All posts tagged “Reason”
Disonata, based in Northampton, UK is a producer, DJ and musician. Making predominantly Dubstep in both hard hitting and chilled out forms, he is working his way up in the scene. He is getting airplay from some of the biggest names in Dubstep like Skream & Benga, Funtcase, Hatcha, BadKlaat, Requake, Lost, Beezy, Jakes and many more. We had a quick chat with him to find out more about his use of Reason.
The first ever Propellerhead Video Challenge has come to a close! Reason is well known for its creative flow, so we wanted to see how far you could get in only 5 minutes. This challenge tasked users to create a song from scratch and record it all in a 5 minute video.
We received tons of great entries so a HUGE thanks to everyone who submitted! In the end though, there can only be one winner… After much deliberation, the judges at PropellerHQ have now chosen the winning entry:
With high production values, excellent music and careful explaining of each step—Speo’s video had everything we’re looking for. Congratulations from all of us at Propellerhead! Make sure you follow Speo’s YouTube channel for more Reason tutorial videos.
With so many great entries, we’ll also be picking some honorable mentions. Make sure you check back later this week to watch them, right here on the Propellerhead Blog.
Mackintosh Braun is a formidable indie electronic duo from Portland who blend crisp, sophisticated production with sharp, emotive songwriting. They find themselves drawn to the technical side of music: sampling, sequencing, and high-end production. We had a chat to find out more about their use of Reason and their upcoming releases.
Harald Austad is a producer and songwriter from Norway. He’s worked with artists such as Spellemanns winners (Norwegian Grammys artists of the year) Karpe Diem, Madcon and Jaa9&Onkl P and winner of Norway’s Got Talent, Sirius, selling platinum albums and singles. An avid Reason user, we sat down to talk music with Harald.
Always right on the cutting edge of sound design, Max Rehbein is back with another tutorial. This time he dives into the Parsec Spectral Synthesizer to create a rich pad sound and then take it further, morphing it into a beautiful ambient drip.
You have to hear it to believe it!