iPad Controller For Reason Updated

US Delora rsTouch Pro now controls over 120 total devices and Rack Extensions      15/09/17

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Harmony Systems, Inc. has announced the worldwide availability of Delora rsTouch Pro 2.8, an upgrade to their iPad application that provides control surface functionality for the Propellerhead Reason music application on a Mac or PC. rsTouch Pro 2.8 adds custom panel support for 5 more RE's, 4 VST plugins, and includes other improvements. Here's the details in the company's own words...

rsTouch 2.8 adds customized screens for AirRaid Audio Elements DS-LFO and Splitter 2, Blamsoft Zero Hybrid, Mathieu Demange RYM2612, and Propellerhead A-List Acoustic Guitarist Fingerpicking Nylon. VST plugin support is also added for Rob Papen RP-Verb and AudioRealism abl2, abl3 and ReDominator. rsTouch 2.8 includes a completely revised External MIDI instrument device panel with customer requested features. Panels for 3 other existing RE's have also been updated.  With these additions, rsTouch now includes custom control from the iPad for over 120 total devices and RE's.

rsTouch Pro also offers full control of Reason's Mixer and transport functions. A dedicated Master screen allows full adjustments of Reason's Main Mixer Master section. Perform mode offers keyboard, drum pad and grid options for playing Reason synth and drum machines.

Pricing and Availability:
rsTouch Pro 2.8 is available for $19.99 (USD) on the iOS App Store, and is a free upgrade for current rsTouch users.

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