Propellerhead Reason 10 £149 at Amazon - temporarily OOS but available to order
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Propellerhead Reason 10 £149 at Amazon - temporarily OOS but available to order

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Found 4th MarEdited by:"Qix_"
Iconic DAW software from Propellerhead, roughly half the normal price.

Bit of a niche product, but this really is a steal.

This price is available under "other sellers" at the right of the page.
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Maybe it's finally time for me to upgrade from Reason 3
deleted8013014th Mar

Maybe it's finally time for me to upgrade from Reason 3



If you have any version of Reason from 1-9, you can upgrade for less, eg £89 here.
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nougat4 m ago

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I might have got the last one in stock...

Still available to order though.
Thanks
Heat, great find OP
Heat, nice find.
Already got it, but great price!
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deleted801301
Maybe it's finally time for me to upgrade from Reason 3
Good spot and ordered. Thanks
deleted8013014th Mar

Maybe it's finally time for me to upgrade from Reason 3



If you have any version of Reason from 1-9, you can upgrade for less, eg £89 here.
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Qix_47 m ago

If you have any version of Reason from 1-9, you can upgrade for less, eg …If you have any version of Reason from 1-9, you can upgrade for less, eg £89 here.


I think if I'm being honest, mines a dodgy copy......
If this is the full version then super hot
deleted8013014th Mar

I think if I'm being honest, mines a dodgy copy......



i remember getting the cracked version 🦁 with the key codes, its a good program
Does it allow vsts now (i have v5 and it doesn not), does it allow vocal recordings? I currently use reason for making beats and cubase with vsts for recording and mastering, it would be pretty handy to havw one software to do all that does not break the bank
Elbandito13 m ago

Does it allow vsts now (i have v5 and it doesn not), does it allow vocal …Does it allow vsts now (i have v5 and it doesn not), does it allow vocal recordings? I currently use reason for making beats and cubase with vsts for recording and mastering, it would be pretty handy to havw one software to do all that does not break the bank



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good spot!
Elbandito22 m ago

Does it allow vsts now (i have v5 and it doesn not), does it allow vocal …Does it allow vsts now (i have v5 and it doesn not), does it allow vocal recordings? I currently use reason for making beats and cubase with vsts for recording and mastering, it would be pretty handy to havw one software to do all that does not break the bank



VST has been included since v9.5. That was a real game-changer.
Qix_2 h, 0 m ago

VST has been included since v9.5. That was a real game-changer.


Thanks I read up on this and might stick to my order hopefully it gets fulfilled!
Elbandito2 h, 34 m ago

Does it allow vsts now (i have v5 and it doesn not), does it allow vocal …Does it allow vsts now (i have v5 and it doesn not), does it allow vocal recordings? I currently use reason for making beats and cubase with vsts for recording and mastering, it would be pretty handy to havw one software to do all that does not break the bank


Goo deal overall but as you say it's very niches so not something i'd ever buy as it's a one-trick pony

I'd say if not breaking the bank being the priority then learn Reaper. Out of the box the best DAW ever! Low CPU usage and very good user forum for any questions. And you can just use if for free but the licence is still under $80 I believe. You can customise to for shortcuts the same as any DAW you're migrating from.

But I've recently had to spend money (or pay the state) and have gone down the Ableton route buying a Push last year and just upgrading to Live10. Def worth the money...if you have it to spend like I did!
And I went to a demo night of Presonus Studio One and that thing is incredible too.
Elbandito3 h, 39 m ago

Does it allow vsts now (i have v5 and it doesn not), does it allow vocal …Does it allow vsts now (i have v5 and it doesn not), does it allow vocal recordings? I currently use reason for making beats and cubase with vsts for recording and mastering, it would be pretty handy to havw one software to do all that does not break the bank



I missed your question about vocals. Reason has some features specifically geared to vocal processing, and can do some quite neat Autotune-like processing. It's not quite as sophisticated for vocals as some of the more expensive packages, but it's pretty powerful nonetheless. Of course, you can use VST plugins, so there's plenty of scope for vocal work there.
surfbored1 h, 8 m ago

... have gone down the Ableton route buying a Push last year and just …... have gone down the Ableton route buying a Push last year and just upgrading to Live10. Def worth the money...And I went to a demo night of Presonus Studio One and that thing is incredible too.


I was a Cubase user from back in the Atari ST days, but I've found that Reason brings back some of the excitement that I used to feel in the Atari days in a way that other DAWs don't. It's very subjective of course, but I really like it.
surfbored4 h, 30 m ago

I'd say if not breaking the bank being the priority then learn Reaper. Out …I'd say if not breaking the bank being the priority then learn Reaper. Out of the box the best DAW ever!


I'd disagree massively. Comparing Reaper to Logic or Cubase is like comparing Gimp to Photoshop. It's cheaper, you can do most the stuff you need, but what a PITA to actually use.
Edited by: "wizbowes" 5th Mar
Qix_9 h, 0 m ago

If you have any version of Reason from 1-9, you can upgrade for less, eg …If you have any version of Reason from 1-9, you can upgrade for less, eg £89 here.


Thanks. Reason 2 now upgraded. Haven't used it for years but now my kids are older I fancy getting back into it....
Good deal but you'll get more for your money buying a Korg microcontroller like the nanokeys2 for £35ish from Amazon and then upgrading the included Reason Limited for less than £75 from a US online retailer. Total cost only £110. And you'll get a controller (can get pads or sliders version from Korg with same bundle) and Korg Gadget LE, Module LE, M1 Le, Lounge Lizard Session, Ultra Analog Session, Strum Session, Digital Synsations and Melodics and Skoove trials if you can't play keys but want to learn. Then wait until Korg has another sale and upgrade to the full version of the Korg Collection if you wish.
Price back up to £299, sadly.
musical13 h, 49 m ago

Good deal but you'll get more for your money buying a Korg microcontroller …Good deal but you'll get more for your money buying a Korg microcontroller like the nanokeys2 for £35ish from Amazon and then upgrading the included Reason Limited for less than £75 from a US online retailer. Total cost only £110. And you'll get a controller (can get pads or sliders version from Korg with same bundle) and Korg Gadget LE, Module LE, M1 Le, Lounge Lizard Session, Ultra Analog Session, Strum Session, Digital Synsations and Melodics and Skoove trials if you can't play keys but want to learn. Then wait until Korg has another sale and upgrade to the full version of the Korg Collection if you wish.



Cool tip, thanks!
did any one get it sent out for this price?
wizbowes5th Mar

I'd disagree massively. Comparing Reaper to Logic or Cubase is like …I'd disagree massively. Comparing Reaper to Logic or Cubase is like comparing Gimp to Photoshop. It's cheaper, you can do most the stuff you need, but what a PITA to actually use.


Sure, I only suggest information I get from people that use it in studios. Reaper isn't too tough to use. After a few hours I was doing what I needed: recording project adding horns to a studio WAV file. So, editing audio, EQing and using VSTs, incorporating various takes and then 'zeroing' all the Audio for export and emailing for an on-line collaboration. And I'm Not Good with DAW.
3-4 small studios I know have moved to Reaper because it works on older computers too, uses new language (code) to create a streamlined computer experience (and use the full multi-core CPU of your machine). And it's cheaper than your other offerings (my main point that I led with).The Cubase developers have now built Presonus Studio One, so they've moved on and suggest everyone should do the same (Steinberg are a solid company though!!).
Depends what you're into. The price point between GIMP and PS is radical and nothing like the differences between Cubase and Reaper.
Enjoy your music, send me some tracks...that's what it's all about anyway.
dedbeat6th Mar

did any one get it sent out for this price?


Got a delivery date of the 12th
I cancelled my order and got a nanopad2 from amazon for £40 and upgraded for 99euros. total cost £130. might put the nanopad on ebay. thanks for the tip musical
musical5th Mar

Good deal but you'll get more for your money buying a Korg microcontroller …Good deal but you'll get more for your money buying a Korg microcontroller like the nanokeys2 for £35ish from Amazon and then upgrading the included Reason Limited for less than £75 from a US online retailer. Total cost only £110. And you'll get a controller (can get pads or sliders version from Korg with same bundle) and Korg Gadget LE, Module LE, M1 Le, Lounge Lizard Session, Ultra Analog Session, Strum Session, Digital Synsations and Melodics and Skoove trials if you can't play keys but want to learn. Then wait until Korg has another sale and upgrade to the full version of the Korg Collection if you wish.


Thanks for the info. I managed to get the black nanoKEY2 from Amazon for £35. They sent me one out but it didn't contain the license code for the software bundle so I got a replacement which, thankfully, did have it. Downloaded Reason Limited and went to Sweetwater to purchase the upgrade for $99 via PayPal, which worked out at about £74. It was a bit of a pain to upgrade the software through Reason website due to it not having installed the authorization app or codemeter but I got it working in the end.

Full version of Reason 10 and nanoKEY2 with extra software for £109. Excellent deal. Thank you to the original poster too, I would have gone for it at £150 as that's a great deal too.
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