Friktion is a new Rack Extension created by Reason Studios. It’s a physical modeling synthesizer. It sounds and feels as a real acoustic instrument.
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The Kuassa Amplifikation Matchlock amp simulator tries to mimic Fender amps. How good is it?
Digital is perfect. Digital is a blank canvas. Uncolored. Which is kinda boring. Modern music needs treatment. Needs saturation and noise. So that’s why I bought this new tool which can fuck up a signal in a nice way: the RX950 Classic AD/DA Converter.
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!
The Props announced that version 9.5 of Reason will support VST plugins. What!? Yes indeed! Time for an analysis.
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.
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.