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Reason Studios Reason 5
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Reason Studios Reason 5

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

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Adyssey BeatsAdyssey Beats

Not my favorite.

Reason Studios Reason 5Published on 06/25/12 at 22:40
There were no installation or compatibility issues getting Propeller Head's Reason 5 set-up. I don't really know whether or not the manual is clear or sufficient, but can guarantee that you will learn much more from tutorials online than the manual. Just explore and be creative with your sounds. That is to say, the general configuration, unless you are familiar with music production, is pretty complicated. The interface is set up to act like a rack of analogue audio equipment, so when you want to put on a new device you have to know where you want it routed to so it will work properly. This can be very complicated for people used to using Digital Audio Workstations. It may sound crazy...…
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There were no installation or compatibility issues getting Propeller Head's Reason 5 set-up. I don't really know whether or not the manual is clear or sufficient, but can guarantee that you will learn much more from tutorials online than the manual. Just explore and be creative with your sounds. That is to say, the general configuration, unless you are familiar with music production, is pretty complicated. The interface is set up to act like a rack of analogue audio equipment, so when you want to put on a new device you have to know where you want it routed to so it will work properly. This can be very complicated for people used to using Digital Audio Workstations. It may sound crazy but these DAWs are designed to make simpler the process of affecting a signal, removing unnecessary aspects such as wiring everything together. Yet Reason, whether it is for a vintage or professional look ends up making more difficult something that is made so much easier in other programs.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I installed Reason 5 on the computer in my school's production studio last year. I know it was a Mac and that the installation was a breeze, but unfortunately I can not remember the specifications of the configuration. The way I usually operated it was by using it as a ReWire application in either Ableton or Logic, which worked like a charm. I used this plug-in for around three months, getting to a point where I was very confident with the sounds I was making. Then I discovered Massive and FM8 and Absynth and kind of forgot about Reason. Honestly I think it was totally worth it to let it go - the experience I've had designing sounds in Massive et. al has been far superior to what I experienced working with Reason.

OVERALL OPINION

Overall Propeller Head's Reason 5 is a good piece of software, sure, and it can work as a stand-alone DAW. If the configuration is what you're looking for, ie you don't mind a challenge, I say go for it. As long as you give it the time and find that you are producing the sounds you want to, why not. It just wasn't the best choice for me, and I have found much better alternatives since.
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vsavagellcvsavagellc

The only Program you'll need for Music Production

Reason Studios Reason 5Published on 03/03/12 at 19:37
Reason has always been one of my favorite applications to use when it comes to music production. It's the only application that has made me put my akai mpc in the closet. The manual is very detailed and easy to follow. It goes through each instrument and it's function and it comes in more than 1 language (this is important to me at least)

like most software music production applications Reason automatically configures finding your sound card. You will have to point it to your midi device and or audio device if your device is an interface of some sort but other than that everything auto configured for you and ready to go.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

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Reason has always been one of my favorite applications to use when it comes to music production. It's the only application that has made me put my akai mpc in the closet. The manual is very detailed and easy to follow. It goes through each instrument and it's function and it comes in more than 1 language (this is important to me at least)

like most software music production applications Reason automatically configures finding your sound card. You will have to point it to your midi device and or audio device if your device is an interface of some sort but other than that everything auto configured for you and ready to go.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Reason is probably one of the most stable application on the market because everything you need to make music is right there in the box. There are no need for VST or AU plugins (which are mixing tools and or more sounds). If you need 3 drum machines then load up 3 if you need different synth sounds then create new synths sounds (or download more free or purchased). I've been using Reason for about 6-7 years. I've never had the program crash on me which is something I wish I could say about other music production applications but sadly I can't.

If you need more complex mixing configurations you can create them yourself you can make sure your music sound as dynamic as you need it without the need or use of third party applications.

OVERALL OPINION

Reason's sound quality is determined by the user. Some people claim reason doesn't sound professional truth is the user doesn't sound professional. Reason only sounds as good as the user makes it, you get out what you put in.

What I like most about Reason is the fact that everything I need for a composition is already supplied in the program and I can sound design with this application as well.

I love stacking multiple EQs and Compressors together when crafting my sounds and my system doesn't bog down as it does (when i stack) using plugins.

One thing I do not like about Reason is the fact that they haven't (and more than likely wont) incorporate Recycle as unit (which they should) it would make sampling and manipulating rex files soo much easier.

I've used other software applications but Reason is an app that sits well for me. If I had to minimize my current setup today I would work with a laptop, Reason some headphones and a small midi controller. This would give me the most flexibility when it comes to music production
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DM97DM97

Almost perfect

Reason Studios Reason 5Published on 10/30/12 at 14:05
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The installation is done it without problems?
RAS.

Have you encountered any incompatibilities?
No
The general configuration is easy?
Super simple
The manual is clear and sufficient?
yes very complete

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

What is the configuration of your computer? (Motherboard / CPU / Ram / Disk / sound card ..)
Asus motherboard, 8GB RAM, Presonus Audiobox USB

The software works he correctly on this configuration?
Works well. No crash. on the other hand sometimes a bit long to load presets. Especially KONG
What is performance? (If quantifiable)
This software + hardware is stable?
Perfectly stable. More than any other software

OVERALL OPINION

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The installation is done it without problems?
RAS.

Have you encountered any incompatibilities?
No
The general configuration is easy?
Super simple
The manual is clear and sufficient?
yes very complete

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

What is the configuration of your computer? (Motherboard / CPU / Ram / Disk / sound card ..)
Asus motherboard, 8GB RAM, Presonus Audiobox USB

The software works he correctly on this configuration?
Works well. No crash. on the other hand sometimes a bit long to load presets. Especially KONG
What is performance? (If quantifiable)
This software + hardware is stable?
Perfectly stable. More than any other software

OVERALL OPINION

How long have you been using?
4 YEARS

What is so special that you like most and least?
+ Stability. Speed ​​to pose an idea, assign samples in NN-XT. Variety of sounds. Quality of some refills. Creating sounds with either synthetic or combinator. Kong MPD26 + = Happiness.

- Audio editing. Lack an equalizer in the style of FabFilter Pro-Q. The mix is ​​a bit laborious I find this with the sequencer and mixer. Audio In (problem solved in the V6). Lack a synth style minomoog


Did you try many other models before buying it?
In the same vein FL studio, which remains well below even if the management is excellent lunchtime. Otherwise I use Studio One 2 for mixdown and my work samples.

How do you rate the quality / price?
Means. Even if the software is exceptional we are frustrated not to have access to audio editing


With experience, you do again this choice?
Yes this is my main tool of creation. In a perfect world would have more reason to noon FL studio management and quality editing, mixing and routing of studio one.
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TuganoTugano

I love it

Reason Studios Reason 5Published on 09/23/11 at 07:16
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No problem

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I own W7, 32-bit, 4 GB of RAM, a quad-core processor (which I remember lol), 35000 GO Hard disk space, sound card FirBox Presonus.

Reason 5 works great, the software is stable at 300%

OVERALL OPINION

I use Reason for the 4th volume (three years for me). I actually started the computer music with this software. What I like most about the simplicity and complexity, paradoxically because I have three years despite my use anciennté 20% of the beast, I learn every day. "The less" software -> hard to say it is so on top. Quality / price ratio execptionnel, especially when I see the price of some vsti ..

With the experience I remake that choice...…
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No problem

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I own W7, 32-bit, 4 GB of RAM, a quad-core processor (which I remember lol), 35000 GO Hard disk space, sound card FirBox Presonus.

Reason 5 works great, the software is stable at 300%

OVERALL OPINION

I use Reason for the 4th volume (three years for me). I actually started the computer music with this software. What I like most about the simplicity and complexity, paradoxically because I have three years despite my use anciennté 20% of the beast, I learn every day. "The less" software -> hard to say it is so on top. Quality / price ratio execptionnel, especially when I see the price of some vsti ..

With the experience I remake that choice for me because Reason is the top of Midi sequencer, and more stable than the bcp Vsti ..
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  • Manufacturer: Reason Studios
  • Model: Reason 5
  • Series: Reason
  • Category: Electronic Music Sequencers
  • Added in our database on: 05/24/2010

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