Reason 11 in Logic Pro X now works! I'm really pleased at how smooth the integration is between the two pieces of software. The smooth workflow of Logic, coupled with all my favorite Reason sounds is a match made in heaven.
So I put together a demo of my first Reason 11 Logic beat. I'm really looking forward to continuing to use this combination to continue to create music.
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Here’s my first track using Reason 11 as a plugin inside of Logic Pro X. It was so much fun to use the best of both worlds in creating a song hosted in Logic Pro X, but using Reason 11 as a plugin.
In my first beat using Logic and Reason, I used Logic's Drummer, Clavinet, and Electric Piano, mixed with Reason's Klang, Quartet, Audiomatic, Echo, and more!
What do you think? Will you use Reason 11 in Logic Pro X?
This Reason 11 review will help you figure out if Reason 11 is right for you. If you’re looking for a great DAW for hip hop and EDM, Reason is a lot of fun and may be just for you. However, if you like to make more complex styles of music, the Reason 11 workflow will bog you down.
In summary, I'd give Reason 11 an 8/10. You can buy it here (affiliate link).
The Reason 11 update is the latest version of Propellerhead Software’s flagship DAW. Of course, Propellerhead has now changed its name to Reason Studios. Which makes sense, I guess, since that’s basically what they do.
Reason 11 was released on September 25, 2019. It added two totally new effects: the Quartet chorus and the Sweeper phaser as well as a half dozen minor workflow improvements. It also repackaged a few pre-existing effects. Still, I’m making the Reason 11 upgrade from 10 (here’s my Reason 10 review for reference).
The biggest new feature of Reason 11 is that it can now be used in...
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