Propellerhead Software
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Old 2012-10-12, 11:51
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Phillips screw heads...My God! What has the world come to? Only Allen Key bolts will do, preferably M7...maybe make a hidden (lost) Allen Key too...one that falls down and becomes entangled into the cables whenever the unit is expanded - just like reality.

The surface of a rack spacers should be slightly tarnished and faintly reflect the perfect studio that we aspire to but will sadly never own.

Have a great day : )
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Old 2012-10-12, 14:38
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Phillips screw heads...My God! What has the world come to? Only Allen Key bolts will do, preferably M7...maybe make a hidden (lost) Allen Key too...one that falls down and becomes entangled into the cables whenever the unit is expanded - just like reality.

The surface of a rack spacers should be slightly tarnished and faintly reflect the perfect studio that we aspire to but will sadly never own.

Have a great day : )
I don't know about you, but my Reason rack is like the world of Tron—and it's real. I go inside my computer. If you haven't done so, I advise you do soon. I found tons of dust bunnies back here. Also, Propellerhead isn't based out of Sweden (that's just a coverup). They are in your computer.
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Old 2012-10-17, 00:02
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What about Bantam cables instead of the regular 1/4"? Some of the gear wouldn't be able to plug into other pieces unless you got the RE adaptors 1/4" to Bantam. You could buy a set of 10 adaptors for $9 That's less than $1 each which would be a good deal.
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Old 2012-10-17, 00:19
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Also, Propellerhead isn't based out of Sweden (that's just a coverup). They are in your computer.
I always have wondered why my computer makes those funny sounds.

I should open my computer up more.
 

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