Join Matt Piper for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating pattern-based sequences, part of Learning Reason 7.
So let's look in the rack. So here is subtractor, I'll press F8 and…I want to go to utilities and I'm going to drag in a matrix pattern sequencer.…If you're interested at all in making any kind…of electronic music, this is a very useful device.…So if I flip my rack around by clicking…the Tab key, you'll see that this has automatically connected…itself appropriately. And if I just press this Run button…you'll hear this pattern that's already there by default.…
And I can click around in here.…And you can hear what I've changed.…I can click this Tie button, and now it will tie notes together.…So you can hear that the attack, there's not a re-triggering…of the filters that make that sort of sharp attack sound…that you're hearing.…And, if I'm just feeling like throwing caution to the wind.…I can randomize the pattern, and just hear what came out.…
Okay.…So that may sound like sci fi music.…But when you find a sound that's working…right, and just keep popping that random button.…Eventually you often find something that sounds oh, that's kind of cool, if I would…
- Setting up Reason's preferences
- Recording audio and software instrument tracks
- Creating drum beats with Redrum and the Kong Drum Designer
- Triggering REX loops
- Live sampling
- Recording automation
- Quantizing audio
- Pitch correcting vocals
- Using the ReGroove Mixer
- Time stretching and time compressing audio
- Working in the mixer and the rack
- Processing your tracks with compression, EQ, and effects
- Mastering a recording in Reason
Skill Level Beginner
1. Setting Up
2. Recording Music
3. Editing Your Recording
4. Mixing Your Recording
5. Finishing Your Recording
Mastering your own recording12m 46s
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