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Before we arrived at the flat style of the Figure you might have in your pocket today, we did some experiments with materials and surfaces. We knew this wasn’t were we wanted to go, but we had to. Just like standing really near a cliff edge.
Here it is, in all its glass, leather and brushed metalness!
- Terry Bozzio on Music Making
- Justen Williams producing with Reason 7 & Parsec
- Hot Sugar on Sampling the World
- KOAN Sound on Sound Design
- 7 Tips for Reason 7
- Additive sound design with Parsec
- Parsec Micro Tutorial
- Four EQ tips for a better mix
- Remapping incoming MIDI from your digital drum kit
- Propellerhead tries: Editors Keys
- Propellerhead tries: Hot Hand USB
- An early Figure design concept
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EQ is probably the most important tool to make sure your mix sounds good. But how do you know where to cut or boost? What frequencies are important? In this video I’ll let you in on four EQ tips for a better mix. Learn basic EQ usage, what frequencies matter in a kick drum and more!
Benjamin Laub or Grieves as he’s known to fans, critics, and rappers the world over graduated from his MPC2000 to Reason after getting introduced to it by his long-time collaborator, Budo. Once he realized the depth and possibility, his production quickly shifted over almost entirely inside Reason. And when Grieves set out to take his latest album on tour he was faced with a problem: How could he get his live band to sound EXACTLY like his record sounds. Being a perfectionist, the nearest facsimile just wouldn’t do for Grieves and thanks to Reason’s rock-solid stability and legendary backwards compatibility, he had an obvious solution. Read more…
The Reason Rack offers nearly endless sonic capabilities. But what if you just want the sound of your favorite hardware synth? Or that weird little drum machine you got half-price. In this tutorial we take a look at the External MIDI Instrument and how it can help you expand your Reason rack with your hardware.
Tony Cook was just a kid when he saw his brother playing Music 2000 on his Playstation console and in an instant, after seeing two sounds combined to form something entirely new, Tony knew that music was his calling. After attending music college and getting exposed to Reason, his ability to make big sounds and killer beats was quickly apparent. It wasn’t long before Tony was known to the world as Cookie Monsta – DJ, Producer, and Subwoofer-punisher extraordinaire. Read more…
When a young Benoit Heitz saw a friend’s computer running Reason he had an epiphany: “His computer isn’t better than my parent’s computer. That means I could be making music.” He started out not knowing the first thing about drums or music in general. Three years later he was touring the world as an international DJ. Read more…