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Reason Rack Comes to Pro Tools

With the release of Reason 11.3, Reason Rack is now available as both an AAX plug-in and standalone DAW.

With the release of Reason 11.3, Reason Rack is now available as both an AAX plug-in and standalone DAW.
With the release of Reason 11.3, Reason Rack is now available as both an AAX plug-in and standalone DAW.

Stockholm, Sweden (May 5, 2020)—Reason Studios has launched Reason 11.3, bringing its Reason Rack to Avid Pro Tools as a native AAX plug-in. The long-running recording software also continues as a standalone digital audio workstation.

With the advent of the new plug-in, Pro Tools users can make use of Reason’s lineup of effects and MIDI processors (called Players). Reason’s free routing of devices through its cabling system enables unusual and sometimes physically impossible signal flows, and provides a sound bank of tens of thousands of patches, sounds, samples and loops.

Reason Studios Launches Reason 11

“It’s amazing to be back in Pro Tools,” said Reason product manager Mattias Häggström Gerdt. “With a vast rack of inspiring instruments and effects, Reason is a perfect fit for the industry standard recording software that is Pro Tools. I can’t wait to hear all the great music that will come out of this.”

“Avid is thrilled to see the seamless support for Reason Studios in Pro Tools offered through AAX,” said Ed Gray, Director, Partnering Programs at Avid. “Reason has always opened up new worlds for music creation for Pro Tools users, and with this tight integration, it deserves to be an automatic purchase.”

Reason 11.3 is available via Reason Studios website and authorized resellers worldwide. The software, which includes additional improvements and bug fixes, is also available for free download by registered Reason 11 users and at upgrade prices to owners of previous Reason versions.

Reason • www.reasonstudios.com/reason

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