This is not fair...Reason 3 on Sound on Sound
Yes i know. I am not registered user so i can not speak so loud, but whatever i am there are some registered users.
So why am i p**** off?
Well i visit this board every day and at least 20 to 30 times in search for any i mean ANY kind of information about upcomming Reason 3.0 or whatever.
And all the time i was thinking how Props are cool, they have realy awesome marketing srategy, i mean about all these puzzles and secrets about new Reason etc.etc. Realy cool.
Then i go on Sound on Sound online and what can i see. Pretty good pics of Combinator and pretty good sh*t about details in new Reason.
"And the word is that version 3 will contain several new features designed with live performance in mind. For example, the new Combinator module (pictured below) allows users to consruct chains of Reason instrument, effects and sequencer modules and save them as a combi patch. Users can thereby recall complex setups instantly.
Propellerhead have for a long time been resisting requests from many users to incorporate audio recording, third-party plug-in hosting and other DAW-type features into Reason, and there?s no change to their stance in version 3. Indeed, Propellerhead make it clear that they see Reason as the software alternative to a hardware workstation synth, with the same capabilities for composing, production and now live performance too.
Another new module is MClass, a mastering suite featuring a four-band parametric and shelving EQ, a compressor/maximiser and a look-ahead limiter.
Other new features in version 3 that have been confirmed so far include a new, expanded soundbank, with more multisampled instruments and a range of combi patches, a new browser featuring text searches, Favourites folders and audition play of all samples and patches via MIDI, and out-of-the-box integration with most major control surfaces, including support for motorised faders and controller displays.
We expect many more details of the new version to be revealed before Reason v3 becomes available in early 2005.
So Props... what is this if i can ask?
How is possible that SoS have better treatment then your registered users? Or this is another cool marketing strategy?
Dont get me wrong. But in all logical sense this is not fair. At least not fair in your registered customer direction.
Sorry for my bad typing.
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