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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
With the new mastering suite,your sounds can pack a punch. But it would of been even better if it had some type of recylcing device where you can chop of your samples.

Price paid

$400

Pretty simple to use. Everything seems standard, at least for me.But lets say for the average Joe it might take a month or so to fully understand every tool.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Reason 3.0 is pack with a ton of new sounds.The sound has gotten alot better, though I wish they had better strings. If your looking for a Hip/Hop production tool,look for reasons 3.0.But reasons isn't just made for Hip/Hop.

Great quality and great durability. Its not reasons you have to worry about its really how good of shape is your PC in. Reason 3.0 takes up alot of memory,not too much though. Nothing real noticable. Souldn't effect your internet speed or nothing like that.

OVERALL OPINION

I simply can't leave this program alone. How bad I always wanted a MPC,reason 3.0 is addictive.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: FireKid ( 6-, 2005)
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