I’m a traditionalist in the sense that I write music, mix and master inside of Cubase a fairly common procedure I’m sure for nearly all members on AJ. I have recently got hold of Reason 5.0, and was wondering if anyone has any experience with it, It seems very “Closed doors” to me, no VST support, and having played around with it for a while it seems like it would take a lot longer to write a track than my normal DAW . I know some people who rave about it, I just wanted to garner some opinion, while I messed around with it.
Hi! I’m a girl I was about 40 years ago. I’m 55 now. I’ve had some success on AJ, but I only write when I hear something in my head. Nice to meet you.
Thanks for the quick response. I think it’s a shame that it is not allowed.
I sometimes use Sibelius 7 to write my music and wanted to know if it is okay to add the full and parts scores in pdf format to the upload of new pieces?
I use Sibelius to write my music. Is it allowed/possible to include the PDF score and parts scores in the upload?
Just found this discussion on FL Studio and had to have my two penneth worth I also started using Fl Studio, when it used to be just called Fruityloops. I do also have a copy of FL 10 . But I really do notice the difference between FL studio and Cubase 5 which is what I’m now using. What bugs me about Fl studio is this, if you don’t have 64bit plugins you are limited to 2gb of memory which is useless to me as I have 16gb of ram. This occurs even on a 64 bit system. There is also the circular panning law defaulted option, which can and does make the middles sound really woolly in some instances, especially if you forget to uncheck the option in the project settings, then of course FL does NOT recognise some of my midi keyboard functions, no good if I have to use the MOD wheel. I really, love Cubase it’s intuitive and even on my poultry NS-10’s it sounds really nice especially with symphobia or even my studio drummer library. I have way more control over frequencies and FX sends. However, FL does have it’s benefits, and I will from time to time throw a loop together using it.