They seem to really need the money: REASON 12 UPGRADE 60% OFF

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mond8419
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Post 20 Jun 2022

I haven't got a computer that can run R12 just now but at this price it makes sense just to have it there for when I do. Hopefully this will give their coffers a filling. I'd say they are struggling but who isn't right now, they've chosen to shake the business model just in time for a looming world recession. I'm happy to support them and would've had no trouble upgrading at the original price if my CPU was newer, can always have R11 or10 Installed still in case of issues.

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Post 20 Jun 2022

moofi wrote:
19 Jun 2022
Yeah well, the maths is pretty simply in this case. Everything that´s above 31$ you can buy via 29 forever everything below you can buy like it is or wait for a sale :-)

The new plugins I went for are Shadow Hills Class A Compressor, LISA, AMEK 200 EQ and Sculpt that would have usually sum up to 1426$. Like said, for 124$. (Not discussing wether they are worth the original price). From what I have experienced so far through testing and watching videos, they are of very good quality, a joy to work with, even though the UI of especially LISA can be a bit overwhelming :-D

I truely like the addition of additional Brainworx features to the devices (not Sculpt) like TMT (Tolerance Modeling Technology), Auto Listen, Stereowidth, Headroom, etc.

It´s been the first time I "significantly" bought into VST. So I wouldn´t have that many comparisons besides some free VST plugins from like Analog Obsession, Valhalla, Airwindows and some free Synth along additional free stuff from PA. Btw there is the Free Bundle at PA with some good sounding stuff in it :-D

https://www.plugin-alliance.com/en/brand/pa-free.html

Anyway, I feel like I got a pretty pleasant package for a pleasant price and can recommend anyone checking PA´s 29 forever and the mentioned devices out :-)


Actually the first time significantly buying into VST. The mentioned devices come in very handy for given purpose and
Kalm wrote:
19 Jun 2022


I have a friend who takes advantage of that offer and I don’t? Idk I never actually cared to sit down and do the math lmao I just buy them when I think it’s a low enough price. I guess since the incentive to buy plugins at high value with low cost is there with a proven track record, people like buying into the culture more than the plugins… idk I’m just talking here
I got to test out the LISA. I’m back and forth with the knife soma and really only want to get the plug-in to determine if I like the workflow enough to buy the hardware later on. Those are the only two that’s currently on my watch list from PA. I’ve bought the other staples on mad discounts.

It took forever for the Lindell 50 to come into the price range I was looking to buy it at 😫
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Post 20 Jun 2022

Yes, like said, everything for 31$ maximum with 29forever now. :-)

Then I just watched a video about the KNIF, looks like a pleasant device.

Regarding workflow, I discovered this video showing George Massenburg "tuning" the GML 8200, the hardware version of the AMEK 200 EQ plugin to a piano recording.
Quite fascinating seeing him at work, not only tuning by sweeping through boosted frequencies to narrow down resonances but aswell by sweeping through dipped frequencies to find the according frequency spots he at first simply analysed by listening to the recording beforehand.
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Kalm wrote:
20 Jun 2022
moofi wrote:
19 Jun 2022
Yeah well, the maths is pretty simply in this case. Everything that´s above 31$ you can buy via 29 forever everything below you can buy like it is or wait for a sale :-)

The new plugins I went for are Shadow Hills Class A Compressor, LISA, AMEK 200 EQ and Sculpt that would have usually sum up to 1426$. Like said, for 124$. (Not discussing wether they are worth the original price). From what I have experienced so far through testing and watching videos, they are of very good quality, a joy to work with, even though the UI of especially LISA can be a bit overwhelming :-D

I truely like the addition of additional Brainworx features to the devices (not Sculpt) like TMT (Tolerance Modeling Technology), Auto Listen, Stereowidth, Headroom, etc.

It´s been the first time I "significantly" bought into VST. So I wouldn´t have that many comparisons besides some free VST plugins from like Analog Obsession, Valhalla, Airwindows and some free Synth along additional free stuff from PA. Btw there is the Free Bundle at PA with some good sounding stuff in it :-D

https://www.plugin-alliance.com/en/brand/pa-free.html

Anyway, I feel like I got a pretty pleasant package for a pleasant price and can recommend anyone checking PA´s 29 forever and the mentioned devices out :-)


Actually the first time significantly buying into VST. The mentioned devices come in very handy for given purpose and
I got to test out the LISA. I’m back and forth with the knife soma and really only want to get the plug-in to determine if I like the workflow enough to buy the hardware later on. Those are the only two that’s currently on my watch list from PA. I’ve bought the other staples on mad discounts.

It took forever for the Lindell 50 to come into the price range I was looking to buy it at 😫

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Post 21 Jun 2022

Aww, alright, I got it. Have a nice vacation, Reason Studios!

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Post 21 Jun 2022

License arrived. Now face the existential threat that I'm sure all ReasonTalkers are familiar with
Should I wait or begin to batch immediately...
Groupthots ?
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Post 21 Jun 2022

Batch/ batch conundrum tearing this forum apart. That is only my humble opinion
Also where is the player that turns my musical musings into Bitgold
I paid good $ for this stuff, now cough it up!
Batches!
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Post 21 Jun 2022

Y am I not on Ye Olde Grey Whistle Test?
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Post 21 Jun 2022

You will love R12. No groupthots bath on twitch.tv
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Post 21 Jun 2022

Alot of you young folken are not going to get it
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Post 21 Jun 2022

But once (among my peers, mostly deceased) I was held somewhere between respect and disgust.
That's the magic point you want to steer towards, kids
Trust me
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Post 22 Jun 2022

motuscott wrote:
21 Jun 2022

That's the magic point you want to steer towards, kids
Trust me
motuscott wrote:
21 Jun 2022
Alot of you young folken are not going to get it
Who you calling a kid? I don't think we have many users under the age of 45 do we? I would bet the vast majority of our user base remember the sound of the AOL guy's voice "You've got mail", dial up modems, landlines, payphones, AM talk radio, VHS, etc.
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