is it possible to burn reason files onto a cd and have it playback on a regular cd player or another computer...?i burned a cd and found out it wont play back unless the reason software is installed (on the computer)whats up with that?http://www.myspace.com/junyar ______________________________"...winter days more likely that you notice heat/when im gone more likely that you notice me" Gift of Gab
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>Oh man... iām just seeing this now š. Yes , I was referring to the .wav fileSorry for the latest reply of all time š.But as an late update, I figured it out:-Converted to .wav file , -Imported into itunes -Converted to mp3______________________________"... https://soundcloud.com/francismhproductions/track-14 ..."
You have to use the reason software and burn the songs to a CD.
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just move the endpoint to the end of your beat and go to file and export the song as an audio file. Then use a program like: Windows Media Player or iTunes to burn em to a CD