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All about Players

Posted January 21, 2021

You want a fast way to find inspiration for songs and parts that are uniquely yours. Working with Players in Reason is as quick and easy as using a drum or synth loop, but without adding elements to your music that have already been used in thousands of other songs out there.

Drum Sequencer
With its set of powerful-yet-intuitive programming …


Introducing Pattern Mutator

Posted December 2, 2020

Hello world, here's Pattern Mutator! It's a new sequencer Player and I think you're really gonna love it. Check out the video above and, when you're done, read on to find out how it came to be.

Pattern Mutator originally came about from something Andy (our graphic designer) had been thinking about for a while. A sequencer where you could, …


Quad Note Generator - what does it even do?

Posted March 11, 2020

Quad Note Generator is the Player device that creates an endless stream of musical ideas. Melodies you wouldn’t have thought of, rhythms not yet heard and music about to be written. Okay, that sounds awesome but how does this Reason Player actually work? In this video Reason master Paul Ortiz, a.k.a. Chimp Spanner, will show you the ropes. Before long …


Say hello to Beat Map

Posted February 24, 2020

What if an algorithm could help you get started on rhythm?

What if Reason could provide the musical groundwork to help you get to where you wanted to go, without impeding your creativity?

These are all questions we wanted to answer during the development of our new player Beat Map!

The world of modular synths and sequencers is a fantastic …


Introducing PolyStep Sequencer - a word from the Product Manager

Posted June 5, 2019

I’m very happy to announce that PolyStep Sequencer is now available in the Propellerhead Shop. It’s another great co-op project between Propellerhead Software, who did the product design, and Lectric Panda who did the development work.

For years, Reason users have been asking for more sequencing options. Some people simply want a polyphonic upgrade to the Matrix sequencer while others …