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Reason Studios Reason 3.0
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Reason Studios Reason 3.0

Electronic Music Sequencer from Reason Studios belonging to the Reason series.

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Publié le 10/31/08 à 16:00
Good features, every software has some features that others don't. Reason lacks midi out and vst support though.

Price paid

$399.98

I began with FL Studio and picked it up within the first couple hours. Reason takes a little bit longer to get the hang of. But it is still much easier to figure out than progs such as cubase.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

The sound quality from the refills that come with reason are simply amazing. wow. You can achieve excellent sound quality with most of the stuff in reason if you know what you're doing... If you want a simple solution to sound quality you can achieve it in other programs more easily using plugins.
No problems or unexpected error, thereve' been a lot of bugs in other software i've used. haven't found any yet here.

OVERALL OPINION

I love the way everything looks in reason, the layout is nice and I really like that fact that you can learn a little about harware while using it. I think that's very innovative.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: Esthetix ( 9-, 2005)
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