Sonic State Studio / Virtual/Soft synths / PROPELLERHEADS Reason 2.5

Average rating: 8.7/10 out of 10

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tnarb a Professional user from mozambique writes:
awwwwwwwwwwwwwwww yeahhhhhhhhhhhhh i can make mungdongalin sounds that i have only heard once on the bottom of a deep sea trench. i love the shuffleloppagis

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Monday, 30-Jun-03 at 7:30
rivot a Professional user from USA writes:
Well qchapter, why dont you take a look again on theyr website. After a certain point of buying the program, you have to pay for the upgrade. Yes it is free for those who bought it after a certain date.
And i never said that 2.5 wasnt cool, reread my post again. And dont be so quik to dish out comments like yours, thats the probelm with these sites, people love to snap back with comments. What am i smokin, good one.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Thursday, 19-Jun-03 at 2:58
qchapter a part-timer user from US writes:
Rivot, Take a whiff. Reason 2.5 is the poo! The upgrade from 2.0 to 2.5 is FREE. I'm not sure what rivot was smokin' as he was postin'. With 2.5 you get the addition of an awesome distortion unit (sream), a fabulous new reverb unit, a very flexible vocoder with up to 512 bands, and last but citainly not least the spider cv/audio splitters which turn your virtual rack into a modular synth monster.

Props to Propellerheads!

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Wednesday, 18-Jun-03 at 19:29
rivot a Professional user from USA writes:
Well, this update is killer. Even though it really should have been free. Seeing as how they didnt add enough to justify 89$ Yeh this seems like nagging but, the software world is moving forward.
And unfortunately the Propellerheads are not. They have added some really cool additions. The scream distortion is amazing, it can also do fidelity effects. And the new reverb rules. They do have great ideas. But its really frustrating when Fruity Loops has passed Reason in terms of features. The main feature im sure people want is vsti support/midi out.
The most frequent response is, buy cubase or etc. Why? thats a $500+ program. Just to use some vst synths? why when fruityloops has this feature, and the full version is 149. Whats being offered to us now? Project 5 has even surpased this, it can handle vsti and if you need you can rewire for further expandability.
This is software people, not synths. The software world is so open. Why hinder it? Software does not become vintage, why hold back progress. Especially when companies with mediocre programs are passing Reason by, in imho Reason is the best one. And if it had vsti/midi out, There would be no contest. Even if they made a small update that a rewire program, that had vsti/midi out support.
Ill keep using Reason, but im not super happy.

posted Friday, 13-Jun-03 at 13:0
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Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Sunday, 18-May-03 at 16:45
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