Reason is basically a suite of synthesisers/samplers/instruments with basic sequencing facilities. It is a good starting point for digital audio, but has no live/acoustic recording. I tend just to use it as an instrument bank now.BakedBeans said:What does reason do that logic express/pro doesn't do?
i don't agree. the stuff i do in reason sounds way different than what my friend matt does in reason. in fact, i'm unable to tell the difference of him doing something in reason and him doing something in GB, because whatever he does and however he does it, it sounds like him.howesey said:everything that is made in Reason sounds like it is made in Reason
hey, thanks a lot. i did the programming in reason, then we dumped it into pro tools to add bass, acoustic guitar, and vox. it was mixed in PT.ldenman said:dude.i dig that pilot song. What all do you use to record?
yeah, it's way unfinished. i've not done any automation on the vocals yet. the guy who added the instruments in Pilot is going to add guitar and vocal harmony in Mixtape, then it's going back to Matt, who's going to redo the Reason instrumentation. what's there now was really nothing more than a guide track for Katie, the vocalist.just a note, on the mixtape song, i think the vocals should be turned down just a bit.
Yeh, it'd be a shame if electronic music sounded like it was made with... electronics.thumper said:Reason is fun, but you wouldnt want that sound on your real music.
I agree.thumper said:Reason is for audio noobs.
i still dont like the "Reason" sound... its still
there in 3.0
Everytime i hear a reason song it hurts my ears.
i swear sometimes it like people are just pressing
the 'random button' and calling it a song.
Reason is fun for a short bit... once you wanna
get more serious with your music youll have to
id recommend saving for Logic, or just go buy Reaktor.
Reaktor is amazing and the VL voices are 'breathtaking'
Reason is fun, but you wouldnt want that sound on your real music.
you agree because others told you it was so? sorry, i can't respect that kind of opinion. as a sound engineer, you should know better than to form opinions in such a manner.howesey said:I agree.
I have heard many in the industry reffer to Reason "that program kids use in their bedrooms". I have never had much experience using Reason as I'm a Sound Engineer, but others have told me all thing made in Reason sound like they are made in Reason.
if you take Reason, and Reaktor.. (or Absynth, korg trition,yamaha motif)zimv20 said:you agree because others told you it was so? sorry, i can't respect that kind of opinion. as a sound engineer, you should know better than to form opinions in such a manner.
in the Electronic industry... i dont know ANYONE who would use Reasoncr2sh said:Yeh, it'd be a shame if electronic music sounded like it was made with... electronics.
Let me get guess, real music involves a 12-string and big thick synth pads?