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Reason 4 (Nov 2007, Article)
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System Requirements
The new toys and design in Reason 4 have had an impact in terms of system resources, especially if you’re using a DAW package as well. As with any CPU–hungry software, the minimum requirements are just that: minimum...

Windows: Intel P4/AMD Athlon XP or better, 512MB RAM (1GB recommended), 2GB free disk space, Windows XP/Vista or later.
Mac OS: G4 1GHz and up or Intel Mac, 512MB RAM (1GB recommended), 2GB free disk space, Mac OS 10.4.
On both platforms, you’ll need a monitor with a resolution of at least 1024x768 and a DVD drive for installation. Getting the best from the software will require better audio hardware than your computer will be equipped with, and a MIDI interface or controller of some kind will also probably be necessary.

Running Reason alongside other software is easy, since I can’t think of a serious digital audio workstation package that doesn’t support Propellerhead’s Rewire protocol. This links audio, MIDI and synchronisation between the two packages.