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Old 2012-08-07, 19:25
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Midi out!!!!!

I know this is redundant.

Why not make a "Midi Track" just as there is "Audio Track", be able to select midi channel, output etc and record midi to it?!?!?!?!?!?!??!?

I use hardware and would like to keep everything contained in reason.

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Old 2012-08-07, 22:21
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not that there aren't 7 other midi out threads going, but when I see one, I must reply......
Phuck my 2 front teeth...All I want for x-mas is my midi out.....
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Old 2012-08-08, 15:56
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It seems that Propellerheads are not confident of the sonic quality of their own bundled synths, and don't want unflattering contrasts with great synth hardware to be possible.

I get it - I had to go and buy hardware once I understood that this is a big problem. And the simple fact is that a lot of hardware synths out there sound a lot better than what Reason instruments can produce. Examples are Dave Smith Prophet 08 and MiniMoog Voyager.
Old 2012-08-08, 16:27
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Old 2012-08-08, 17:22
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1. Why you create new topic? Support Big theme abou Midi Out..
2. Hardware - we all need MidiOut. And its logical continue for new version of Reason (7 or 8).
Its #1 must have function for Reason.


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Old 2012-08-08, 19:55
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some one is already working on it .......
Old 2012-08-10, 22:27
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Redundant post, I know. But it is becoming frustrating.
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Old 2012-08-18, 13:31
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Cool Analog through midi

I can only hope that midi out becomes a reality. Although I have a ton of analog refills, nothing beats having real analog synths chugging away with the minute quirks and fluctuations in sound that make them sound the way they do. I hope this is a sooner than later addition, as I really want to use one program only for creation rather than having to spread the learning curve around too much eg. rewiring to Sonar X1. For now, I use the closest approximations of what I want knowing that when midi out arrives I can send the tracks out to be re-recorded using ye olde analogue synths anyways.
Old 2012-08-18, 13:51
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Really, if it's so much of a drag, wouldn't you be better (more logical) posting on KVR for a Reason-alike set of instruments to use in a host dripping with MIDI functionality?

I'm not saying such a thing would touch Reason's lush, elegant cohesiveness and inspiring setup. And for that matter, most highly-rated VSTs make my eyes bleed. But it would be fun looking, and you get to shake off that subservient user feeling!

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