Those Colorful Noodles

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deepndark
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Post 24 Jan 2015

What are all those colorful noodles on the backside of Reason?
Ok, a bad joke! Anyway, I'm investing into CV-world so my question is:
What is the best or actually the most useful CV RE and why?

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Jagwah
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Post 24 Jan 2015

Euclid Rhythm Generator.

I'm not the only one that thinks this.
Beautiful and unique percussion in a matter of seconds, killer arpeggiator, and it truly inspires experimentation. :comp:
:reason: Props gonna prop

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selig
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Post 24 Jan 2015

They're all useful, depending on what you're trying to do! ;)

The one I'm enjoying lately is Korde - seems to work the way my mind works (when it does work). :)
Selig Audio, LLC

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Olivier
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Post 24 Jan 2015

What helped me along was getting a feel of the signals that are actually going through the cables.
Personally i've been using Revolt for this. But i can see RVL-1 and Skope be very usefull in that respect too.


:reason: V9 | i7 5930 | Motu 828 MK3 | Win 10

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CharlyCharlzz
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Post 24 Jan 2015

I would say that xf-morfin does cv curve fading so that Is a exclusif feat , also all the free splitters are awesome !

it all depend like Selig says , I would think the CV spider from the box is the most usefull but thats no RE so maybe the RE version of that :)

CV signal splitters I would say because most do the same thing  !
It does not die , it multiplies !

 7.101 and I will upgrade maybe this summer .

deepndark
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Post 24 Jan 2015

Thanks! Well I have to go and have a trial of the recommended CV Tools and see if some of them do something Reason natives don't. :)

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