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.
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Comparing the RE and AU versions of Synapse The Legend in both Live and Reason. Which one is better?
The character of the RE-2A comes from a very useful peak reduction method + additional harmonics which are generated by saturating the signal.
The two great sounding Kuassa Rack Extensions Vermilion and Creme (guitar amp simulators) are updated today for additional oversampling options. Oversampling techniques were added to prevent possible aliasing tone
Primal Audio got my attention when they announced on Facebook that they were working on a Rack Extension (for Propellerhead Reason users) version of their popular iPad app: FM4. After that they came out with the PMS-20, a Korg-35 filters simulation, analogue style using dual high-pass/low-pass. And then a couple of weeks ago they gave us, Reason users, the brilliant Ladder […]
For today’s experiment I am comparing two of my favourite devices: the Pulveriser and the Revival Rack Extension.
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 […]
A couple of days ago I added the brand new Selig Gain RE to my Reason rack and I’m very happy since. It adds very precise gain and pan controls + some nifty CV additions to the Reason rack. Let’s have a closer look…
“where’s the tuner?”
Kuassa is an Indonesian company and they make in my opinion the best sounding Rack Extensions for recording guitars using Propellerhead Reason software. At the moment of writing they have two plugins out: Vermilion and Creme. I wanted to know more about these mighty fine Rack Extensions and so I decided to ask the Chairman/CTO […]
Yesterday I made a track which is kinda classical. Orkestral percussion. Very dark. Actually I made two tracks yesterday. As usual I was experimenting and suddenly I found myself fooling around with a small line of text which I’d captured from a previous recording. For both tracks I used two different Rack Extensions of the […]
Novation stopped making audio interfaces. But why did they also stop making this kind of software? It’s superb! And in my opinion it would be great if they would create a couple of Rack Extensions for Reason out of these (old) Novation Nio rack devices. They even look a bit like Reason devices too.