Propellerhead has launched a new Record Micro Tutorials site with short video tutorials on its new program Record ($299).
While Record won't be available until September 9, 2009, the tutorial site will show you all about how to use Record, a full-featured multi-track audio program for recording, arranging and mixing tracks designed for musicians rather than engineers.
Propellerhead designed Record to integrate fully with Reason ($499), it's popular and powerful virtual instrument workstation. Current owners of Reason will be able to buy Record at the discounted price of $199, and Propellerhead will also offer a Reason/Record bundle for $629.
To get an early go at Record, you can sign up for Record beta testing.
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