The Voices of Reason are here! Reason super user Al Swettenham shows you in-depth production techniques as well as tips & tricks on creating authentic sounding productions in different genres. Vol 1 focuses on big, powerful drums in the styles of Dub Step and U.K. Tropical House.
Al starts of with importing drum samples and building your Reason rack with samplers, compressors, EQ's and effects. He then shows you how to program the beats, apply parallel compression, sidechain compression as well as how to EQ your drums to make them punchy and powerful.
If you want to make authentic radio sounding productions in Reason, this collection is an absolutely must see. Watch "Voices of Reason Vol 1" today.
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Submitted 4 months ago
I am a: Beat Maker
Submitted 6 months ago
Excellent video very good step by step training
I am a: Professional, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, Ableton Live, Logic Pro
Submitted 10 months ago
Great explanation. Enjoyed listening.
Submitted 1 year ago
Packed with Technique
Another great title by Swettenham!
I am a: Semi-Pro
Submitted 2 years ago
Great production tips
this tutorial gives you a lot of insight into how to produce tracks in reason by watching Al take you thru the process step by step ,, very informative ...
I am a: Musician
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