Sonic State Studio / Virtual/Soft synths / PROPELLERHEADS Reason

Average rating: 8.3/10 out of 10

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olafmol from netherlands writes:
nothing is ever perfect ;) as long as it's good enough to make music with ;)


posted Tuesday, 13-Mar-01 at 12:29
Jens a part-timer user from Swe writes:
But still, when you can use AKAI samples/programs in NN19 it will be perfect!

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Tuesday, 13-Mar-01 at 11:31
olafmol from netherlands writes:
this is getting like a real disease...people being all happy and mushy about Reason (or any other hardware or software to create music) and after 1 day using it complaining about "i would be really cool to have some more modules etc." can do EVERYTHING you want with Reason, the MU128 and XP30 are plain sample-based synths..use the NN19 for those kind of sounds... the only thing people cannot buy these days for making music is one essential ingredient: CREATIVITY..

you won't become more creative with even more modules, on the contrary..


posted Tuesday, 13-Mar-01 at 4:31
Keith a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I opted on reason ($300 US) versus getting a Korg Trinity (easily soaring towards $3000 US). What a good choice. I have never been able to get my ideas out so quickly. I work in the software business and this is the single most innovative product I've seen since search engines. A+++ The only complaint is that I wish there were more virutal synths ... like perhaps a Yamaha MU128 or Roland XP-30 like software module.

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Tuesday, 13-Mar-01 at 1:41
FruitCake a hobbyist user from England writes:
I have waited a long time for Reason. The fist time I saw it I knew I was in deeply in love with this software.

All I've ever wanted was a stable program that works on a modest computer and sounds good. Reason fullfils all of these criteria. It is the only piece of music software that has never crashed - and I have been using it almost daily since it came out. My favourite rack is Dr Rex. You can have endless fun with this and soon Recycle 2 will be availeable to create stereo rex files.

Ive made a few tunes and posted them at my web site The're prety cheesy and don't do Reason justice but what the hell !

Whatever you do, buy Reason

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Monday, 05-Mar-01 at 12:29
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