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msascha 2004-02-05 03:13

New Product: I have a dream :-)
 
I really can say that I'm seriously in love with Reason. It's by far the most intuitive and fun application I use for making music (or senseless noise as some of my friends say).

What would be really, really (*repeat at least 100. times) great would be a companion product to Reason called "Reason Modular" or something like that.

A modular system combined with the ease of use of Reason (I don't know how to make music without using my "Tab" key anymore :-)).

I imagine a rack like reason but with modules found in a typical modules synth (VCOs, VCAs, VCFs, Waveshaper, Sample Divider - whatever). The look and feel of Reason and the power of a modular synth.

Something build in "Reason Modular" could then be integrated into a regular Reason Rack using something like the ReBirth Module today (which - by the way - is absolutely useless on MacOS X; *hint *hint). Needless to say that one would be able to add multiple different "Reason Modular" patches to a Reason Rack.

For my part I have lots of CPU power to spare - my Dual-G5 would be more than happy with the idea to spend power for an absolutely great app like "Reason Modular".

And by the way - please add a more sophisticated step sequencer to Reason (or "Reason Modular" if that ever could become reality). I would like to be able to manipulate the gate length of individual steps, set the next step, have fw, bw, ping pong and random play modes and so on and so on...

Ok, that's all for today - I definitely need some sleep to dream even more :-)
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msascha 2004-02-05 03:28

Re: New Product: I have a dream :-)
 
Oh, one more thing...

Just as some kind of inspiration about what kind of modules would be possible:

http://www.doepfer.de/a100.htm
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almccallum 2004-02-05 04:59

Re: New Product: I have a dream :-)
 
I am currently working on modular synthesis techniques within reason.

I can sed you the RNS if so desired.

I will upload and RPS to the archive

just check under andrewlowther or almccallum to find it.

andrew
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msascha 2004-02-05 11:02

Re: New Product: I have a dream :-)
 
:I am currently working on modular synthesis techniques
:within reason.

While that's something pretty interesting for sure - it doesn't add up to beeing a full modular synth.
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mintminx 2004-02-12 13:48

New Product: I have a mint idea
 
hey i have this really good idea. i want to design a piace of music software.

it would be like some turntables thats all i am saying.

MIDISwede 2004-02-12 15:02

Re: New Product: I have a mint idea
 
A turntable similator device?
It already exists. At the moment I can't recall who makes it though. If I find it I'll post it here.

Rob

msascha 2004-02-12 15:41

Re: New Product: I have a mint idea
 
:A turntable similator device?

Final Scratch...


http://www.finalscratch.com/

MIDISwede 2004-02-12 17:40

Here's a couple more...
 
I have seen a package like Reason with a turntable device in it but I can't find it now. Neither of these are the one I found before but here they are anyway.

http://www.glipro.com/help_intro.asp

or

http://www.otslabs.com/

Good luck!

Rob


msascha 2004-02-12 20:00

Re: Here's a couple more...
 
http://www.arturia.com/images/studio_hiphop.jpg
I have seen a package like Reason with a turntable
: device in it but I can't find it now. Neither of
:these are the one I found before but here they are
:anyway.

Maybe you mean Storm by Arturia? (see picture)

MIDISwede 2004-02-12 20:03

Re: New Product: I have a dream :-)
 
"Reason Modular", or derivatives of such a thing, are being discussed in several threads. It would be a major increase in the flexibility of Reason if this is implemented. I would pay a bit more for it! :)

Rob


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