Reason Studios unveils Objekt Modelling Soft Synth

Reason’s ‘organic’ Objekt synth promises sounds that you can’t create anywhere else.

Reason Studios has taken the wraps off Objekt, its new physical modelling synth. At Superbooth 2023, Reason Studios introduced Objekt, It is available now to use inside Reason and in other DAWs via the Reason Rack plugin (VST/AU/AAX).

Designed to emulate real-life acoustic sounds, Objekt promises to “open the hood on physical modelling” and present it like a synthesizer. As well as enabling you to create bell, mallet, percussion and string sounds, you can also use it to produce natural textures, organic pads and more.

Objekt gives you three resonating objects to work with. These form the basis of your sounds, and can replicate the likes of strings, skins and bells. The Exciter section dictates how the instrument is played, and there are plenty of parameters that can easily be tweaked to create entirely new tones. More than 500 presets come included, and you also have a randomiser for fast inspiration.

“Objekt is the most unique and innovative instrument we’ve ever made,” says Mattias Häggström Gerdt, Product Manager at Reason Studios. “It opens the door wide to a whole new world of sounds that simply can’t be made with anything else. I recommend trying it and daring to experiment. Where you end up might sound familiar or like an imaginary instrument that doesn’t exist. Until now.”

Of course, this being a Reason device, you can also combine Objekt with other modules in the rack and get even more experimental.


  • Open-ended physical modeling synthesis for unique acoustic sounds
  • Dynamic, lifelike, and easily customizable
  • Powerful randomizer for instant variation and inspiration
  • Over 500 included patches
  • Included with Reason+
  • Requires Reason 10.1 or later. The included Combinator patches require Reason 12.

Audio Demos:

Reason Studios Objekt Intro Video:

Objekt is included with the Reason+ subscription and also available separately priced at intro price $79/€87 till 25 May (regular price $99/€109).Find out more on the Reason Studios website.

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