Learn how to pitch correct vocals using the powerful new Pitch Edit Mode in Propellerhead Reason 9 in this online tutorial with audio engineer and songwriter Matt Piper. Learn how to do very natural vocal pitch correction, as well as "Cher effect" pitch correction. You will also learn how to create vocal harmonies using Pitch Edit Mode in Reason 9.
- [Voiceover] Reason 9 has a new Pitch Edit mode,…so I've recorded a little track here…with a guitar part and a vocal part,…and I have not done any pitch correction on it yet.…So let's hear it in its raw form first,…and then we'll see if we can make it sound any better.…(guitar music)…♫ There's no reason to fear…♫ But if you're still afraid…♫ Well, that's okay ♫…I'm gonna double click on this vocal track,…and now I'm in the Pitch Editor.…
Sometimes an audio track may open up in the Slice Editor…or the Comp Editor,…but you can always get back to the Pitch Editor,…or whichever editor you would like to be in.…So so far, nothing has been done here,…and I wanna look on the left here.…There's a Transpose Type, and it has defaulted to Jump,…which is not really want I want,…because what that's gonna do…is it's gonna snap to semi-tones,…but they're gonna be relative to whatever note I sang,…even if the note I sang is a quarter tone…or some not-standard pitch,…and Fine would just let me freely move things…with no snapping at all.…
- Recording audio and virtual instrument tracks in Reason 9
- Loop recording
- Creating synth lines
- Making beats with loops and the sequencer
- Editing audio
- Correcting pitch
- Automating tempo and time signature
- Mixing tracks in Reason
- Master the final recording
Skill Level Beginner
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.