And they did a pretty great job integrating Reason and Record back into one product I reckon.
Reason Rack Extensions would be hot off the list as the next big thing I reckon.
Can't you just select the audio clips and choose a tiny fade-in / fade-out amount at the top of the sequencer?
I don’t think that sort of overlapping fade works...whichever clip is “on top” is the only one you’re hearing. the result isn’t really a crossfade. you’ll hear whichever one’s on top completely fade in (or out), but the fade for whichever clip is on the bottom will be cut off by the clip on top. I could be wrong, but I’m fairly certain that’s how it works.CloudsOfSound wrote: ↑29 Apr 2019Can't you just select the audio clips and choose a tiny fade-in / fade-out amount at the top of the sequencer?
No need to go into comp edit.
Don't know if this is "proper crossfading", but it usually works for me...
Yeah totally agree. Which is why the stuff that excites me is the mundaine workflow/organisational stuff haha. Like a tag/keyword based search for presets and devices. And all the other stuff I mentioned.hurricane wrote: ↑30 Apr 2019I'm not highly anticipating the next version of Reason because I have no idea what they're planning, and you can speculate all you want, but you don't know either. You can dream - and honestly that idea of turning Reason into Reaktor is just that - a dream...and a very niche dream at that. A more practical and popular update would target the countless people that use Reason to make hip hop, all the singer/songwriters that use Reason as a simple sketchpad, and all the brand new users who started out on R10 (since it is climbed that R10 was the most successful update in Reason history). Then there's the good lot of us who use Reason to actually make music and could give a flying f*ck about "building stuff" (like me lol), and the top-40 EDM guys who are all about presets and working fast.
This is why I don't think Propellerhead are going to geek-out Reason anytime soon, and if they are, it'll be baby steps, not a full blown, sudden transformation. Because can you imagine - "Reason 11 - The Modular Synth The 40 People on Reasontalk Always Wanted" - yeah, that's not going to happen.
Olivier put this together a couple years ago. Perhaps you'll find it helpful.
Yeah it's there.
Yeah. Didn't S1 people come from Cubase?CloudsOfSound wrote: ↑30 Apr 2019Another Reason why I use Studio One 4 Professional for all my recording needs. It actually is a professional recording solution.
When you join two events in S1, it creates tiny crossfades automatically (if enabled in settings), plus you have a bunch of options via right-click menu and also through the use of Macros. You can basically write your own functionality for what happens when merging events through a macro if you're not satisfied with the built in functionality.
Propellerhead needs to get their basic functionality in place if they want to be considered a competitor in todays DAW market.
Yes, S1 development was originally lead by two influential developers from Steinberg, now one of them has switched to EastWest Studios, but still some great developers left.reggie1979 wrote: ↑30 Apr 2019
Yeah. Didn't S1 people come from Cubase?
Remember, again, I just found basic xfading it's just not as easy as the S1 model.
S1 is a robust unit (was just talking about this on another site) but I always feel like I'm learning it instead of getting things done. Also, I didn't like the ATOM and found that the faderport 2018 to be too remedial vs the faderport 8.....which I didn't want to buy (I don't really have the real estate for it anyways) and just canceled my splice.
Honestly, Reason does just about everything I really need and if I was a serious mixing I could just re-apply my splice and use it that way.
I was thinking the same thing - that we were due. But with the additional coding to do 10.3, I think the timeline has been moved to the fall.fieldframe wrote: ↑02 May 2019It can be hard to compare levels of anticipation historically, but in terms of cyclic anticipation, we're at the peak! We are now officially 18 months past the release of Reason 10, which is (checking my spreadsheet) slightly above the three-version average. So Reason 11 could be announced any day now.
I’d be incredibly surprised if they hadn’t been working on the performance issues in both 10.3 and 11 in parallel. I doubt the work there has pushed the next major version back significantly.stratatonic wrote: ↑02 May 2019I was thinking the same thing - that we were due. But with the additional coding to do 10.3, I think the timeline has been moved to the fall.fieldframe wrote: ↑02 May 2019It can be hard to compare levels of anticipation historically, but in terms of cyclic anticipation, we're at the peak! We are now officially 18 months past the release of Reason 10, which is (checking my spreadsheet) slightly above the three-version average. So Reason 11 could be announced any day now.
I'm not even going to say what I want either. Propellerhead never seems to listen anyways.
I'm looking forward to see what they offer for R11. Maybe it'll be time for me to make the move from R8.
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