Join Matt Piper for an in-depth discussion in this video Live sampling, part of Learning Reason 7.
When propeller had added sampling functionality to reason, they…really thought about trying to make it easy and fun…and something you can actually do on the fly, even…while your track is playing, if you're monitoring through headphones.…Before we get to sampling.…There are some settings we need to look at.…I'm going to be using a single microphone. So I'm going to look up at the…top of my rack at the hardware interface.…This is Reason's connection to your audio card.…
And I'm going to click this audio I/O button so that I can see the audio I/O.…And I see on the front here, that there's a sampling input.…I'm going to flip the rack around by clicking the tab key and I see…that there are a pair of cables connected, it's a stereo connection.…Since I'm just using one microphone, which is plugged into the left input.…I will only hear that sound in the left side…of the stereo image and that's not what I want.…
I want a mono signal in the center of…the stereo image so I'm going to disconnect this cable.…If you find yourself doing a lot of sampling, if that…
- 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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