A brief overview of what we'll learn in this series.
A walk-through of the process of registering, installing and authorizing Reason 8.
Learning the names and locations of the various sections of Reason 8, including how to access those sections.
See how to view Reason's preferences, and learn about the basic settings.
Learn how select audio hardware as well as optimize audio performance.
Learn how to configure MIDI devices to work with Reason 8.
Review advanced options including Language settings.
Learn how to create, save, open and manage Reason 8 song files.
Learn how to navigate the rack section, create and organize devices.
Understanding the fundamentals of Reason's sequencer; tracks, clips, transport controls and more.
Exploring the types of tracks in Reason, how they work and how they differ from one another.
Learn about some of the more advanced sequencer functions in Reason 8, including loop mode, edit mode, and Song vs Block mode.
We continue learning about advanced sequencing.
Learn how to use the new and improved Browser to find devices, patches and sounds, as well as dragging and dropping right to the Rack.
Explore the Reason's mixer, starting with basic controls for each channel.
Learn more about channels in the mixer, including EQ, dynamics and inserts.
Learn about the mixer's master section, as well as FX sends and returns.
Explore the master section in Reason's rack, as well as the hardware interface.
Learn to record and play back MIDI data on tracks, and learn how to use features like overdub, quantize, and the Regroove mixer.
See how audio tracks work, including recording, editing, comping and more.
Learn how to create and edit patterns with Reason's pattern devices, as well as how to use patterns in a sequence.
Understanding the various types of patches, as well as how to browse, save and load patches.
Learning how various devices can connect, what types of connections are available, and some examples of creative routing.
See how simple it is to add more devices to Reason with Rack Extensions.
Learn how to create and edit samples using various Reason sampling devices.
Learn how to create stereo audio file of your mix and explore other ways to share pieces or all of your song.
Studio tech meister Todd Tatnall brings you Reason 8 Explained, covering all the important basics as well as some advanced topics that will get you up and running with Propellerheads amazing Reason 8 DAW in no time.
Todd starts with the important basics such as Installation and Authorization, followed by Interface Basics, Configuring Your Preferences, Keyboards and Control Surfaces. Next, Todd discusses how to Work with Song Files, Using the Rack, Sequencing MIDI and Choosing and Using the Different Tracks available in Reason 8.
Advanced Sequencing is next, and you'll learn all about Loop Mode, Edit Mode, Song vs Block Modes and more. The Browser is then revealed and you'll discover how powerful it truly is when picking Presets, Loops, and more for your productions.
The Mixer is then explained in detail, as well as the Master Section. Working with MIDI, Audio, Patterns, and Patches is also covered in-depth, preparing you for serious composition and production work in Reason 8.
Wrapping up the series, Todd gives you great videos on Routing Devices, Rack Extensions, Sampling and Exporting and Sharing Your Music with the World... If you use Reason 8, why not use it like a pro? Get "Reason 8 Explained" today!
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