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Old 2013-02-08, 04:37
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Originally Posted by ayello View Post
I don't agree at all.
i m not a fan boy.
I have ears too.
I came from Protools + Plugs : Fm8 , Massive, Kontakt etc.
I would n't say that Reason Sound better than this stuff,
To me Reason is different, it get his own sound;
Yes , it request IMHO a little tweaking everytime, but how many wonderfull Massive patches are really useable ?
Reason offers the chance to personalise deeply each sounds , i don't talk about the stability, no need.
I recently re open Protools for trying a trial version of a Rtas plug , and i had to run away quickly, i was horrified with the interface and the workflow.
The other day , i was need an harpsichord sound, and i was first disapointed with the stock sounds, but after some tweaking, i achiece a sound that i prefer now than the ones a have in Kontakt who are supposed to be top notch.
Of course every improvment in the Reason sound quality will be welcome, but to me it already sounds awesome today.

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Michel

"to me reason is different, it gets its own sound"

+1. I have tracked the same setup in my studio to all the DAW's I own. no processing and what i get is a 'different sound' in Reason.

DARE I say Fuzzy. Perhaps there is some algorithm that is always on when you 'bounce' the tracks? whatever the case, there is something. . . just not scientific enough to state.

by the by, I use reason as my primary DAW. ease of use over what i can get quality sound wise out of other DAW's is what keeps me. There is something not quite as 'robust' sounding when mixing in reason compared to other DAW's.