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Drag and drop anything and anywhere. Drag a synth lead to the rack to create a new instrument. Drag a vocal recording to the sequencer to create a new audio track. Drag samples and loops to the pads in the Kong Drum Designer to load them instantly.
Twist knobs, push buttons, move faders – Reason's interface looks and feels like an instrument and integrate well with your favorite hardware controller.
Launch Reason and everything is ready to go. The sequencer and instruments are designed by the same people, which means everything is totally integrated. No configuration or connections are needed — they are part of the same package and all the parts work seamlessly with each other.
Build your rack as you work on your song. Create instruments and effects and route them any way you want to. Add, delete, replace and tweak. Your rack is what you want it to be.
Flip the rack over to access the backside with all the cables and connectors. Here you can manually route anything to anything, just like in a real studio. Or simply leave it to Reason to automatically connect all your instruments and effects, unlike a real studio.
Easy to get started with and as deep as you want it to be – many devices have macro controls for ease of use. If you want, open them up and explore and tweak all the components within.
Dive in the deep end for deep exploration or happy experimentation, if you feel like it. Reason's devices all have Control Voltage connectors so you can connect almost anything to anything!
Sample any sound source into any of Reason’s samplers. Just hook up a sound source to the rack's sampling input and you are ready to start sampling. Use a mic, a turntable, an instrument or the entire Reason mix.
Sampling in Reason is simple and straightforward – all part of the creative process of making music. Hit the sample button and Reason starts sampling. Reason will detect the sample start automatically. You can sample when Reason is running too if you like – no need to stop the music.
If needed, bring up the built-in sample editor to set start and end points, loop points and more. This works for all loaded samples, too – not only the ones you have sampled.
Live sampling together with pitch detection of root key and automatic zone mapping makes it dead easy to sample an instrument and map the samples across the keyboard. You'll create your own multi-sampled instruments for NN-XTand NN-19 in an instant.