 


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Tutorials

Tutorial: How to Make the Giant Squiddim Bass in Reason 10

Posted Feb. 20, 2019, 10:22 a.m.



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Herobust is an electronic dance music and dubstep producer from Atlanta, best known for his hits “Debt N ‘Eight”, “Blockbuster” and “Giant Squiddim”, featuring MONXX. Giant Squiddim is named after the squelchy, distorted, chaotic synth sound that drives the track, inspired by the sounds of deep-sea ...