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#1149221 - 02/07/09 09:39 PM Is there any way to use Sibelius and Reason together?
xxmynameisjohnxx Offline
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Hey so I've been reading into the Reason synthesizing program and I had a couple questions for anyone who uses it. Is there any way that I can input notation straight from Sibelius into it? I have a friend who has a copy of reason he doesn't use that he says he'd be willing to give me, but I wanna know if I can input from sibleius into reason. If not, how hard is it to get reason to do a from the score type of synthesizing manually? I'm working on a string quartet piece right now for a friend and I want to get a good version of it to show him and Sibelius' sounds suck. I could take time and record it all with my keyboard, but some of the parts would take my a little bit to be able to play well. So, what are my options for doing synthesizing from sibelius into another program like Reason? Is there any way I can do that?
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#1149222 - 02/08/09 02:35 AM Re: Is there any way to use Sibelius and Reason together?
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Export MIDI file from Sibelius, then import the midi into reason. Then you'll most likely still have to do a lot of tweaking to make it sound the way you want to...

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#1149223 - 02/08/09 03:04 AM Re: Is there any way to use Sibelius and Reason together?
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Yeah, I just got the program installed and then I imported a midi. It's much simpler than I though it'd be. But wow, I'm amazed by reason. With no tweaking my piece already sounded incredible, something the built in sibelius sounds couldn't do. I'm so amazed.
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