Looking for Record? The recording software for musicians is no longer available separately, but all its features — including the massive mixer, streamlined audio recording, Line 6 guitar and bass amps, Neptune pitch correction, and more — live on in Reason and Reason Essentials.
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The Record micro tutorials is a series of short and focused tutorial videos that will highlight one aspect of Record in each installment.
The collection of Record micro tutorials is available as a free video podcast in Apple's iTunes store. It's a perfect way to download the tutorials and improve you Record knowledge while riding the bus. Or simply watch them on your media player while using Record on your computer. Subscribe to the Podcast
Here's a look at how to set up a session with Logic as the ReWire host for Reason & Record. We'll look at how to set up ReWire inputs in Logic and how to patch separate audio outputs in Record.
In this micro tutorial, we get a close look at how to set up for a ReWire session in Pro Tools and Record. We look at how to set up the ReWire plug-in in Pro Tools and how to route the Record mixer's nifty direct out audio to your DAW to mix your music where you want to without losing the sweet sounding audio treatment in the Record mixer.
In this micro tutorial you will see how to set up side chain compression in Record for some nice pumping audio effects. We'll look at how to do this with the dynamics section in Record's built in mixer and also how to do it with the MClass compressor.
De-essing is the process to reduce those nasty sharp 's' sounds that can cut through your mix and wreak sonic havoc on your latest ballad. Ok, maybe that specific use case does not apply to you, but a de-esser is a very useful tool that can help you balance a mix. "But Record does not have a De-esser effect", you might say. That's true. But as usual with Reason and Record, there is a routing solution to every problem.
It's time to take a look at some ways to work creatively with REX files in Record. Record allows you to work with REX files in new, cool ways – in this tutorial, we learn a few of them.
A look at what Record has to offer Reason owners besides audio recording, fantastic mixing, out-of-this-world time stretch and such. We're taking a look at sequencer enhancements, rack improvements, multi-processing and much more.
In this tutorial, we will learn how to hook up Reason's vocoder to Record for use with a live audio input (aka robot singing). We'll also learn how to put a vocoder on an existing audio recording.
Here we will take a look at how to register and authenticate Record. Perhaps not the most fun topic we could come up with, but it's oh so useful!
In this tutorial we are exploring some of the creative uses of pattern based based effects that are available in the Reason sound bank. If you have Record and Reason, all of Reason's effects can be used on audio tracks in Record.
We also take a look at how easy it is to bounce audio tracks to new tracks in the song arrangement.
Send effects are the effect units that you feed from the mixer's effect sends. These are useful for effects like reverb or delay where you want to feed several channels through the same effect unit.
In microtutorial 10 we show how you can mix pieces from different songs and recording sessions, as well as spice up your tracks with REX loops.
This video shows how to get going with Record, including activation and setup.
Learn how Record's loop mode recording and comp mode editing helps you compile the perfect take from multiple recordings.
In Record micro tutorial number seven, we take a look at MIDI clips and some of the MIDI recording and editing capabilities in Record's sequencer.
In this Record micro tutorial we go over basic handling of audio clips in Record's sequencer, and the tools you have access to for editing and arranging your recordings.
In this tutorial we are going to look at how insert effects are used in Record. Insert effects are the kind of effects that you insert in the signal chain between the instrument/audio track and the mixer.
Here is a close-up on a channel strip in Record's mighty main mixer. Take a look and see exactly what's contained within each channel in the mixer.
This micro tutorial shows how the built-in Line 6 POD and Bass POD are used in Record. We also learn how to unlock even more amp and speaker models by connecting a Line 6 hardware unit to the computer.
The second micro tutorial shows how Reason and Record work together as one when installed on the same computer.
The first micro tutorial explains the basic layout of Record, how to move between them and how to go about making your first recording.