Get a new drummer for your next track! This week we've made a feed with acoustic drum loops, perfect if you need a solid foundation for your next song or just want something to jam to. Check out the feed, open a loop in Take or Reason and make some music!
Figure drum loops
Do you prefer waveforms and filters to sticks and cymbals? Check out this feed of electronic drum loops made in Figure! Ready to build on in Figure, Take or Reason.
Hi there, Stefan here. I just wanted to go through a few resources of where to find new impulse responses to use with the new convolution mode in the updated RV7000 MkII–when you're finished going through the massive RV7000 MkII ReFill, that is.
There is a plethora of free impulse responses (IR files) out there on the web which are free to acquire and free to use. This is only a list of a few of them, so if you're feeling bold, just do a google search for "free impulse responses" and I'm sure you'll find even more.
Another cool trick is if you use Logic Pro, you can simply rename the .sdir files used in Space Designer to .aiff or .wav and they can be used in the RV7000 MkII! You can find the .sdir files in the following directory: ~/Library/Application Support/Logic/Impulse Responses.
Starting with the most important ones, well, since I'm a guitar player.
House producer and long time Reason user Lucky Date recently joined up with Pyramind and held a two hour Elite Session which is now available online over at their website. Among LOTS of other things, Lucky Date talks about his production process and workflow in Reason and also how he came to the name "Lucky Date". We get an in-depth exploration of his own tracks and how they came about, as well as a discussion about collaboration techniques when working with other producers and musicians.
Check out the video teaser below and then head over to Pyramind's website for the full two hour Elite Session.
Pyramind Training, the San Francisco music production school, operates side by side with Pyramind Studios. Pyramind offers a wide range of programs; Music for Picture and Games, Electronic Music Production and Rock & Acoustic recording as well as four online programs centered around specific DAWs.
Check out the Figure Remix Feed for featured pieces and people to collaborate with. Make someone's day by remixing their music and dropping it back to Propellerhead. Just click on a piece, open it in Figure and build on it!
Brooklyn-native Mike Hrom has been filling Propellerhead with video game-influenced pop music for the last six months. We still can't believe the sounds he can squeeze out of Figure! Fluttering arpeggios, catchy melodies and tons of energy; check Mike out for yourself and get inspired!
Ever wanted to meet like-minded Figure users and make music together? Then the Figure Addicted Group on Facebook is for you! Post your pieces, join remix challenges or just hang out with the community.
The beat bulletin–check out the latest beats on Discover!
Whether you need music to rap to, a track to remix or something to chop up and sample—the beat bulletin's got you covered. Hand-picked by your friends at Propellerhead, the beat bulletin is the go-to feed for beats made by the community.
Have you seen this?
With an updated Sing to this-feed and the release of Take 2.1, the voice was in the spotlight last week. We've compiled our favorite new vocal pieces in a new, inspiring feed—check it out!