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  • johnnygojohnnygo

    Reason 8

    Reason Studios Reason 8Published on 11/29/15 at 05:11
    I use Reason 8.3 64 bit with a Focusrite Saffire6 usb Audio/midi interface.
    My PC is quite old now,pentium dual core 2.4ghz with 8gb ram,Reason seemss less cpu intensive than most other daws i have used.
    Sound quality can sometimes appeara bit thin,i usually rewire it to cubase to use decent quality Mastering plugins to beef up the sound.
    I jumped from using Reason 2.5 to 8 so i am still slowly learning how to use Reason with all the new stuff compared to my old 2.5 version.
  • TuganoTugano

    Actually it's more of a SHIFT

    Reason Studios Reason 8Published on 10/02/14 at 07:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Installation without concern, as always with this software ..

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    My PC configuration: Windows 7 64Bit I5 8GB of RAM for storage 3.5TO.

    My card Sound: The Firebox Presonus (sound card that I love for info)

    no worries configuration between Reason and my PC, I also rarely had problems with Reason must be clear, this software is remarkably stable.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use Reason since version 4 At the time I had versions cracker but since 6 I decided to give a few euros to the Swedish firm for any work worthy of his hire.

    I tried Cubase (which I use for voice) and Studio One which recently is the software I like to use with Reason Rewire in and m…
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    Installation without concern, as always with this software ..

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    My PC configuration: Windows 7 64Bit I5 8GB of RAM for storage 3.5TO.

    My card Sound: The Firebox Presonus (sound card that I love for info)

    no worries configuration between Reason and my PC, I also rarely had problems with Reason must be clear, this software is remarkably stable.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use Reason since version 4 At the time I had versions cracker but since 6 I decided to give a few euros to the Swedish firm for any work worthy of his hire.

    I tried Cubase (which I use for voice) and Studio One which recently is the software I like to use with Reason Rewire in and mastering. PS Studio One is excellent.

    Reason I like because in the end I learned with this software and cabling provides an infinite possibility, I find different ways to work with each use.

    In terms of Version 8, bought for me € 129, I tank, it is a "greed" because in the end it's more of a MAJ. But no regrets, I'm not at € 129.
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