Reason 9 Road Trip Treasure Hunt

Posted Aug. 17, 2016, 2:10 p.m.

Did you watch the epic Reason 9 Sound Bank video? All 9 hours 55 minutes of musical desert automotive action? Good! Because if you did, you could score big in our Reason 9 Road Trip Treasure Hunt! Over the course of the next few weeks, we’ll This week, you can win a hyper modulation package with Rotor & Synchronous.

The question for this week is: What is Jake's protein bar of choice?

Ladies and gents, we have a winner. Actually, we have five of them! Congratulations to Patrick, Akos, Anson, Anthony and Benony! Well hunted!

The correct answer is: (Classic) PowerBar.

Didn't win? Don't worry, next Wednesday we'll send you on a new treasure hunt so be sure to watch the whole video during the weekend to memorize all the good stuff!

Share and discuss the challenge on social media! Use the hashtag #Reason9TreasureHunt.

For more info, check the rules and conditions below.


Rules & Conditions

Participation
To enter the Reason 9 Road Trip Treasure Hunt, you need to be a registered owner of Reason version 7.1 or later, since the prizes can not be used with earlier versions of Reason. The submission period closes on August 19 2016. The first five correct submissions will win the Rotor and Synchronous Rack Extensions. Propellerhead employees and affiliates may not enter the contest.

Posted Aug. 17, 2016, 2:10 p.m.

Reason Xmas Marathon 2002 (again)

Posted Dec. 18, 2013, 11:09 a.m.

It was the the year 2002. The British Empire lay in ruins, Linkin Park won MTVs Video Music Award for Best Rock Video and George W Bush was two years into his first term as the President of the United States. These were grim years... At Propellerhead Software, we were hard at work trying to come up with something to break the doom and gloom. Something to bring a little Christmas spirit to Reason racks all over the world.

After much consideration, we launched a simple Xmas music competition. Each Reason user could compose eight bars of Christmas music at 120 bpm. We also handed out a rex loop of sleigh-bellish jingle jangle (actually, it was Ernst's weird leg-or-arm-mounted jingly contraption that we recorded for Dan's 1999 xmas app - ReXmas) that was optional to use in the Christmas composition.

When the loops had been submitted, the users could vote for the top loops, some fancy prizes were handed out... and there was much rejoicing.

But the best was yet to come: taking all the 176 xmas loops and splicing them together into a hellish 47 minute musical marathon that we shared with the users and that we have enjoyed here at the office around xmas time ever since.

And now we think it's time to share this holiday spirit gem with all of you again. Enjoy!



Posted Dec. 18, 2013, 11:09 a.m.