Reason Studios announces Reason 13 Your Sound, Faster Available June 18th

With an upgraded sequencer, a brand-new browser, five new devices, and more sounds—Reason 13 is all about your workflow. Available for purchase and download on June 18th, 2024.

"We are thrilled to introduce Reason 13 to the world," says Ma
ttias Häggström Gerdt, Product Manager at Reason Studios. “Our goal with this upgrade was to improve Reason’s unique music making workflow. Whether it’s your main DAW or go-to plugin, Reason 13 adds a ton of features—all designed to get you to your sound faster.”

Reason’s sequencer and interface have been redesigned for a faster workflow and navigation. From the new Edit Area to improved zooming and workflow features, making music in Reason is now faster than ever.

All patches, samples, and loops are now found in one place—the new Browser. Categories and tags make it quick to find what you’re looking for and fun to explore over 20 years of sound design along with over 1000 brand-new patches, samples, and loops.

Reason 13 also comes with five new Rack devices. Polytone Dual-Layer Synthesizer is a new synth inspired by the immediacy of hardware classics but with a Reason twist. Great for thick analog sounds and instantly playable patches. Ripley Space Delay combines a delay and reverb with unique sound shaping and deep modulation —it’s a delay with character. Finally, the three new Tool devices make common tasks in the Rack easier than ever: sidechaining, stereo widening, and gain staging and panning.

For more information about Reason 13 visit the Reason Studios website at

From January 1, 2024, onwards, every purchase or upgrade to Reason 12 includes a free upgrade to Reason 13, available on June 18, 2024.
Reason 13 will of course also be available to all Reason+ subscribers.

About Reason
Reason has always been a labor of love. When we created it over twenty years ago, the idea was to have the best and most exciting music gear right there in our computers. That’s the path we’ve been on ever since. It’s what made Reason into this fun, experimental mix of instruments, effects, cables, and features that fill the Rack today.

Reason was never made for those looking for the industry standard—it’s made for the explorers, the pioneers, the outsiders whose brains are just wired di
fferently. The music makers that always ask, “what if?”.

We could brag about all the Reason-loving producers and a
rtists that have spawned new genres, made chart-topping hits, or won Grammys, but we’d rather just talk about how fun it is to make music in Reason—no matter who you are.