Reason Studios Reason 2.5
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Reason Studios Reason 2.5

Reason 2.5, Electronic Music Sequencer from Reason Studios in the Reason series.

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anyone use reason 2.5?

 
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mclearz

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1 Posted on 03/15/2004 at 12:05:15
i have recently got reason 2.5 ,and i know how to set up the redrum,but need help on how to use the other synths and effects,could anyone leave any hints and tips they have for reason..

tungsten_en

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2 Posted on 04/20/2004 at 03:20:00
My suggestion is to kick off by reading Reason's pdf's. They are preety informative and can get you started (especially if you have no former experience in sound synthesis and sampling).

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tungsten_en

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3 Posted on 04/20/2004 at 03:39:02
Oh, and this is not a DJ program. :rolleyes:

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4 Posted on 05/01/2004 at 21:21:21
hehehe......well i guess its an EVERYTHING program :)


i need 2.5, just to see what the hype is about

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5 Posted on 05/05/2004 at 16:17:54
:D

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6 Posted on 05/13/2004 at 13:45:47
8) I've been using reasons 2.5 now for 2 months and somewhat got it all figured out except how to put the syth,on the midi part.tje loop samplers put it strait on the track but what about the others machines?[/b]

tungsten_en

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7 Posted on 05/14/2004 at 00:08:36
Well, what happens is that REX loops are just that: ready made loops. For the other synths you are going to have to "write" the notes for them to play. That is done either by recording while playing them on an external keyboard or by "drawing" them in Reason's Sequencer (Edit Mode). Simple :)

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8 Posted on 02/17/2005 at 22:58:04
How do you sample the settings of the synths if you don't have a midi controller or keyboard? Is there an easier way than just penciling in the notes?

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9 Posted on 03/30/2006 at 18:22:28
if you're writing repeditive type stuff you can sequence loops with a Matrix Pattern Sequencer, and then lay them down to track from there. This is good becuase you can listen as your editing it.
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