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It works fine, tried a couple of devices and they all work. I'm using Intel Pentium 4 2.66 GHz but it seems that the cpu usage is fluctuating between 13%-20% in the transport panel. In windows, its like 3%-6% on the same song.
What does not
Reason will not open if your double click it, you have to right-click the icon and you have to do it twice. In my case, if I scroll upwards or downwards the sound becomes choppy. Transport panel is distorted whenever it starts or loads a song but it can be fixed simply by maximizing and restoring it.
What was not tested
I did not perform any tests on my compositions. Manual cabling at the back of the racks and some of the devices.
I dont know if its my hardware but in my case, I think it performs better in windows.
use winecfg to switch the windows-version to "windows xp".
2. - if you've got troubles with the "Factory Sound Bank"-CD and
the "Orkester Sound Bank"-CD at the first run of Reason, you
should make iso image-copies of the cd's, copy them wherever
you want, mount the iso-images, open winecfg and add the mount-
points as drives in the "Drives"-section.
3. - right-click on the "Enter Serial" and "Waiting for CD.." window-bars in the task-bar and use the move-function to get
the windows to front (they are actually covered by the reason-
Please make sure your version of Wine is up to date. --MK
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Although I mount the cds
by Jorge Azevedo on Wednesday October 1st 2008, 23:56
Although I mount the cds I still can't get reason to recognize them. I tried opening one of the files in the cds with notepad, and the cds were all there and accessible.
Strange isn't it? What's a good way to tackle it? I'm thinking of downloading different isos and trying them out...