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04-15-2016, 07:30 PM #1
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Getting audio into reason from non rack extension device (Pianoteq)
I'm newly getting to grips with reason - i'm a pianist and guitarist and one of the things I have struggled with so far is getting a piano sound i'm happy with.
I've just come across pianoteq which is software that models piano sounds and it is absolutely incredible and i definitely want it - i've downloaded the free trial version which i'm playing with at the moment.
The problem is figuring out how (if?) i can use this in reason - it's available as a VSU to use with other DAWs but also as standalone software which is what i've downloaded as a trial version and am running on my MAC.
My question is, is there a way of routing audio that is playing on my laptop into reason as a track?
Hope all that makes sense - as i say, i'm pretty new at this but would greatly appreciate any help
04-16-2016, 03:27 PM #2
04-17-2016, 07:37 AM #3
Also, HD refills actually has a really good piano refill!
I dont use pianos often, but when I do I use theirs.
Reason's pianos dobt sound organic rnough..
Routing vst is an option, but nithing beats a good refill (staying in the reason territory)
04-24-2016, 09:36 AM #4
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Thanks both - good food for thought.
Osmose - I've spent a bit of time trying different piano sounds both within and outside of reason and all i can say is that once i tried pianoteq i knew that is what i want to use, so figuring out the most sensible way of doing that is my next job but the question of which piano tool i want to use i now feel sure about.
I've found a similar thing with guitar - after trialling and searching a bit i know i want to use the positive grid BIAS amp and FX - another VST, though this time obviously not midi which presents a different issue to above.
I may carry this line of thought on in the Rewire section as it probably makes more sense there now the topic has expanded a bit...
04-26-2016, 07:09 PM #5
Ye indeed, do what suits you best.
Dont know what all the options are in terms if sending audio both ways. Its been quite a while since I had reason along side another daw..
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