We consider three different approaches to running a tracking session and comping takes in Reason.
Popular virtual-hardware DAW will go on sale on 1st September, and includes a new sampler, new sound, and improved Rack and more.
Introducing Reason+ and the Algoritm FM synth.
Reason is more than capable of traditional multitrack recording. So here we consider how you might run a full tracking project.
We explore a couple of ways to add analogue warmth with the Reason Mixer.
We delve deep into The Echo, Reason’s versatile delay effect.
Reason has two completely different systems for configuring MIDI sources. We unpick some of the confusion around this to find the best ways to sequence and play Reason from external devices.
We look at what you can do with Reason's new MIDI Out Rack device.
Reason version 11.2 now lets you drag MIDI clips into Live from three of Reason's MIDI-based devices: the Redrum drum machine, the Matrix step sequencer and the Dr Octo Rex Rex-file player.
No rhythm? No problem! Reason's new BeatMap device has got you covered...
We take another look at Reason's endlessly useful Combinator.
We show you how to use Reason as a plug-in within Ableton Live.
We show you how to get Live playing nicely with Reason 11.
With Reason now available as a plug-in, there's plenty to get to grips with for new and old users alike.
We get to grips with Reason's versatile new monosynth.
We explore Reason 10.4's new drum machine, Rytmik.
We show you how to get Reason and your hardware or software modular synths speaking the same language.
We show you how to connect audio, MIDI and CV between Reason and your virtual modular.
We show you how to keep Reason in sync with the outside world.
Reason may be a self-contained studio, but it can still play nicely with others.
Propellerhead's new instrument is a modular within your modular.
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