Originally Posted by Pastor Obviedo
So that idea of using Reason as your main DAW is just a dream.
I can't imagine going back to the days where we have to shift tracks manually. i can't believe a company with that level of tech knowledge (Propellerheads) let unresolved this important thing.
I was seriously considering reason 6.5 as my primary DAW because of RE, but I'll pass till they implement ADC, don't want to go back to my Protools LE days.
Heaven forbid you should actually have to do a bit of work to get your stuff to sound right, instead of having it all automagically spoon fed to you..
Seriously, so long as you are aware what is and what isn't going on, then it's never a problem to keep on top of it.
Im happy to move tracks around a little to get the timing right if need be. It's no big deal, and it's a small price to pay for the massive gains in stability over nigh on any other DAW out there you care to mention.
The fact you can get more work done, due to little to no time wasted trouble shooting is a huge advantage that doesn't get the attention it deserves in threads such as this.
6.5 is running pretty slick for me, considering my computer is a good 5 years old now.
While im here.. Seancostello Are you considering making an RE or 2??