Im convertin to Reasonism

Discussion in 'Audio Producers Discussions' started by KSoundz, Sep 16, 2006.

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  1. nwo504

    nwo504 Rawtunez

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    niggas with reason act like their beats cant be fucked with.
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  2. Money Greene

    Money Greene Da Man-Da Myth-Da Legend

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    thats not the truth, some of us dont give a fuck what you use and understand that its not the program/workstation.
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  3. Xabiton

    Xabiton RM Veteran

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    hahahahahhahhahahahahahahahah
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  4. I SUCK AT POKER < DONKEY

    I SUCK AT POKER < DONKEY who fuen CARES

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    if ur gonna laugh @ fl at least dont be wack urself
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  5. F Major

    F Major Anti Gear Lust

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    If you understand the filters and the waves used to create the minimoog sound, you can get REALLY close sounds in Reason, I can get really strong Moog Like Basses in reason just because I understand what the filter settings and waveform requirements are for that sound.
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  6. F Major

    F Major Anti Gear Lust

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    I dont have a problem with FL users, Im a former FL user myself(I still get lifetime updates). However I have a problem with folks that think they can mix their beats in FL or just because they have T Racks and Waves that immediately their joints are on point. Most folks that have these plugin bundles dont even have an idea how to really use EQ's and Compressors. Some of you dont even know how to find resonant frequencies on a multiband EQ, so to think that Waves is gonna do shit for you is a joke, FL is a decent program if you realize its faults and limitations. The presets effects in Reason are not quality they are based on algorithms. Poorly written algorithms. You will not get high quality algorithms for EQs and Compressors in a $149 software, you will be missing out on all sorts of frequencies using those plugins. Step Sequencing has it place, but thats not really a reason to desire a pro product, real musicians/producers learn to program their drums by hand and dont really need a software that has a step sequencer. VST support is great, but most real DAWs have that functionality, thats why reason users stress Rewire.
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  7. kojo

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    and you would rather do this in the Subtractor or the NNXT?
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  8. F Major

    F Major Anti Gear Lust

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    You would never program this sort of sound in an NNXT first off...Subtractor would be your foundation, and for moog sounds you would need two of them for your third oscillator/waveform
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  9. Xabiton

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    who? kuz i always hear shit like that from cats who use FL
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  10. kojo

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    good and thanks, that was my whole argument...about not comparing the NNXT patch to the minimoog VST. i agree with the subtractor being comparable since that is a synthesizer.
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  11. Ray Digga

    Ray Digga NeosulOSkoolAbstrkHipHop

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    This is a funny thread....good read....good debates.....

    Digga
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  12. b-real 123

    b-real 123 New Member

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    On the minimoog that oscillator3 was mostly use for modulation because it did not have a LFO.May not need the second subtractor to get that moog sound.
    That moog sound is all about the low pass 24 dB resonant filter
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  13. F Major

    F Major Anti Gear Lust

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    Thats not news to me, good for the rest of the thread, I have owned two real analog synths now, including the moog clone SE-1
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  14. b-real 123

    b-real 123 New Member

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    I am so sick for all this BS about the minimoog plugin is no good.
    It nothing like hardware.These same people have no problem
    using a eq or compression plugin.But when it comes to a synth plugin
    they all against it.One is all rite the other is wack.
    Why don't they use a hardware eq and compressor then.
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  15. b-real 123

    b-real 123 New Member

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    Mike Elizondo in SOS Magazine(part of))

    "By the time we did [Eminem's 2005 hit] 'Just Lose It', we had completely embraced the Pro Tools process of working. That song had a lot of sequencing. I think the bass sound came from a Minimoog soft synth made by Arturia, while the main keyboard riff came from a soft synth called Plastix, and there was another sample that [keyboardist] Mark Batson played, which was a random snippet of a percussion part from a sample library. The song was mainly soft synths, all done in the G5."
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  16. urban_tactics

    urban_tactics aka johnny cockram

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    theres my compressor and my eq....so i'm not sure who ur comment was towards....
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  17. Nasty Chopz

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    that song was horrible in my opinion
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  18. Dskillz

    Dskillz aka MG The Future

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    the same wall where the triton rack, motif rack, and Roland Fantom 8 ...would be located on...

    ...im a beleiver.
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  19. th3r3isn0futur3

    th3r3isn0futur3 Active Member

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    ^^ oh shit theres that closet he was talkin bout mayn hahaha
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  20. b-real 123

    b-real 123 New Member

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    My reply was pointed to no one person.
    Nice gear.
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