Blend Adds Support for Propellerhead Reason
Veteran music creators post Reason material for the masses to remix
NYC (September 9, 2014) – Blend (http://blend.io), an online network where musicians share and collaborate on tracks, announces support for Propellerhead Reason music production software. Reason users can now share and collaborate on in-progress music projects, tutorials, and sample packs.
Veteran music creators Paul Wilson (Lauryn Hill, Erin Barra), Justen Williams (Kourtney Hart), and Chris Freeman (Manchester Orchestra, Bad Books) have joined Blend to celebrate the announcement with exclusive new material for users to pull and re-imagine. Users can browse Reason projects here: https://blend.io/explore/type/reason.
Reason features on Blend:
Publish Reason projects on Blend for private or public collaborations and remixing
Browse, preview, comment on and pull (download) publicly published Reason projects
Share a preview widget for Reason projects on third party sites
Propellerhead Reason is a full-featured music production software studio. Centered on its signature rack of instruments, effects, and sounds, Reason includes everything needed to write, record, remix and produce great-sounding tracks. Songs are built in Reason’s sequencer with the ability to add guitar, vocals, MIDI synths, or even record an entire band. Tracks are then polished and finished in Reason’s studio-grade mixing console.
Join the Blend community with an exclusive invitation from Propellerhead, visit https://blend.io/vip/propellerhead and enter the code: REASON.
Blend was created for musicians to connect and share in-progress tracks and collaborate, or “blend” each other’s works. While other networks focus on publishing completed music, Blend provides a platform for musicians to collaborate directly with each other in their native (source) format, such as Ableton Live, Maschine, Pro Tools, Logic, GarageBand, FL Studio and Reason.