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Postby DANW547; Sun Jan 07, 2018 7:53 am How do I get Nora to work in Reason 10?

I noticed there are no tutorials for this anywhere on the net, does anyone know how?

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Postby starflakeprj; Sun Jan 07, 2018 7:59 am Re: How do I get Nora to work in Reason 10?

You don't, since Reason won't accept MIDI from VST plugins.
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Postby Lempface; Mon Mar 05, 2018 6:45 pm Re: How do I get Nora to work in Reason 10?

This can be done with a little extra work.

First you need MIDI loopback. I'm using LoopMidi.

Second you need a VST host like Bidule, or DDMF Metaplugin, or Image-Line Minihost modular (free but buggy in reason).

Third you need a VST that can output to external MIDI devices like Reaktor, or in Bidule there are built in MIDI device out bidules.

Fourth set up one of the midi loopback ports as a controller in Reason and then lock the synth you want to control to that midi loopback port.

Next, host your MIDI producing VST in Bidule, route the MIDI in to the VST inside Bidule, then route the midi out to a MIDI device out that matches your loopback midi port. Then you should be controlling the Reason synth with the MIDI out VST.

I can make a more in depth tutorial if you're interested. I made a tutorial for multitimbral VSTs on Reasontalk, but it wasn't well received so I'm not going to take the time unless you ask me to. https://forum.reasontalk.com/viewtopic. ... &t=7505340

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