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xbitz 2013-03-08 15:57

great soundings .reason templates (trance)
 
it started in the "Why do YOU use Reason? Share your story here!" topic but I don't want to pollute that one more, so if anybody knows .reason template(s) (paying or not) which sounds great, please put it(them) here, I really want to know what are the limits of Reason alone(mainly in trance) so if u know templates like

http://producerbox.com/items/132/Luk...Template).html

http://producerbox.com/items/20/Luke...Template).html

which ones are sounds really great (IMO) please put them here THX (the two ones above sounds really cool especially the Chimaera one so I've got the faith in Reason again :) ), and thx for Luke PN whoever you are ;)

3rdFloorSound 2013-03-08 16:24

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Originally Posted by xbitz (Post 1252604)
typical Reasonish (powerless, and thin)

Maybe it's something in the way I work, or that I rarely use presets without tweaking, but I've never heard this "reason sound" thing. Especially don't get it now that you can sample/record audio.
I do suspect though that when people talk about the "reason sound" it's because they're sticking with presets, not layering instruments or tracks, and not doing a heck of a lot of eq-ing.

xbitz 2013-03-08 16:33

no offense please ;) , I need templates (I want to learn what is the way of the correct mixing/mastering in Reason), I've removed that part...

ps. so I know vst based DAWs but don't have another years to learn which/what is the correct path of mixing/mastering in Reason (but Reason is the DAW or similar something :) which finally I like or want to like )

3rdFloorSound 2013-03-08 17:35

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Originally Posted by xbitz (Post 1252632)
no offense please ;) , I need templates (I want to learn what is the way of the correct mixing/mastering in Reason), I've removed that part...

Oh, it's not offensive, just always thought it odd - as far as templates, I've seen a bunch pass through the user forum, so if you use the search over there a bunch should come up. Think there was one only two days ago - a vintage warmer template, maybe?
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ps. so I know vst based DAWs but don't have another years to learn which/what is the correct path of mixing/mastering in Reason (but Reason is the DAW or similar something :) which finally I like or want to like )
Eh, shouldn't really take that long.
The way I mix (which may or may not be correct) is
1-individual instrument sound/tone
2-same thing + panning, but with all instruments in the same frequency range running, EQ to get rid of conflicts and bad frequencies.
3-overall song panning and tone.
The above is over-simplified, but it's my basic order of operations.

There are a bunch of useful master section combinators in the factory soundbank - depending on your mix, some of them may even be good right out of the box.

xbitz 2013-03-08 17:46

I know the basics, from tutorials like

http://www.reasonexperts.com/reason/Mixing-guide.html
http://www.reasonexperts.com/reason/...-6-part-2.html
*

I just need full working examples, spatial mixing and m/s side mixing/mastering are quite complex ones especially genres like trance

*ps. and from http://www.macprovideo.com/tutorials/reason-application which ones are also great

3rdFloorSound 2013-03-08 18:19

I had no idea that reasonexperts site existed, thanks for posting that :)

xbitz 2013-03-09 10:32

ok, this can be the standard here, if u know better or similar please (.reason template) put it here THX

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its pure Reason core, no RE in it, almost same as the original one, I just played it with a little :) big respect to Luke PN

MrFigg 2013-03-09 15:44

Just want to say thanks for the Reasonexperts link as well. Lots of useful stuff. Thanks :)

vanKloot 2013-03-09 17:55

Frankly I don't think either of those Luke templates sounds terribly great. IMO this one is much better out of the box:

http://www.dancemidisamples.com/reas...-trance-1.html

xbitz 2013-03-09 18:31

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Originally Posted by vanKloot (Post 1253318)
Frankly I don't think either of those Luke templates sounds terribly great. IMO this one is much better out of the box:

http://www.dancemidisamples.com/reas...-trance-1.html

https://www.propellerheads.se/forum/...d.php?t=176889

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I like the spatial mixing/layering (and timbre programming) of Luke PN better, it sounds more professional to me, but I think its only matter of taste, both ones are great


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