Reasonable man wrote: ↑
27 Nov 2020
antic604 wrote: ↑
27 Nov 2020
See, that's where my "problem" with Reason lies. I can jump-start an idea in Reason super quickly, in fact much easier than in any other DAW. But then building upon it gets really difficult and labor intensive....
I have come to the conclusin that you need 3 Songfiles for every song you plan on finishing....
3 song files, that's a novel approach.
I do something similar but a little more conventional by creating a song in Reason and then bouncing down everything to WAVs and adding additional Fx, mixing and mastering it all in Cubase.
I could do a similar process in Reason alone but am not about to spend a huge amount of money to get equivalent tools that I anyway have better versions of in Cubase.
As for Reason and it's lack of track folders, hide track types and other useful visibility tools, yeah it's a hassle but if you're fastidious when naming, coloring, ordering devices properly and ruthlessly delete unwanted midi and device tracks out of the sequencer page then I think things can be kept very manageable.
I'd say Cubase has one of the best if not the best set of tools for organising your project but even then, you have to put in the work yourself, just like Reason.