- Installing the Rack Extensions
- Setting up Reason's preferences
- Recording audio and software instrument tracks
- Creating drumbeats with Redrum and the Kong Drum Designer
- Customizing REX loops
- Live sampling
- Recording automation
- Quantizing audio
- Pitch correcting vocals
- Time stretching and time compressing audio
- Mixing your tracks with compression, EQ, and effects
- Mastering a recording in Reason
Skill Level Beginner
- [Voiceover] Hi, I'm Matt Piper and this is Up and Running with Reason 8. Reason is a music-production environment that brings the feel and features of a professional recording studio to your computer. In this course, we'll start by going over everything you need to know to get set up and to become comfortable in the Reason environment. Next, we'll record music into Reason with guitar, bass, and software instruments and make beats with Reason's built-in drums, percussion, and audio loops. You'll even see how easy it is to sample your own sounds.
After that, we'll look at how to edit your recording with Reason's audio and MIDI editing tools. And production techniques, including vocal pitch correction and time stretching. Next, I'll show you how to mix your recording using Reason's studio-quality mixer and effects processors. Finally, I'll walk you through exporting your work for collaboration, or for delivery to a mastering engineer, and how to master a recording yourself. So if you're ready to go, let's get Up and Running with Reason 8.
(guitar and drums playing)
1. Setting Up
Using Reason's browser5m 58s
2. Recording Music
3. Editing Your Recording
4. Mixing Your Recording
5. Finishing Your Recording
Mastering your own recording12m 36s
Next steps1m 10s
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