Reason 12 is now available to purchase and download. The new version, which was announced back in May and has been in beta since saw a new sampler introduced as well as a higher res interface for extra crisp GUI for the famous Racks. In fact, according to the team: “Reason 12 had one big goal in mind: level up the Rack experience.” Reason Racks are some of the most legendary virtual instruments in electronic music, emerging in the ’90s as some of the earliest usable plugins.
Though it was initially a DAW all on its own, Reason recently added the option of using it as a plugin inside another DAW, opening up its Racks to every producer. Reason 12 also sees the Combintator completely overhauled “to be fully customisable, more powerful, and easier than ever to work with.” The full version of Reason costs £399 and it costs £129 to upgrade.