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Chapter 2. Fast Start > Introducing Reason’s Devices

Introducing Reason’s Devices

At this point you have configured your computer to run Reason, and you’ve seen what Reason can do with the playback of a demo song. Furthermore, I briefly covered adding devices and how to arrange and route audio. In the next chapter, you’ll get a closer look at the devices included in Reason 2.5. Reason includes a list of over 20 devices—a very impressive list at that (see Table 2.1).

Table 2.1. Where to Find Reason Devices in This Book
Chapter Devices
Chapter 3Analog Emulated Synthesizers SubTractor Synthesizer, Malström Graintable Synthesizer
Chapter 4Digital Samplers NN19 Sampler, NN-XT Advanced Sampler, Dr:rex Loop Player
Chapter 5Effect Processors and Dynamics RV7000 Advanced Reverb, Scream 4 Distortion, BV512 Digital Vocoder, RV-7 Digital Reverb, DDL-1 Digital Delay Line, D-11 Foldback Distortion, CF-101 Chorus/Flanger, PH-90 Phaser, UN-16 Unison, COMP-01 Compressor/ Limiter, PEQ-2 Two Band Parametric EQ
Chapter 6Pattern Sequencers Redrum Drum Computer, Matrix Pattern Sequencer, ReBirth Input Machine
Chapter 7 — Audio Routing Devices Mixer 14:2, Spider Audio Merger and Splitter, Spider CV Merger and Splitter



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