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Create step-sequenced synth parts

Create step-sequenced synth parts: Learning Reason 9
Create step-sequenced synth parts: Learning Reason 9

Step sequencers, also called pattern sequencers, were integral to early synthesizer music, and continued throughout music history to shape genres including acid house, acid techno, and acid trance. This style of sequencing is still used by top producers today, for everything from Electronic Dance Music to movie and television scoring. In Propellerhead Reason software, the Matrix Pattern Sequencer can be used in conjunction with virtual instruments in Reason to create synth lines evocative of the classic Roland TB-303 Bassline synthesizer. Music producer and songwriter Matt Piper shows you how to create synth lines with Matrix Pattern Sequencer, and how to connect the Matrix Pattern Sequencer to the Thor Polysonic Synthesizer in Reason 9.

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Skill Level Beginner
3h 36m
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Q: This course was updated on 10/30/2017. What changed?

A: New videos were added that cover what’s new in Reason 9.5.x, including using VST plugins in Reason, MIDI drag and drop, and delay compensation.

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