"I began this review looking at the promotional video for Record – and surmised that it would be a nice concept if it worked. Well I tried it, and found Record delivered on all aspects."

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Propellerhead’s hugely anticipated new audio-recording package ‘Record’, receives two incredible reviews this month.  The first is in the latest issue of Future Music Magazine where the software receives the magazines 'Platinum Award'. 

Record gives you unlimited audio tracks, world class effects and mixing gear, and a whole new take on music recording. With an intuitive, straightforward interface and a hands-on approach to capturing performances, Record was designed for musicians - not audio engineers. This is recording done right.

"Record retains the rack of gear and sequencer design beloved of Reason users and now adds a third window, a fully modeled SSL 9000k mixer with unlimited hard disk tracks, flexible routing, fully dynamics, EQ, advanced effects handling, full automation and a 64-bit mix buss. Not only does it look great, it sounds great too, with some nice touches to facilitate ease of use and accessibility".

"...Record’s real-time Time stretch facility is pretty awe-inspiring. It basically allows you to record at any tempo, and change your mind later – and the quality is jaw dropping".

"I began this review looking at the promotional video for Record – and surmised that it would be a nice concept if it worked. Well I tried it, and found Record delivered on all aspects. Record is a serious option to anyone looking at recording and creating music. Record is simply efficient, stable and fun".

"I think it’s fair to say that Record is set to entice new users into thinking very carefully regarding their first purchase of a music package. It will certainly make some of the ‘older’ users take a long hard look at whether Record is a better alternative to their current software…"

"Rock solid with superb time stretching and seamless Reason integration. Hard to fault"

To read the full review, pick up the September Issue of Future Music Magazine (Issue 217). Propellerhead Record is available from the 9th September at £229 RRP.