I'm just messing with ya. When I first saw Redrum ( Reason V. 3) I was like "
is this ugly ****".
As time went on, I was liking it, then Kong came. I thought Kong would be it, but I liked Redrum more than Kong. the things you can do in it, which straight forward. I can shape the transients of a sound, I can set up my hihats with the ease. It's not fair how easy it is LOL
I love Reason period, it basically saved me when Protools Le at the time failed me.
I do my music in Reason and mix in it, but I don't master in it. The things Reason have now bro, is bananas, and the 3rd party refills now are sick! So it's all good.
Enjoy it when you do go back to Reason.
Unreallystic wrote: I'm not hating on Redrum, I personally don't like it and know I'm in the minoiritty, most people act like Kong doesn't exist. It's most likely tied to me feeling like Kong was accessible - it did exactly what I wanted, when I wanted, and how I wanted, and that was also tied to my skill level in general when I was still using Reason (4-7). I hope to give Reason another chance in the future, most likely when I get to build the second studio (going to break my studio into (3) areas, main area is Ableton/Akai/Outboard Gear/Recording Focused, second area will be Reason/FL Studio/Maschine, just production via PC for when other producers come through *hopefully*, and the third area will be a creative music space...and bar), and when I do give Reason another chance, maybe I'll start to pivot to redrum, the things I hear people do is way more than what I used it for pre-Kong.