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Old 2012-10-04, 17:15
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Question Faster File Browser !!!!!

An example.
I open the file browser on Thor.
It takes about 15-20 seconds until the window opens.
The next step is to choose a different directory.
This will take 15-20 seconds again.

Same in NN19 if I want to load a WAV file.
I have directories with 1000 Kick Drums / Snaredrums / hihats and more
It takes 20 seconds and more to view the contents of these directories,
where my wavefiles are in.

Selecting the main folder (c: \ Program Files \ Propp .. \ Reason)
always takes much too long! (20 sec)

or is this normal (in Reason)?????


With Cubase and Fruityloops this goes in 250ms?!


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Old 2012-10-04, 17:38
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it's normal in Reason .... yhea I know I'm Swiss so I can tell when it's sloooooooooooooow!
ssd or spliting in smaller files are one of the solutions !
in wich place you have them sounds ? it may be a wrong place watch out !
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Old 2012-10-05, 11:38
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okay, I'm not surprised about that.
the place can´t be wrong.. in FL-Studio its fast (250ms to open folders and show the content, cubase also.)

to open another song, it takes 27 seconds!
just to open the window. after clicking on file open to choose a song.
(not to load the song)!!

all my Refills and Patches are in the Reason Folder. ~80GB on Refill stuff and Patches.

My Samples are on C:\SamplingCD\ XXX
sorted in (i think) 50-60 subfolders (Kicks/Snares/hihats/bongos/Congas/Tablas/Rim/Crashes/bass/pads/leads/etc.pp.)
round about 180GB one shot samples ;-)

spliting is no solution for me..
but an Solid State Drive (SSD)

Mushkin Chronos 2,5" SSD 480 GB for 294€
okay i think i have to order one.. or two^^

and it is sure that it goes faster then? with a SSD ????
this is no "reason progamm-code" problem ??
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Old 2013-06-21, 14:12
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it's normal in Reason .... yhea I know I'm Swiss so I can tell when it's sloooooooooooooow!
ssd or spliting in smaller files are one of the solutions !
in wich place you have them sounds ? it may be a wrong place watch out !

I have SSD - 550mb read 530m write. - Its still slow loading. Im using an i7 quad, 1600mhz RAM - no bottlenecks on my computer...

+1 for faster file browser - or even the ability to 'catalogue' files or select them and return to the rack while it loads the samples...
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Old 2013-06-21, 18:52
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All I can say is...welcome to Propellerhead. This is obviously a company that believes "change", in some respect, is a bad thing. We probably won't get a new browser until 2050, at Propellerheads pace to implementing something as standard as "drag n drop".
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Old 2013-08-16, 18:44
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Change is practically everything they are doing all days long when updating Reason, you gotta have a screw loose man!
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Old 2013-08-16, 19:49
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you gotta have a screw loose man!
you too !!!
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Old 2012-10-05, 12:20
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If you will have less files in folder Reason opens faster. I think its doing something with file cash.
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Old 2012-10-06, 05:08
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An example.
I open the file browser on Thor.
It takes about 15-20 seconds until the window opens.
The next step is to choose a different directory.
This will take 15-20 seconds again.

Same in NN19 if I want to load a WAV file.
I have directories with 1000 Kick Drums / Snaredrums / hihats and more
It takes 20 seconds and more to view the contents of these directories,
where my wavefiles are in.

Selecting the main folder (c: \ Program Files \ Propp .. \ Reason)
always takes much too long! (20 sec)

or is this normal (in Reason)?????


With Cubase and Fruityloops this goes in 250ms?!
Yes please fix this its really,really slow especially on the first browse.
And pretty dang slow all the way! +1

I have a fairly new system and nothing helps, of course its fast with just the reason sound banks but that's a little limited isn't it?
Props please look into this.
Thanks
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Old 2012-10-06, 12:01
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I also found the browser slow. +1 on adding a SSD.

SSDs are not cheap, but will transform the way you use Reason. Loading the program too, when you just want a quick fix.

But keep your music creations on a HDD. SSDs are not as reliable.
 

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