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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!
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- Reset Robot
- Think Inside the Box with Kool Kojak
- Creating a rich pad sound with Parsec
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- 7 Tips for Reason 7
- Additive sound design with Parsec
- Game Night at PropellerHQ
- Reason Xmas Marathon 2002 (again)
- Free Radical Layers ReFill
- Remapping incoming MIDI from your digital drum kit
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Before he was Kool Kojak, Allan Grigg and his brother built their own drum set out of tape and pvc pipes and created their own recordings using their boombox. It was the start of a lifelong quest to make the hip hop sounds that inspired him from childhood. His tenacity led him to New York where he interned at legendary hip hop studios, saved for years to get his prized MPC drum machine, and made musical friendships that would lead to number one hit songs around the world. Read more…
He makes it look easy and in some sense it is but Jérôme Tissot, better known as Muttonheads, is a master of infectious hooks and banging club synth sounds. Don’t take our word for it, he’s got the #1 hits to prove the point. In this special artist interview from France, Muttonheads walks us through his custom mastering suite and his latest hit “Snow White” track by track to see just how it works. His studio is built around his Reason rack and Muttonheads uses it to great effect indeed!
We caught up with music production duo KOAN Sound to learn a bit more about how they use Reason in their music. Little that we know that they’d reveal some truly amazing tips for designing synths and bass lines. Read on to find out how they create those gut-wrenching bass sounds and mind-bending effects! Read more…
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!