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Propellerhead has announced that they have finally made their flagship program, Reason, compatible with third-party plug-ins, as an update to Reason 6.5 will grant users acess toRack Extensions. But there is a catch: In order to maintain the level of quality and usability associated with Reason’s existing effects units and software instruments, only plug-ins specifically developed for Reason’s Rack Extensions can be used within the program (such as the two pictured above)—that means no VSTs and no AUs. Fortunately, it appears that the folks at Propellerhead have taken considerable steps to make sure the use of these new Rack Extensions are seamless, as the third-party effects and virtual instruments will be usable direct from the rack, acting in the same manner and capable of being implemented in the same fashion as all of the pre-existing Reason devices.

via XLR8R

Now, It’s open in the right way, folks at Propellerhead are always solving problem.