So what have you bought from this May Madness Sale?

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RoryM0
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Post 20 May 2020

Bought Evolution and Sequences, but both just before May Madness officially began. Nothing else of interest right now. Have plenty to keep me tinkering.

TritoneAddiction
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Post 20 May 2020

I bought Viking-2 and Psychedelic Haas Sample Slice Unit.
I'm sure both will generate lots of fun.

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reddust
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Post 20 May 2020

Loque wrote:
19 May 2020
Nothing.
Same here, all I got in the may sales was outside of the Reason echo system: Ableton Live Suite upgrade and a synthwave preset pack for Spire

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antic604
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Post 20 May 2020

I'm thinking of Kompulsion just to support our beloved Panda (already have Propulsion and Korde) and for pretty much the same reason I'm considering Delta MIDI Computer because I want to support the developer, but I'm afraid I won't be using it much in reality, so I don't know.

Before MM I was convinced I'm gonna get PolyStep and Beatchop, but I'm not sure anymore...
Bitwig 3 // Reason 11 // Studio One 4 Pro @ Lenovo Y730 15'' i7-8750h
my music - https://soundcloud.com/antic604

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Zac
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Post 20 May 2020

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Nostromo

madmacman
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Post 20 May 2020

AutoSub
Shape

kitekrazy
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Post 20 May 2020

I caved in an got Reason Suite from Jrr for $177. I think I have enough for now.

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Boombastix
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Post 20 May 2020

EdGrip wrote:
20 May 2020
Boombastix wrote:
20 May 2020
What made me grab it for sure was when I saw that you can set speed to zero, and use the phase knob to manually move the player back/forth. This way I can draw my own CV curve and control it from a Combinator knob. I can do a non-linear filter sweep in one Shape and another non-linear resonance sweep in a second Shape. Perfect!
That is, indeed, an extremely useful sound design tool that doesn't otherwise exist in Reason - and there it is hidden as a secondary function of another RE! Thanks for the tip.
CV Mutant has it too actually, but I think Shape LFO has more features overall, and a BIG display :shock: .
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rcube
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Post 20 May 2020

UJAM Rowdy Virtual Bassist &
Shape LFO Editor

BedsitAudio
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Post 20 May 2020

I downloaded some players to demo, and dismissed two of them, but bought Evolution as soon as I saw (and heard) the combinator library. It's nuts! I want that randomisation script as a standalone app. I'd pay money for it! Do you hear me, Lectric Panda? Money!

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Biolumin3sc3nt
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Post 20 May 2020

Selig Gain --- What was I thinking waiting 6 years in the making? Sure I know how to gain stage, and it's been working just fine all these years. I love the Pan Laws, and it works

Delta Midi Computer --- Holy Balls I'm in Love

honeyBadger
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Post 20 May 2020

Reason compact instruments have been added to may madness, 50% off. Too bad grain isn’t one of them.

reduk
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Post 21 May 2020

Hello!
Europa retro waves refill from pinknoise 👍

Rackman
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Post 21 May 2020

Nada. If sequences had a little more of a discount I would have had that.

DaveyG
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Post 21 May 2020

After very little thought and absolutely no research.... nuthin'

telecode101
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Post 21 May 2020

i bought a lot of tools. new table saw. new mitre saw. stuck at home during covid. doing renos. i figure saving money paying contractors will allow me to blow more doug on music tools down the road.

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rgdaniel
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Post 21 May 2020

Shape LFO Editor
Evolution
Selig Leveler

teddymcw
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Post 21 May 2020

telecode101 wrote:
21 May 2020
i bought a lot of tools. new table saw. new mitre saw. stuck at home during covid. doing renos. i figure saving money paying contractors will allow me to blow more doug on music tools down the road.
Merged with ‘what do you feed Grain’ thread : )

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gullum
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Post 21 May 2020

End of month still not here and I might get full reason for my son at first I planned to just get him intro. But may madness is total, I have spent a lot on controllers and other hardware this month.
But not $1 on Reason yet

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Faastwalker
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Post 21 May 2020

I'm also tempted by the Unfiltered Audio Sunder Amplitude Splitter;

https://www.reasonstudios.com/shop/rack ... -splitter/

Had this on trial but I didn't spend much time with it back then. Interesting device.

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VIVIsect
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Post 21 May 2020

I bought Nostromo and Kompulsion from Lectric Panda. Also picked up Velocity Curve from Andrew Russell. There's a few other things that I'd like to have, but none that I can really justify at the moment. I'm done buying stuff until Black Friday.

Bes
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Post 21 May 2020

forgotten waveshaper 2
selig gain
fritz
RP's master magic

tallrobphilp
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Post 22 May 2020

I bought Reason 11 Suite upgrade in the sale from JRRShop but I haven't bought anything in May Madness yet. I'm hovering over the button on Shape and ZVO-2 from Lectric Panda and I'm tempted by various players but I feel like there is a lot of crossover with some of them. I'm curious about Evolution and Sequences but I can already do semi-random generative stuff with Quad Note Generator and Beat Map and also step sequencing with PolyStep Sequencer. I've got to draw the line somewhere! Also tempted by VK-2 but I already have more synths than I can count.

There are some CV processing tools that I'd like (merging LFOs and other things to create modulation) and there are some RE that can do that stuff but instead I might try to code my own. Fun and games.

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Faastwalker
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Post 22 May 2020

Should I buy Noise Engineering Synth Bundle 2? :roll:

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MrFigg
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Post 22 May 2020

Faastwalker wrote:
22 May 2020
Should I buy Noise Engineering Synth Bundle 2? :roll:
No.
I got it for €13 and regret it.
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