I have Just started to mess with Reason Adapted which I got included with my software when I bought my Digi Design 002 Rack however when I launch Reason adapted when I have Pro Tools running it informs me that another program is using the Midi port after I have previously told it (when running it without Pro Tools Running) to use the Digi 002 Port 1 to play into Reasons Sequencer and Digi Port 1 for Midi Clock input. If I launch reason on its own after having it run as a plugin on an Aux channel in Pro Tools it informs me that the Sound setup has changed since I last used Reason and I have to go into the Audio Settings (Edit>Preferences>Audio) to tell it to use the ASIO Digidesign driver. My question is this: Surely I shouldnt have to do this everytime I want to use Reason while Pro Tools is running. There must be a better way to get round this than having to shut Pro Tools down when I want to play into the Reason Sequencer Via my Triton which is plugged directly into the Digi 002 Midi in port. IF I am running Reason and Launch Pro Tools I get a warning telling me that some other application is using the DigiDesign Hardware! So if I want to run both applications at the same time and be able to play my synth parts into both Pro Tools and Reason Adapted will I have to either purchase a second Midi interface (such as a CME - FireWire Audio Option Board that will plug into my Pc via USB/Firewire) that Reason could use and go Triton Midi out to 2nd Midi interface In and then Second Midi interface out/Thru to Digi 002 Rack Midi in? Or buy a second Midi interface (CME - FireWire Audio Option Board)to plug into my Pc and a USB/MIDI Controller Keyboarsuch as an EMU - XBoard-49 and use that to play my synth stuff into Reason? Also is there anyway I could get my Alesis SR16 to trigger the drum Sounds in the Redrum Module? Any help would be greatly appreciated!