Together with a free update to Reason, version 8.1, Propellerhead software has introduced yesterday (December 18, 2014) a new feature: Drop to Propellerhead. It is a music sharing service which makes it possible to share/exchanges music pieces you’ve created in Take, Figure or Reason with other users. Tricky part though: copyright!
Let’s say you want a brighter sound. One way to achieve this is by using a EQ which will push the volume of the high frequencies of the sound. No new frequencies are introduced this way only the balance between frequencies are adjusted. But another way to get a brighter sound is by using a […]
Today on Facebook somebody said: “Thors analog oscillators and chorus sounds terrible”
Yesterday’s big news of the European space probe Rosetta landing on Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko got a musical encore: it seems to be singing!
A completely different approach on creating overdriven effects using electronics was invented at the University of Alberta, Canada. This state-of-the-art technology is the first practical use ever (!) of a new generation of electronics: molecular electronics. We guitar players are the first who can use this new technology because the first practical use is a […]
Trevor Horn has influenced me a lot when it comes to sound and arrangements. The guy is a legend. And he’s also a great storyteller.
The manual made no secret of the fact that the RV7000 is based on hardware reverbs like the Lexicon 480L, TC Electronic Reverb 6000 and AMS RMX-16.
This assignment for the Disquiet Junto Project was created in Propellerhead Reason 8. I used the Thor synth device to generate the white noise which I send through a Comb Filter and a Formant Filter in series. I automated the sweep of the Frequency and Resonance of the Comb Filter and the X and Y parameters […]