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Propellerhead Reason 9 Free With Reason 8
Customers who buy Reason 8 after May 1st will receive the upgrade to Reason 9 for free when it is released on June 21st.
Reason 9 builds on the award-winning Reason platform by introducing a host of new devices, sounds, and creative tools that provide the fastest, most enjoyable path from inspiration to a polished song.
The offer is valid for Reason 8 full version, Reason 8 Student/Teacher, upgrade from Reason 1-7, upgrade from Reason Essentials/Adapted/Limited.
Visit www.propellerheads.se/freeupgrade for details.
Posted on 19 May 2016 10:00 to category : Instruments News
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