Users of Reason, Figure and Take will be able to share, discover and collaborate with other musicians, songwriters and producers
wedish software developers, Propellerhead announce the launch of a free music service to enable musicians to share compositions and collaborate online. Connecting Figure and Take mobile apps with their widely used Reason music production software, the music-making service aims to make it easy to create, share, exchange ideas and remix with other musicians.
Users will be able to move musical ideas between mobile apps and Reason, invite Take users to sing on a Figure beat, or finish a Take song with Reason’s suite of instruments and effects. Propellerhead is also introducing Discover — feeds of inspiring community-made music ready for songwriters and producers to build on, remix and sample.
“Our mission has always been about realizing musical dreams, and this is the next step,” explains Ernst Nathorst-Böös, Propellerhead CEO. “Unlike other music-making services we’re not building this exclusively for producers. If you love to sing or play guitar, the Propellerhead community creates inspiring music pieces for you to record on. If producing is your passion, there are amazing pieces out there to pick up and build on, sample or remix. We’re launching in beta so you can try it out today and tell us how we can make it perfect for you.”
Updated versions of Reason, Take and Figure that connect to the service are available today from www.propellerheads.se. For a demonstration of how the collaborative process can work with this new music-making service, watch the video below. Propellerhead Discover is available now as a beta version, completely free of charge from discover.propellerheads.se