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AmnioDrown 2007-01-18 16:50

Surely a new Props product will be a compliment to Reason..?
 
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They've said there won't be audio-in in Reason and I've heard the rumours there's going to be a whole new product. I doubt they'd just ditch Reason now as it's still so profitable so surely they'll just release a new product which is fully compitable and a compliment to Reason, no? For example, a new product with audio in, multitrack for real-time audio, recycle and wav editing capabilities and rewire to include your Reason work...? Maybe even some VST/DX plugin capability? Sure, there's a myriad of other apps like that already on the market but at least everything would be under the same roof.
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AmnioDrown 2007-01-19 10:36

So there is an update on the way!
 
http://tn3-2.deviantart.com/fs6/300W...y_Scabtree.jpg
So there is an update on the way... I'm glad, more soft-synths for us and Rewire already allows us the audio in capabilities we need.

: They've said there won't be audio-in in Reason and I've heard the rumours there's going to be a whole new product. I doubt they'd just ditch Reason now as it's still so profitable so surely they'll just release a new product which is fully compitable and a compliment to Reason, no? For example, a new product with audio in, multitrack for real-time audio, recycle and wav editing capabilities and rewire to include your Reason work...? Maybe even some VST/DX plugin capability? Sure, there's a myriad of other apps like that already on the market but at least everything would be under the same roof.
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