that was the main thing that drew me to Reason, was that i looked familiar and the flow as the same to me, output to input. simple. i think alot of people don't have an understanding of the real world basics of audio in general, all they know is the software that they've come across and thats it, when faced with a problem, they don't even begin to know how to solve it. because all they know is what they downloaded. FL was the first software i ever used to make beats, it was easy to pick up on, but i was hardly able to apply any of the old world knowledge i had coming from the dj/live sound world. when i saw Reason and it atlest resemebled somethin that looked remotely familiar, i was off and running. took me a seq to get the sequencer down, but bsically you pick a patch, hit record, and play some notes, how hard is that?
Originally Posted by Xabiton
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