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Multi-lane Editing In Reason

Propellerhead Reason Tips & Techniques
Published February 2019
By Simon Sherbourne

Screen 1: Three MIDI clips in the regular Arrangement view.Screen 1: Three MIDI clips in the regular Arrangement view.

Multi‑lane editing is the secret to working with MIDI notes and drum layers in context within Reason.

When working with DAWs and sequencers there's a tendency to focus on one track at a time. In fact this has been an easy production trap to fall into ever since Les Paul came up with the concept after which this magazine is named. Whether you're mixing, composing or editing, it's always good to keep an ear on the big picture even when fine-tuning the details.

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Published February 2019