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Sonicbyte says

Just check this new video from propellerheads…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ziDR9pJOl6M
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LGuitarB says

It might be, but then again if I’m comfortable with the one I’m using why change? I’m into making music, not into figuring out new software.

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TheRedGiant says

I’ve never been a fan of Reason, but this Rack Extensions thing looks extremely cool.

In fact, I might try Reason again now if only to check out the SDK for this stuff :>

BTW there’s this older but more thorough video too: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=YIsBdvLaCEY (Rack Extensions-related info at around 15 min into the video, and dev-specific info at 34 min).

Thanks for the heads up, Sonicbyte!

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TortoiseTree says

Reason FTW !! I’m a die hard reason fan and I approve of this video!!

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Sonicbyte says

As said in the video “Reason makes technology disappears” , for me is the perfect platform, I tried ProTools, Cubase, Nuendo, Live, and lots more….but for me there is no like Reason, I love it, and now that I’m be able to add external plugins….ding ding ding, sold !!

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Basspartout says

I tried Reason back in 2002 via Rewire with Cubase and loved it from the beginning. It was so well programmed, never crashed and sounded so good. When I started again with PC recording in 2011 after a 7 year break, I totally forgot about it, because it still couldnt record Audio. Now I find it really interesting and being able to use external plugins…wow.

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FlossieWood says

I love Reason I have the Reason and Record package, and having never used a DAW before picked it up so quickly it is so user friendly. I am now tempted to upgrade…..!

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Jonah-B says

Reason is looking better with each release! I’m unfortunately still stuck with v5 until I get a system upgrade. Reason 5, even with all of it’s limitations, has always been my “comfort zone” music software. I’ve used a lot of DAWs, but something about Reason’s design just feels more intuitive to me. Rewire at least makes it easy to work around it’s limitations. V6 and 6.5 seem to have fixed my biggest complaints. I’m still iffy about the avoidance of VST , but they do seem to be offering a nice alternative.

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Jonah-B says

Reason is looking better with each release! I’m unfortunately still stuck with v5 until I get a system upgrade. Reason 5, even with all of it’s limitations, has always been my “comfort zone” music software. I’ve used a lot of DAWs, but something about Reason’s design just feels more intuitive to me. Rewire at least makes it easy to work around it’s limitations. V6 and 6.5 seem to have fixed my biggest complaints. I’m still iffy about the avoidance of VST , but they do seem to be offering a nice alternative.

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vaisnava says

Super cool… :) Very nice to see all the developers that make good software. I don’t know if I will make the $witch, but I imagine one could not go wrong if they learn it well.

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