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Record from Propheads

Post by chuckcogan » Mon 11 May, 2009 12:00 pm



http://www.propellerheads.se/products/record/

looking good me thinks :D
nice integration with reason, think im gonna be all over this
the mixer looks awsome :D
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Re: Record from Propheads

Post by Steve Sole » Mon 11 May, 2009 2:14 pm

It does look pretty sweet, but is it not aimed at bands etc?
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Re: Record from Propheads

Post by chuckcogan » Mon 11 May, 2009 7:18 pm

when you look at that commercial is certainly looks like that, but dont think its specifically aimed at bands
but for me as a "reason" user this looks pretty damn sweet
an easier way of getting audio in the mix then using reason with rewire...cos rewire is just a hassle
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Re: Record from Propheads

Post by Steve Sole » Mon 11 May, 2009 7:26 pm

Why not just jump ship and head for Logic or Cubase or something?
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Re: Record from Propheads

Post by chuckcogan » Mon 11 May, 2009 10:20 pm

first of im on PC so Logic is out of the question
secondly, i have tried Cubase, Live, Sonar & Reaper and thy all make music making a real pain
while with Reason, atleast for me, its FUN, easy & fast to work with
im not saying its the miracle tool or anything, it just fits my way of working i guess

so while Record probably aint bringing that much new to the DAW market
it seems, atleast for me, to be a great way of getting more out of Reason :)
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Re: Record from Propheads

Post by darlo » Fri 15 May, 2009 9:41 am

I love the concept of Reason but I have too many VSTs to jump. I have always loved Project 5 by Cakewalk. It has a better work flow than Sonar which I have also. The only down sides are that it's not multi core compatable and they stopped development. It's going dirt cheap now. Try and acquire a copy chuck see what you think?

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