MPC 8 Swing is an essential patch that should have been included in Propellerhead Reason but which was not. So I created it.
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I analysed the MPC swing timing, found out how it really works and how I can apply it in the Reason DAW to my own tracks.
The Spider Audio has a rather nasty bug. But there’s a super simple solution to it.
Yesterday Ed Gool of Oenkenstein Audio released his first Reason Rack Extension: Rumble. Time to ask Ed a few questions about it!
I’ve created a tape-like peak compressor Combinator patch in Reason which also produces some lovely odd harmonic saturation.
The Props announced that version 9.5 of Reason will support VST plugins. What!? Yes indeed! Time for an analysis.
When using drum and percussive loops I will always choose the RX2 format. Here’s why
Tape like saturation is really easy to simulate with the default devices of Reason and Live.
Ableton Live performs flawlessly while Propellerhead Reason performs badly using the same low latency settings. I found the reason and a solution for these problems!
“Prison Sky: Mark the 5th anniversary of open-source software engineer Bassel Khartabil’s detention”
Mid/Side processing is a technique many mastering engineers are using because it is so easy and effective. Here’s how to use it in Reason.
Many years ago I designed the Vox George Michael patch for Reason’s Factory Sounds ReFill. In respect to George Michael. Here’s that story.