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I wuv Record. :) I use both together as well. Love the sound of the master bus compressor in Record. Although I haven't made a full fledged remix in Reason in quite some time. Use it more so as a sketch pad nowadays. Although I am working on a new remix done in Reason.

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I quit using Reason at 3 and haven't upgraded to Reason 4 or Record. Is there a compelling reason to do it now? I kind of got tired of having to navigate a huge rack of equipment with an insane combination of wires in the back, and trying to figure out which automation tracks matched to which mixer channels when doing mixing and effects.

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I quit using Reason at 3 and haven't upgraded to Reason 4 or Record. Is there a compelling reason to do it now? I kind of got tired of having to navigate a huge rack of equipment with an insane combination of wires in the back, and trying to figure out which automation tracks matched to which mixer channels when doing mixing and effects.

If you're not turned on by that you're doing it wrong :(

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I've been using it for a few years and recently bought the Record+Reason combo at a student discount. I still haven't used Record much, and the new way of routing everything confuses me, but I like the ability of having several racks next to each other instead of one big tower with everything in it. There's a few things about both pieces of software that bother me, but they're a lot easier to work with than anything else I've tried.

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I quit using Reason at 3 and haven't upgraded to Reason 4 or Record. Is there a compelling reason to do it now? I kind of got tired of having to navigate a huge rack of equipment with an insane combination of wires in the back, and trying to figure out which automation tracks matched to which mixer channels when doing mixing and effects.

I don't know about Record personally, but Reason 4 is infinitely better than Reason 3 - it's worth switching to 4 for the new sequencer alone :-) Apart from that, you get Thor, a ridiculously powerful new synth, a new arpeggiator, easier automation and loads of other cool stuff :-D

(Also FYI, you can turn the wires off and just have nodes with lines that appear when you click them ;-))

If you're not turned on by that you're doing it wrong :(

So true ;-) I learned half of what I know about hardware from Reason lol

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