For immediate release

Out-Of-The-Box Support of the Industry Standard Control Surfaces

Out-Of-The-Box Support of the Industry Standard Control Surfaces

NAMM • Anaheim, CA - January 20th 2005
Propellerhead Software today announced the new Remote technology to be included with the new Reason 3.0, one more key functionality making the software a strong contender for live performance in a post hardware era.

Remote is the user-friendly technology that allows for immediate use of many standard control surfaces (MIDI controllers) and keyboards with Reason 3.0. While using any one of the supported control surfaces, users now have hands-on access to the knobs, faders and buttons through Reason. No configuration is needed.

Where applicable, Reason now supports motorized faders, controller displays and VU meters.

Reason 3.0 supports the following systems by Remote:

Alesis
  • Photon X25 (pending)

Behringer

  • BCF2000
  • BCR2000

Doepfer

  • Drehbank
  • Pocket Control
  • Pocket Dial
  • Pocket Fader
  • Regelwerk

Edirol

  • PCR-1
  • PCR-M1
  • PCR-30/50/80/A30
  • UR-80

Evolution

  • MK-249C
  • MK-425C
  • MK-449C
  • MK-461C
  • UC-33 / UC-33e
  • X-Session

Keyfax

  • Phatboy

Kenton

  • Control Freak Original
  • Control Freak Live
  • Control Freak Studio Edition
  • Spin Doctor

Korg

  • KONTROL49
  • MicroKONTROL

Mackie

  • Mackie Control

M-Audio

  • Keystation Pro8
  • O2
  • Ozone
  • Oxygen 8
  • Radium 49/61

Novation

  • ReMOTE 25
  • X-Station

Peavey

  • PC 1600x

About Reason Studios

Back in 1994 three guys in Stockholm figured out a new way to slice loops that changed the way people made music. That was the start of what is now called Reason Studios. We care about music. And we want to help music makers express themselves. We want you to find your own voice – to sound like you.

Read the whole article

Press contact

For further information, please contact our press representative:

Patrik Sundberg
[email protected]