Stable Working System Spec Please for cubase/reason rewired!

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brissyproducer
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Stable Working System Spec Please for cubase/reason rewired!

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I need to know what system will be stable working with cubase 5.5.2 and reason 5.0.1 sequencing in cubase rewiring to reason as the sound module!

See my post here

http://www.steinberg.net/forum/viewtopi ... 3030#p3030

to see my problem and why i need to know if anyone is doing this in a stable fashion cause my systems is being a *flower*!

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Re: Stable Working System Spec Please for cubase/reason rewired!

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AFAIK, any 32 bit system will do.
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Re: Stable Working System Spec Please for cubase/reason rewired!

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A friend of mine who uses Reason a lot could never get it to communicate with Cubase 5. Cubase SX 3, no problem. In frustration, he migrated to the new Studio whatever -- the one written by former Steinberg employee's. reason works perfectly with Studio, so it must be a Cubase problem. I've sent emails to Steinberg about this but apparently it's not a priority for them
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