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Old 2012-11-07, 21:33
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Change the way we write music

Third party developers are currently developing new instruments and devices on how we design sound. This is where i would like to see a new feature in propellerheads where it changes and assists the way we write our music.

What if as you write a melody or progessions Reason told you it was musically incorrect or suggested alternative chords according to what key you selected?

Also what if every part you played reason offered a alternative with the style of play you used which would be unique everytime as everyone plays different?

Just a thought i had would really love to see this become a part of Reason.
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Old 2012-11-07, 22:03
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To putt it simply, that would be smokin'!
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Old 2012-11-07, 22:04
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The first time Reason tells me something I do is 'musically incorrect' it will set the following events in motion.

1)Wiping my butt with my Ignition Key
2)Mailing it to Props HQ

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Old 2012-11-08, 07:14
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I have no musical knowledge at all, I fine with it, makes music more fun.. If it sounds good - it sounds good.

Rather than figuring out progressions or being told I'm doing it wrong....

Cool idea though, just not for me =D
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Old 2012-11-08, 07:48
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if you want a program make the music for you you not want to make music.

you have a chord little programs to learn new chords and scales and try things on reason looking at this charts and learn things.
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Old 2012-11-08, 17:32
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The first time Reason tells me something I do is 'musically incorrect' it will set the following events in motion.

1)Wiping my butt with my Ignition Key
2)Mailing it to Props HQ

That will hurt your *ss twice!
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Old 2012-11-08, 18:24
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Hmmm... no comment.
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Old 2012-11-09, 02:49
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'Xcept there's no such thing as a "musically incorrect" harmony/melody/progression. It's the dissonant notes and "musically incorrect" scale transitions that separate one song from another.
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Old 2012-11-10, 09:17
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Hmmm... no comment.
Hope you have good medical insurance, Brent. You're going to need it, the way you keep biting your tongue
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Old 2012-11-10, 11:12
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Hope you have good medical insurance, Brent. You're going to need it, the way you keep biting your tongue
LOL, so true.
Welcome out Brent..
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