Summary: Reason 6 has the audio capabilities that was not available in the old versions. Reason has always been a straightforward music production tool and it will always be a very dependable workhorse
Summary: Incredible upgrade! So glad props merged Record into Reason. Never understood the logic behind a sister program instead of incorporation. The sound bank is hugely expanded, seems at a glance to be around twice the size.
Summary: This newest version is the best to date. Propellerhead finally merged Record into Reason, and added some new additions to the line-up that I have not yet even come close to exploring in depth. So far, I've only been lining-in some sounds so I can deconstruct them and play.
Summary: This is a great product for people who want to do a wide range of musical projects. Used by many of today's top producers and songwriters. With this piece of software you get the MOST bang for your buck.
Summary: I was thrilled with Reason 4, but I held off from upgrading to version 5, because most of the added features from 4 to 5 weren't worth it to me. Luckily, Propellerhead continues to let you upgrade your current registered version of Reason (all the way back to the first version) to the latest...
Summary: I knew the product was ace. A Swedish musicprogramme cheaper through Amazon and UK than buying it in Sweden (where I live)...FANTASTIC programme especially if you make dancemusic or other electronic kind of music. Although I have to say that I would rather have paid more to get recorded mail.
Classy sounds; bit of a learning curve coming from other DAWs
D "D", amazon.co.uk
8 November 2011
Summary: The first thing to note about Reason is that it has a collection of high class instruments and sounds great. For instant gratification, the presets give a taste of the quality and range of sounds here and they make a great starting point for creating new sounds.
Summary: I've been with Reason since version 1 and this 64-bit beast is the one that puts it way ahead of its competitors (if it really has any). If you didn't have the now discontinued Record companion program before, prepare to be blown away.