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I'm happy becauseposted by Tage Widsell 2013-04-29 at 16:02
...I'm holding a new box, ready for tomorrow!
What a way to start the new year!posted by Leo Nathorst-Böös 2013-01-02 at 13:37
Many of us Propellerheads came back from our Holiday vacation today, only to find a big box of awesome gifts from Reason user and blogger extra ordinaire PhiSequence. Thanks so much!!!
SpyCam: Celebration and Geeksposted by Mattias Häggström Gerdt 2012-11-02 at 13:58
This week we got 50 Rack Extensions into the Propellerhead Shop. That can only mean one thing: celebration. Mats was in charge of celebration and managed to pull off the strangest Propellerhead celebration in the history of the company—no small feat!
It included, among other things, fake mustaches and teeth.
And piles of tissues with money-print...
Later in the week me, Mats, Leo and Gustav got together for an in-office board game night. Some beers, some takeaway and a mindboggling game of Eclipse!
A massive space battle is about to take place. Needless to say, I was red! ;)
Leo's patented "I'm-winning-smile"
Space as we know it.
Invasion of the MIDI Fightersposted by Leo Nathorst-Böös 2012-10-19 at 13:33
A few of us here at Propellerhead were so inspired by Mattias' awesome videos of him performing with the DJ Tech Tools MIDI Fighter that we went out and got a totem pole of 'Fighters!
Some unboxing fun:
Belgium, Netherlands and back again!posted by Mattias Häggström Gerdt 2012-10-16 at 17:18
I was out in Belgium and the Netherlands last week with Sales Manager Anders doing some events and thought I'd share a couple of photos with you guys. You're always interested in what we're up to... right? ;)
Antwerp has some pretty amazing old buildings in the middle of the city.
BAX showcasing the best two products in store ;)
Antwerp also had excellent local beer. Mmm... beer...
We actally had time to visit the newly built museum in Antwerp too!
A very "used" Yamaha DX7 on the wall of Muzsiek + Visie in Antwerp.
Demo at Key Music in Sint-Niklaas.
Last (but not least), when in Belgium this is a must. Yum.
Farewell Japanposted by Tage Widsell 2012-10-05 at 13:04
I've spent most of this week in my all time favorite city: Tokyo. I've been here with our sales director Johan to meet with our Japanese distributor, to learn more about the Japanese market and also to launch the new Propellerhead Japan website!
It's been a great week! Great meetings, great people and, as always, great food. Only sometimes, I'm really happy about an english menu...
Migration: successful!posted by Leo Nathorst-Böös 2012-10-03 at 12:08
Look at those happy faces! Our servers finally have a new, fancier, faster and better digital home. And these guys did it.
(new fancy server home not pictured)
SpyCam: We're back!posted by Mattias Häggström Gerdt 2012-08-29 at 16:39
Vacation is over, business as usual... which means lots of fun stuff!
Leo's "pie synth" and KP Mini makes a good noise making couple (it's less good for our work environment).
Anders Molander bought a lovely old radio. He got the advice "don't try to put batteries in it, it will actually blow up. It's like a very nice looking bomb"
Johan, our Director of Worldwide Sales, and David from SCV HiTech in France enjoying the final rattling breath of Swedish summer. The palm tree may or may not be naturally occuring...
Leo Der Stepanians, Senior Hardware Product Manager, organized a whisky tasting. Very enjoyable on multiple levels! If I remember correctly the winner was Glenlivet 18 year old. :)
Friday = Dronedayposted by Leo Nathorst-Böös 2012-08-10 at 16:23
Mats has the coolest toys.
England: Land of rain and Reason masterclasses!posted by Mattias Häggström Gerdt 2012-07-23 at 16:12
Last week me and Gary Bromham went out on the road to do a couple of masterclasses with Dawsons. We visited Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds and Chester - and it was good fun. Here are a couple of pics:
I might not have worked with Björk and Sheryl Crow like Gary but may name was also in print!
Gary letting the people of Chester in on the secrets of the fine art of mixing.
In Leeds there was a very mysterious door that I did not dare open...
In Manchester we dropped by Liam at Cartec Audio at his workshop. He makes some amazing hardware, including this "Pultec-style" EQ.
I also had a good time blasting some music through Balance to different monitors. Things got loud.
Good crowd in Manchester!