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Walk into any professional recording studio and you will see racks filled to the brim with different tools used in music production from reverb to compressors, vocoders, synths, distortion units, and parametric EQs. The studio's rack is the heart of its creative factory. Reason is no different. That is why we have outfitted your computer with a virtual rack filled with all the same gear. They look and function exactly like their hardware cousins.
Unlike a real studio, however, if you want another synth or an extra compressor you can create one from a menu rather than taking that second job or signing up for those experimental clinical drug trials.
A large format mixer is always the creative centerpiece of professional production environments. Reason 6 is no different. A musical tool in itself, the mixer is where you bring all the elements of your production together and shape them for your final release.
If the mixer looks like a big powerful pro mixer, that's because it is! Modelled after the SSL 9000k, one of the most legendary analogue studio consoles in modern music history, Reason's mixer doesn't just balance your levels... it shapes your sound. In fact, the mixer in Reason has become so popular that pro mix engineers have made it their weapon of choice to tap into the clarity, punch, and analogue characteristics provided by the modelled EQ or compressors on every channel... and that's not to mention the master bus compressor.
Although Reason is a self-contained program, it's no lone wolf in the studio world. Two key technologies make Reason a well adjusted and quite sociable citizen in the software studio.
Mouse and computer keyboard may do the job most of the time, but when you want hands-on tactile control of your music making, Remote is there to save the day. With the Remote technology, Reason comes with built-in support for all major controllers and keyboards available on the market. Knobs, faders, displays and buttons are already set up for each Reason device. You can use one controller as your master keyboard and use another for just the mixer, for instance. Remote is there right out of the box. Nothing to configure, nothing to install. It just works.
If you want to use Reason with other software products, ReWire is there to help you. ReWire works like an invisible cable that handles audio, MIDI, and sync between music applications. Reason can become a rack of instruments and play alongside another program, or sequenced entirely from the host application. ReWire has grown into an industry standard and is used in applications like ProTools, Logic, Cubase, Live, Sonar, and many more.
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I regret purchasing this as it was almost immediately superceeded by Sibelius. If Amazon had known of the immenent launch of Sibelius I as purchaser of Reason should have been... Read morePublished on 6 April 2013 by John Wilson
Bought for my husband who s a wanna be music producer. Has kept him amused for hours on end. He loves the product and fines it very easy to use.Published on 20 Sept. 2012 by Mummytoboys
Top bit of software,easy to use and logical interface ,ideal for all types of dance music, I had a tune up and running within half an hour.bPublished on 28 Aug. 2012 by Joe63