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Join author J Chris Griffin, as he demonstrates how to record music in Reason 6.5, the virtual music studio used by some of the world's most popular musicians and DJs. Get jump-started with the "Making Music Right Away" chapter, and then dig into the program and discover how to create beats with ReDrum, use loops in Dr. Rex, and record guitars and basses through the built-in Line6 devices. The course also shows how to work with the built-in synths; utilize the collections of samples, patches, and programs known as ReFills; and add effects on several types of tracks. Finally, Chris dives into the Reason sequencer, track types, editing audio and MIDI data, and setting the tempo and click track.
I hope you've enjoyed Up and Running with Reason 6.5. I know I've really enjoyed making this course and I've learned a few new things along the way as well. To find out more about Reason, you can begin exploring by right-clicking just about anything within the application, including audio clips, MIDI clips, devices in the rack, and more. Also, the Reason users guide has a wealth of information and is really well put together. The Propellerheads website has many resources as well, so check the site from time to time and see if something might be useful for you.
Check back with lynda.com to see what other courses are available for learning audio engineering and music production. And lastly, you can always check out my website at jchrisgriffin.com. From time to time there are workshops and master classes that I host in the New York City area, and sometimes there are free patches on the line as well. Here's to skillful editing! Have fun!
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