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Reason 12.5.2 – DJ Virtual Studio

Reason 12.5.2 – DJ Virtual Studio
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Reason Studios’s Reason is a virtual studio rack with all the tools and instruments you need to turn your ideas into music. It emulates a rack of hardware synthesizers, samplers, signal processors, sequencers, and mixers. All of which can be freely interconnected in an arbitrary manner.

You can use the Reason software either as a complete virtual music studio or as a collection of virtual instruments. Play them live or used with other sequencing software.

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With its generous sound bank and intuitive flow, Reason helps you along in the creative process and is the music software that never gets in your way.

Walk into any professional recording studio and you will see racks filled to the brim with different tools. You can use them in music production from reverb to compressors, vocoders, synths, distortion units, and parametric EQs.

Reason software has a huge sound bank full of inspiring instruments, synth patches, loops, and effects. Patches have been created by producers like Death Cab for Cutie’s Jason McGerr, Bomb Squad’s Hank Shocklee, Black Eyed Peas’ Printz Board, DJ Lucky Date, Kill the Noise, and more.

Reason Basic Devices:

  • Hardware Interface. The Hardware Interface handles the connection between software and hardware. And supports up to sixty-four separate outputs.
  • Mixer 14:2. Reason’s mixer is used to group numerous device outputs into a stereo output. It has fourteen stereo channels with level meters, fixed bass and treble EQ and four stereo auxiliary sends.
  • Line Mixer 6:2. Similar to the Mixer 14:2, and also known as the Micromix, it is a smaller, six channel mixer, with only one auxiliary send and return, no EQ, smaller level controls and limited metering.

Synthesizers:

  • Subtractor Analogue Synthesizer. Subtractor is a polyphonic synthesizer device based on subtractive synthesis, which is the method used in classic, analog synthesizers. Its two oscillators can produce basic waveforms such as square, sawtooth, triangle, and sine.
  • Thor Polysonic Synthesizer. The Thor device simulates a semi-modular synthesizer. Six filter and oscillator slots let you load up three different filter modules and three different oscillator modules simultaneously. That allow you to dial in novel sounds.
  • Malström Graintable Synthesizer. The Malström device creates its sounds using Graintable technology. This technology is a cross between granular synthesis and wavetable synthesis. Malström features many filtering and modulation options.

Samplers:

  • NN-19 Digital Sampler. The NN-19 device is Reason’s original sampler, introduced in the first version. You can fully automate all of the controls on the NN-19 from a controlling device. There are two ways of getting sound out of NN19: load a single wav/aiff sample or load a sampler patch.
  • NN-XT Advanced Sampler. The NN-XT device is an advanced sampler with many features. It can work with multiple samples which you can be assign to different keys on the keyboard. Useful features include alternate sample playback, auto-pitch detection, keyboard zones with individual parameters, and tempo syncable LFOs.

Rhythm Sequencers:

  • Dr. Octo REX Loop Player. Plays back samples created by the ReCycle (program) in the .rex and .rx2 formats.
  • Redrum Drum Computer. The Redrum device is a sample-playback drum module with a built in pattern sequencer. It has ten channels that plays samples loaded individually or from a preset kit.

Mastering:

  • MClass Equalizer. The MClass Equalizer is a 4-band, professional level mastering EQ with low and high shelving bands, two peak filters and a low cut switch. The MClass Equalizer lets you make subtle or drastic frequency adjustments to the audio.
  • MClass Stereo Imager. It splits the incoming audio into low and high frequency bands, and lets you adjust each independently.
  • MClass Compressor. It is a single-band compressor with a sidechain input for advanced compression such as ducking or de-essing, and CV out for dynamically controlling other devices.
  • MClass Maximizer. It is a tool that maximizes the volume of your Reason tracks, without crushing them or introducing other unwanted artifacts.

Effects:

  • RV7000 Advanced Reverb. The RV7000 contains basic reverb controls located on the main panel. Aslo the eight separate knobs for algorithms and their parameters. You can access them from a fold-out remote when pressed.
  • Scream 4 Distortion. With Scream 4’s cut and body filters, two parameters for its ten modes including overdrive, distortion, feedback and tape damage, you can use it for digital bit crushing, or regular crushing.
  • BV512 Digital Vocoder. The BV-512 is a 4 to 512-band vocoder that can modulate sound in several ways. And you can also use it as an automated equalizer.

What’s New in Reason 12.5.1:

  • Several fixes and improvements for VST3 support. Thank you very much for reporting these!
    • General bug fixes and stability improvements in VST3 hosting
    • Fixed an issue where Waves VST3 shell took a long time to scan on Windows
    • Fixed an issue where Reason 12.5 aborts plugin scanning
    • Better keyboard hotkeys and keyboard focus handling for VST3, now typing text in several plugins works as expected
    • Fixed an issue where you were unable to control functions inside the AcidboxV2 plugin
    • Fixed several issues affecting Arturia plugins
      • Delete and Undo would sometimes result in a weird sound
      • Editing parameters could result in a “laggy” sound
      • Efx Fragments VST3 was mistakenly categorized as Utilities, not Effects
    • FabFilter Pro-Q3’s VST3 “solo” button did not work
    • Fixed an issue where Neural DSP Archetype Rabea VST3 could freeze Reason
    • PSP Audioware VST3 meters now meter correctly, as meters should
    • Fixed an issue where Rob Papen VST3s could crash
    • Fixed an issue where S-Gear VST3 would not process audio
    • Fixed an issue where Spectrasonics VST3 Instruments could take minutes to load
  • Fixed several bugs with Automation
    • Automation Override did not reset properly in Blocks view
    • Automation lanes weren’t created for on/off toggle buttons on some plugins
    • Reason instantly toggled the automated button off in some cases
  • Fixed an issue where Reason 12.5 was prevented from starting on Windows
  • Fixed an issue where the Template Song window buttons were sometimes not accessible without resizing the window on macOS
  • Fixed a bug where Reason could randomly shut down on Windows
  • Fixed an issue where closing the Reason Rack Plugin window was slow and laggy

What’s New in Reason 12.2.10:

  • Fixed an issue with VST scanning where validation failed on certain VSTs
  • AKAI mini mk3 codecs added
  • Fixed an issue where users with a large amount of Rack Extensions in Reason Rack Plugin AU resulted in a “Failed Reading Rack Extension Data” alert
  • Graphical fixes:
    • Graphical glitches when editing audio in Comp mode Editor
    • Buttons blacked out in Control Surface dialogs in Preferences (Windows only)
    • On-Screen Keyboard Sustain button cropped (macOS Ventura only)
  • Added an alert in case installation fails when auto-updating Reason on macOS
  • Fixed a bug where bounced samples could disappear (we’re still not sure where they went, but we’re suspecting they just needed a vacation)

Homepage – https://www.reasonstudios.com

Minimum system requirements:

macOS

  • Fast and stable Internet connection for installation and registration required!
  • Intel or M1 Mac with multi-core processor
  • 4 GB RAM (8 GB or more recommended for large ReFills or Rack Extensions)
  • 5.5 GB free system disk space required, plus 8 GB for optional content (and another 12 GB if you are using Reason Suite). Additionally, the program may use up to 20 GB scratch disk space
  • macOS 10.13 (High Sierra) or later (64-bit)
  • Monitor with at least 1280×768 resolution
  • CoreAudio compliant audio interface or built-in audio hardware
  • MIDI interface and a MIDI keyboard recommended
  • For using Reason as a Plugin, a DAW host with VST3/AUv2/AAX support is required

Windows

  • Fast, stable Internet connection for installation and registration required!
  • Intel or AMD multi-core processor
  • 4 GB RAM (8 GB or more recommended for large ReFills or Rack Extensions)
  • 5.5 GB free system disk space required, plus 8 GB for optional content (and another 12 GB if you are using Reason Suite). Additionally, the program may use up to 20 GB scratch disk space
  • Windows 10 (64-bit)
  • Monitor with at least 1280×768 resolution
  • Audio Interface with ASIO driver
  • MIDI interface and a MIDI keyboard recommended
  • For using Reason as a Plugin, a DAW host with VST3/AAX support is req