el midi out de marras...
tiene esto algo que ver con el tema es que mi ingles es bastante pesimo;
I know quite a bunch of people that are a bit shiverish about using pro/semi-pro audio/midi-sequencers such as Sonar, Logic and Cubase so I came up with this tip for the newbies or no-fun-in-reading-manuals-and-training-guys.
With this tip you can work normally in Reason and be able to use MIDI Out.
And you don't even have to sweat your nuts off reading manuals to be able to use vst's/dxi's and external gear in your mix with this tip (no Rewire):
Create a full-blown track in Reason, give or take a few soundeffects.
Now think ahead, do you want to use a real-time FM7 generated patch instead of that crappy Sub patch you just created? Want those overly-used Orchstrings (I plee guilty too) replaced by newly created atmospheric chordstrings run directly from Absynth?
Do this (it's a bit more time-consuming though):
-Make a copy of your rns and remember the BPM.
-Export the entire synthline you want
replaced (or part of it) as midi.
IMPORTANT: Your automation will be lost, so by the time you are reading this you should know there's no need to automate these ready-to-be-exported-to-midi-tracks.
Delete ALL other tracks, instruments included BEFORE you do this and make sure your track is exported from the beginning of the song (not the synthline itself) till the end (and no bar more). MAKE SURE you have just one sequencer track left before exporting to midi. This is not crucial but it saves a lot of time deleting unneeded ones once you're in the midi sequencer.
-Load up the backup copy and do this for all other tracks you'd want to see replaced with "the real deal".
-Finally, load up the backup copy again and delete all the midi converted tracks you just exported from the song, instruments, everything included. Export the remaining stuff to wave at the highest quality your soundcard can handle.
-Now open up your midi sequencer, Logic, Cubase, Sonar etc. and import the exported wave in an audiotrack.
-Set the bpm to the original rns's one.
-Load up vsti's or dxi's and import a Reason midi export into one of them. Select/Create your sound within the vst/dxi. Do this for each exported midi.
Or simply import an exported midi into a clean midi track and select it's Out to one of your external units. Drive your Korg, Juno, whatever.
And finally automate/add effects, mix down the entire mix to audio and you are done
Once again, this is mainly for the newbies and the lazy (that do know a little bit of the basic track handling in midi sequencers). It kinda kills the money spent on these expensive packages though.
Still, it's a nice and CPU relieving method into creating a pure Reason track with synced up vst/dxi and external hardware without the hassle of ReWire for instance (works fine, but consumes CPU power).
ya ves BrainT que les costará modificar un poquillo el puto codigo...
guevorkaim... lo he leido por encima y creo que dice que exportes las pistas midi y las cargues en cubase/logic y les asignes los VSTi con los que quieras que suenen... es una parida como otra cualkiera