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Propellerhead Acquires Figure And Take Music Making Apps

Award-winning mobile apps join the Reason family of music creation tools,

Propellerhead Software has announced the acquisition of Figure and Take music making apps from Allihoopa, joining the Reason family of music creation tools. Both apps are newly updated and immediately available for free from the Apple App Store.

“These apps make great companions to Reason,” says Hanna Åstrand, product manager for Propellerhead. “They give musicians super starting points for their ideation, from creating a beat in Figure to taking a Reason track offline for vocal or lead line recording in Take. We’re working hard to make the apps even better with more inspiring sounds and beats and tighter integration with Reason.”

Adding to Propellerhead’s family of iOS music making software apps, Figure and Take take their place alongside Reason Compact and Thor synths. All of the apps work with Reason, the integrated software music production studio.

As noted, Figure and Take are free in the App Store. Users who already have the apps installed will receive updates automatically on their iOS devices.

Both Figure and Take require iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone 5s or later, iPad Air or later, and iPod touch.


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