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to use your comp. keyboard in reason, you have to download another program from the propellerheads' site. for pc, it's 2 programs you have to get. one is called hubi's loopback device, and another is called something like "mouse keyboard". there are links on the propellerheads site. the pc version ...
hey. i use reason on a computer to do dub, and other stuff as well. the best dub stuff i've done was using my computer keyboard to "play" the parts. you don't have the different levels of sensitivity, but you can go in afterward and change the "velocity" of your notes if you want to. a nice thing a...
- Fri Dec 21, 2001 9:44 pm
- Forum: MIXING DESKS
- Topic: can i use this desk for my setup?
- Replies: 6
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hi all. this message is half statement, half question. <BR>first, my situation: <BR>i' m trying to put together a setup for a 2-man live show. my plan is to do the following: <BR>burn cd's of my preprogrammed drum tracks. (i know some of you aren't down w/ the programmed tracks, but i've been h...
- Wed Dec 12, 2001 5:33 pm
- Forum: INSTRUMENTS : DRUMS
- Topic: Do you use live drums or synths/sampling?
- Replies: 11
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i've figured out a way to get a good hihat sound in reason. (any reason users out there let me know if you know any good techniques.) the reason drum machine has a couple of slots- i know the 8 slot is one of them, where the start point of the sample can be set to vary depending on the velo...
- Wed Dec 12, 2001 5:10 pm
- Forum: OTHER
- Topic: Dub production inside the computer?
- Replies: 27
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i'm using reason to do dub on a mac. doing dub is new for me, but i really like this software, and i've been pretty happy with the results i've gotten. reason has everything you really need. limitless "analog" synths, samplers, a great drum machine, plenty of effects. and you can patch stuff togeth...