Introducing Reason 6 Introducing Reason, version 6.
The world's favorite music making platform is about to get a whole lot bigger, better, and ready for any idea you throw at it.
Reason for Absolute Beginners is a tutorial series made to appeal to users who have no prior experience in electronic music.
This tutorial describes the different areas in Reason and how you navigate in the application. Exclusive URL.
This tutorial describes the sections of the Main Mixer in Reason.
This tutorial shows how to record on an Audio Track in Reason.
This tutorial shows how to record MIDI on an Instrument Track in Reason.
If you're still learning how to use Reason and find yourself a little timid to flip the rack around, or if you worry that making a wrong move will sink your whole song then this video should put your mind at ease.
Clip Safe lets us record, concentrate on our performance, and know that even if we cause audio distortion while recording we can simply repair our distorted audio and save the take.
Sampling is back in Reason 5 and Record 1.5. But before you start pitching your burp noises up 3 octaves we thought we'd teach you the basics of the process.
Using Reason's latest and most anticipated feature: Sampling. In this part, Steve shows the first steps in setting up to sample audio directly into a Reason device.
Pyramind Training senior Reason and Pro Tools instructor — Steve Heithecker walks you through the sampling process in Reason 6.
How to set up Reason 5 Record 1.5 for sampling and how to sample using the Kong Drum Designer.
A very brief run though on how I make a hiphop beat using samples.
What all the knobs do and how it functions.
So I've decided to make one huge tutorial to cover ALL of thor at ONCE. I've divided it up into three parts: Oscillators, Filters, and Everything Else. Hope this tutorial is helpful!
As somewhat of a continuation of last night's tutorial on using the voice synth combinators as an insert effect, this screencast demonstrates how to set it up as a send effect and why you might want to do that.
If you've been playing around with patches in the Voice Synths but found that some of them don't make any sound, here's how you fix that. Basically, in those cases, Neptune needs a MIDI controller track.