Logic Performance Thread
Reply 21 of 23
October 22, 2002 12:22AM
Yeah, I played around with Reason 2 demo and it is a cool program but I can't for the life of me figure out how to do anything besides techno. Maybe it's cause I'm new to these audio apps and don't have any experience. THat sucks that Logic doesnt take advantage of dual processors, is there anything in OS X that will?I'd be curious to get that trick working on my DP GHz QS.
Reply 22 of 23
October 22, 2002 9:57AM
Logic will support them, so buying now is not going to hurt you. Plus, at the point we are at now, any dual machine you have is going to be more than powreful enough. I still run a ti500 and 400 tower and have little reason to upgrade, even though my music depends highly of vstis. If you are serious about doing music you should get a full sequencer like logic. Logic and reason are not comparable. Dramatically different. Reason is like a suppliment, or a package of instruments. Logic is a full audio environment.
Reply 23 of 23
October 22, 2002 2:57PM
[quote]Originally posted by TigerWoods99:
<strong>Yeah, I played around with Reason 2 demo and it is a cool program but I can't for the life of me figure out how to do anything besides techno. </strong><hr></blockquote>
Oh man do I love Reason.
I've been able to get quite a few styles out of Reason so far, just by playing with it. Theres a huge hip hop drum set library as well as a hip hop drum loop library available in Reason.
In fact, I went so far as to open up Reason and whip up a hip hop type of song while I was posting this. I spent maybe 10 minutes on it and didn't really do any complicated stuff. So just as an example of some of the loops and sounds available in Reason, go ahead and download this MP3:
; target="_blank">Hip Hop MP3</a>
Maybe just to give you an idea of what you can do with the full Reason package. If you spend a little time on your songs you can really get them polished up nicely.