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Old 2012-11-22, 07:02
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Originally Posted by nhansen View Post
Btw, Reason as ReWire host automatically makes it a studio master (thats the whole point of ReWire) and Reason is not equipped for that. One would have to at least add one new Channel type, MIDI channels. Where do you assign the ReWire slaves channels to these? How do you assign MIDI outputs? Who wants to use Reasons piano roll to edit MIDI over any other app anyway? Also it would for the first time allow other applications to sync to Reason. Hows that not being a master?
Sorry, I meant it wouldn't be a STUDIO master, but of course it would be a ReWire master in that particular installment. You know, Live CAN be a ReWire host BUT it is not usually viewed as a Studio master at all. As for Reason not being equipped for that, I think this is the whole point of the feature suggestion suggestion, innit? Reason was not equipped for audio recording either, it had zero audio tracks, but they implemented what was needed for that, didn't they? As I have said, I see nothing illogical in it and I gave an example in my previous post, however it is not a feature I NEED or care much about to be honest.
 

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