The iconic rap songs that Dr. Dre produced in the early 1990's were the best party rap songs of all time, and many were lead by a high-pitched synth melody that became the hallmark of Dre tunes. Watch this video to learn how to make a similar synth lead effect in Reason.
In this tutorial, we learn how to make beats like Anti Pop Consortium in Reason. First, access the synth mode and play it so you can hear what it sounds like. You can see the delay playing as well as the items that are making this sound different. Open up the different filters and knobs as you are playing with the different sounds inside the program. Take it to a different level to test out what you want your music to sound like and what you want to hear. Play with this and the different filt...
This music production software tutorial shows you how to create Glitch-type effects for use with your drum patterns in Reason 3.0. It is an advanced tutorial only because of the speed at which he has to cover the material. In this example Ace Pincter will be adding glitch effects to drum patterns using Dr. Rex, but you can use any Reason drum pattern. Included: RV7000 Gating, Automation, Matrix offsetting, Filtering by gate, and Distortion.
In this Reason 3.0 tutorial you will learn how to achieve a glitch-type drum pattern in no time with Dr. Rex and a few steps. Use any source material you prefer and get started mangling drums with Dr. Rex in Reason 3.0.
This Reason 3.0 tutorial explains use of the Import Midi function and some of ways to use it for practice or remixing a popular song. Also, get tips on spicing up flat MIDI files while learning MIDI remixing and EQing in Reason 3.0
Reason is one of the music industry leaders in digital recording software. Learn how to use Reason Music Tools recording software from a music recording expert in this free video clip series of tips.
Learn how to set up your template in Reason 4.0 for mixing.
Using side chain Compression with Propellerhead Reason 3.
Hardstyle is one of the most popular genres of electronic music in Europe, but has as yet failed to catch on in the US. If you want to make fat hardstyle beats on your computer in Reason, check out this video to learn how to make a perfect pumping hardstyle bass beat.
This video is going to show you how easy it is to make a nice hardcore kick in reason 3.0 with standard 909 kick made in microtonic fl studio.
In this video series, watch as musician and songwriter Darin Carter teaches how to use Reason with advanced settings. Learn how to use the different synthesizers and effects, how to sequence them with midi, and how to export them into a format that can be shared with other programs and be performed live.
Benny Benassi is one of the biggest names in mainstream house music, and his distinctive synth sounds can be heard at clubs the world over. In this video you'll learn how to emulate one of his signature effects using Reason 4.
Drum and bass was originally a lighter style of jungle, but now has become dark again with the advent of dark DnB, otherwise known as darkstep, neurofunk, techstep, or darkcore. It sounds pretty evil, but you can still dance to it, and in this video you'll learn how to produce a darkstep track from start to finish using Reason 4.
Electro house has become some of the biggest music in the world since Justice brought it to the mainstream. If you consider yourself a producer and want in on that action, watch this video to learn how to make a complete electro house song from scratch in a week using Reason 4.
Thor is the synth of choice for many Reason 4 users, including Dave from Boyinaband.com, the maker of this video. Herein he will teach you how to use some advanced features of Thor to create new and unconventional sounds. These features include the phase mod, wavetable, and FM Pair oscillators; comb filters; and the modulation bus routing section.
How funky a given song is is almost directly correlated to how awesome it is, the funkier the better. Nowhere is this more true than in house music, and in this video you'll learn how to produce a funky electro lead synth track using Reason 4, much like those employed by Justice and other electro-house producers.
Justice might not have produced any new material in a while, but their place in electronic music history is already secured due to their filthy electro-house beats that have become ubiquitous in the years since they first broke out. Watch this video to learn how to make a dirty electro bass synth line like theirs in Reason 4.
Trance is a genre to which the word "epic" is too often attached, but with good reason. A properly epic trance song can take you to places you've never been before. Watch this video to learn how to make a gated trance synth lead in Reason 4.
"We Like Sportz" is one of the more divisive tunes by The Lonely Island, probably because it mocks a huge chunk of the group's fan base. Watch this video to learn how to produce the song's odd hip-hop beat using Reason 4.
When you first heard that Usher, Lil' Jon, and Ludacris had collaborated on a song, did you think there was any chance it would fail? You were wrong, and "Yeah" will be a club hit until long after we're dead. Watch this video for detailed instructions on how to replicate the beat from the song yourself using Reason 4.
In this video, we learn how to make your synths pulse & pump in Reason. If you want to achieve the pulsing sound when you are playing your song. Then, go into the beat and add in different drum, snare, beat sounds, etc. Once you add these into your beat, you will be able to play around with them. Change the effects by twisting the knobs and changing up the reverb, chorus, and more. Move the effects around until you end up with a beat that you like. Once you are finished, save this and use it ...
In this tutorial, we learn how to create a progressive house synth in Reason 4.0. Start with the mixer and add use the combinator. Right click, then create a polysonic synthesizer. Bring it down to four and then click the "show programmer" button. Select one, two, and three and then make sure your octave is four. Bring up the octave on the second so it's five. For the third oscilator, make it analog and make it a sign wave. This octave will go down one so you get some bass. Go to the mixer an...
In this video, we learn how to find soulful loops in Reason Soul School. First, select to create an instrument. Then, browse through the Reason SoulSchool Refill. There will be several categories of instruments with soul styles. Select either Cincinnati, Detroit, or Memphis. In each of them, there will be instrument loops, drums, and grooves. Each are tailored to match each other. By loading these, you can start a tight groove easily. Find the different loops and then select the one that you ...
In this video, we learn how to make a basic dirty south loop arrangement in Reason. First, load up a synth loop from the Dirty South loops. Find one that you like, then find a drum loop for this. After you have loaded this, then load up a sampler to add to this. Play this and then start to edit the sound. You can higher and lower the volume and change the tempo as well. Take small sections at a time and then you will have a sound that you like! Save this when finished and come back to edit wh...
This video demonstrates how to design drum and bass lines in a Reason 4 program. This video does not have a speaker rather it shows you on the computer how you would make these lines. Music plays at sometimes but mostly it is various screens and demonstrations of making the base lines. There is text to help you out on the screen. If you follow the steps in this video, you'll be able to create a basic drum line using Reason 4.
Want to create a track to rival any of those by Kanye, Just Blaze, or Mighty Joe? If so, you'll need to know how to sample. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to incorporate samples into your music using ReCycle and Reason 4.0. Take a look to get started using samples in your own music.
This music production software tutorial demonstrates the use of an Audio Delay to create an effective CV delay, with some tweaking in Reason. CV delays are useful for instrument design and combinator construction. Learn how to delay control voltage outputs in this Reason video.
This music production software tutorial is on the use of the BV512 vocoder as a frequency specific effects gate in Reason. This way, it is quite easy to draw a frequency curve to delay only your treble, distort your midrange, and reverb your bass, or any configuration imaginable. See how to use vocoders as effect control units in this video.
There are many ways to program or automate the redrum in Reason. This music production tutorial looks at an innovative way to auto-quantize using the Drum Solo options. Watch and learn this easy keyboard setup with a lot of potential for ReDrum in Reason.
In this music production software tutorial you will learn a quick Reason trick - how to actually "See" the effect of your filter or mod envelopes in real time. This visualization trick works with any Reason instrument. Set it up and watch it move each time you press a key inf a filter or mod envelope effect.
This music production software tutorial gives some basic understanding of how to use a compressor in Reason 3.0. Learn what Compressor does, and how to read the knobs/gain meters of Compressor in Reason 3.0.
In this Reason 3.0 music production software tutorial you will learn how to get Malstrom like effects with your own samples. The Malstrom synthesizer can create some wild sounds and it's important to know how it works and what it does. Watch and learn how to create a DIY graintable synth with Reason 3.0, similar to what Malstrom does but using your own samples.
In this music production tutorial you will learn how to initialize setup and get a basic understanding of Midi Keyboards control with Reason 3.0. Learn the basic technology and effects that go along with creating electronic music from keyboards and other MIDI sources in Reason 3.0 in this three part tutorial. Part one covers basic setup, part two covers LFOs, Sequencer edits, and use of the Pitch bend / Mod wheel and part three covers understanding control knobs and the automation thereof.
Would you believe that you can use Reason as an all-in-one performance tool? This Reason 3.0 tutorial will show you how to generate beats quickly, on the fly, using advanced Combinator automation and Dr. REX loops a-plenty. Use of Midi keyboard a must! See how to generate music quickly without completely ripping someone off in this Reason 3.0 tutorial series.
Learn some tips on setting up your drums and routing them, also we'll talk about some workflow tips and organization for creating hip hop music in Reason 3.
Learn how to Rewire Reason 3.0 with Sonar 6. Part 1 of 3 - How to Rewire Reason 3.0 with Sonar 6.
This two part tutorial shows you how to make a sampled beat using ReCycle and Reason 3.0. Part 1 of 2 - How to Make a sampled beat using Reason 3.0.
This tutorial explains how to resample a beat in Recycle then bring it in to Reason and edit it.
Jeff Dykhouse goes through the Controller Panel in the Thor Polysonic Synthesizer in Reason in this short tutorial.