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Reason Studios Partners with InMusic Brands
Reason Lite now available with select M-Audio products
STOCKHOLM, Sweden – October 1st 2019 - Reason Studios announced today that is partnering with InMusic Brands to offer Reason Lite with select M-Audio products. Reason Lite gives access to Reason’s famous workflow, an assortment of legendary instruments and effects, intuitive and essential recording tools along with studio-grade mixing tools.
“M-Audio customers will now be able to get started making music without compromising the quality of the instruments, effects and recording tools they need.” said Mattias Häggström Gerdt, Reason Studios Product Manager. " Reason Lite gives customers access to some of Reason’s best instruments and effects that we’ve ever created and Reason’s famous workflow.”
Reason Lite offers 8 instrument and/or audio tracks with the same workflow, instruments and effects, recording and mixing tools as Reason Intro, but does not include Reason Rack plugin support. Reason Lite is available for free with the purchase of select hardware products including M-Audio’s Oxygen MKIV, Code and Keystation MK3 series products. Owners of these qualified M-Audio products simply need to register their product at M-Audio.com to get their free Reason Lite license. Reason Lite offer ends December 31, 2019.
Reason Lite customers can upgrade to Reason 11 full version at a reduced price and access the Reason Rack Plugin, unlimited tracks, the full set of features, instruments, effects and expanded sound library.
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