Today we’re going to pretend we can play music better than we actually can. link
Today we’re going to pretend we can play music better than we actually can
A few weeks on from its arrival, and the 7.0.1 update is now available (update news via KVR – and let’s not forget the Reason Essentials equivalent v2.0.1).
I (Sam F) have had chance to play a bit with some of the new features and will talk about them in the show today…
… (update) Adam Jansch and I talked about:
- External MIDI – connect the Reason rack to outside world!
- Faders in the rack view of a mix/audio channel – the mute, solo, pan and level controls of the mixer strip are now mirrored on the rack.
- Spectrum analyser – a floating window that gives a frequency domain view of a track with an overlay option for editing the EQ curves of the channel.
- New stuff in in the sound banks
- Bus mixing of mixer channels gives new routing options (could also have mentioned the parallel processing options now available)
- Requires Win7 / OSX.7 or above
Would I recommend it?
Yes, it’s a lot of fun and super quick to get something musical going on; beyond that there are many ways in which one can go deeper into the program if you choose to. Having a play with Reason 7 in demo mode is definitely worth it – especially if you have external midi gear hanging around…
Making music with Reason 7 is seriously enjoyable, as long as you don’t take yourself too seriously.
- Google Play Music All Access
- Steinberg updates
- Digital Performer 8
- Get On Down releasing TR-909 CD Tribute
- Steinberg Notation
and in plunder, Daft Question. History of Pro Tools Hardware. Whats the Difference Between the SM58 and the Beta58A.
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