I will always record with the volume control(s) and tone control(s) fully open. This way I can capture the unaffected tone of my guitar(s). But I can still lower the treble of the sound using a simple EQ in my DAW in the same way as a tone control on the guitar would.
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With Reason’s Grain device you can create the same sort of lively sounding hihats as on the old Linn LM-1 drummachine. I’ve created it as a free download.
On many drummachines, hardware and software, a drumhit at a certain velocity level will result in a predictable sound. So every time you hit that drumsound at the same level exactly the same sound will be produced.
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.
Today on Facebook somebody said: “Thors analog oscillators and chorus sounds terrible”
22 extremely dedicated programmed Combinator patches containing Subtractor and Malström devices + FX
Today I want to share a simply but super effective usage of the Pulveriser, one that will change the compression amount dynamically. Compressing the peaks Add the Pulveriser to your rack. Let’s try using it in the Master section this time, as a Mastering effect. Now hit the Tab-key for connecting the back of the […]
A super interesting but not yet super famous feature of the Pulveriser can be found at the back of this device. The Pulveriser accepts Audio Inputs for modulating. Audio modulating audio, which is really cool!
When: September 13th, 2009 from 12pm to 6pm Where: SAE Institute Rotterdam Kratonkade 5 3024 ES Rotterdam Workshops from: Simon Grey Marco Raaphorst Coen Molenaar Matthias Zalepa I will do a special Reason 4 live Loop combi workshop around the Reason Thor synthesizer and Reason Dr. Rex for live triggering of loops. This workshop will […]