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Step-program drum beats with Redrum

Step-program drum beats with Redrum: Learning Reason 9
Step-program drum beats with Redrum: Learning Reason 9

Classic drum machines that use step programming such as the Roland TR-808 and TR-909 have been integral to the sound of many music genres, including hip hop music, electronic dance, house, techno, and R&B, as well as numerous subgenres. In Reason 9, the Redrum Drum Computer combines this step programming method with the ability to load any sound sample on any drum channel. Matt Piper, music producer and audio engineer, shows you how to program a beat with Redrum, how to copy the drum pattern to a new location and then add slight variation to the beat in the new location, and how to alternate between beats. You will even learn how to use Redrum to spontaneously generate random beats to help inspire your creativity.

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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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