Reason 9 Tutorial519
Crush your Learning Curve on Propellerhead's Reason 9 with David Wills' personal tour of Reason's brand new version 9!
Reason has long been a favorite DAW of many engineers and musicians due to it's ease of use but this in depth training course takes you behind the scenes to Reason's POWER tools. A complete suite of production features that equate to a whole studio's equipment locker of gear.
With over 4 hours of in depth training David Wills takes you from a bird eye view down to deep instruction that will make you the master of your Reason DAW.
If you have been getting frustrated trying to learn Reason from just using the manual, then sit down, grab a cup of your favorite beverage and look over the shoulder of a professional audio engineer with 30 years in the business putting Reason through its paces.
SAMPLE CLIP 1: New Note Echo Tool.
SAMPLE CLIP 2: Recording with Dr OctoRex Loop Player.
Hardware (Audio/Midi/Control Surface)
Types of tracks
Recording Virtual Instruments
Recording with Kong
Recording with Redrum
Recording with Dr OctoRex
Working with Loops
Pulsar Dual LFO
Matrix Pattern Sequencer
Players- Dual Arpeggio
Players- Note Echo
Players- Scales & Chords
Editing MIDI (Drums)
Editing MIDI (Keys)
Editing Audio (Slice Edit)
Editing Audio (Comp Edit)
Editing Audio (Pitch Edit)
Using Neptune Pitch Adjuster
Tempo/Time Signature Adjustments
Understanding the Mixer
Levels, Pan, Mute
Spectrum EQ Viewer
Master Buss Compression
Recently I decided to get into audio software (DAW) to mix the modest recordings which I make with my band on a Zoom R24. I have dabbled with DAWs in the past so I know they can be complicated. In the end I settled on Reason because it has a reputation for being accessible, AND I discovered that David Wills had made a tutorial video on Reason. I had previously used David's training video on the Zoom R24 when I first bought it. His teaching was really clear and got me up and running with the R24 in no time.
So, as soon as I bought Reason I also bought David's Reason tutorial - and I'm glad I did.
I followed his tutorial with Reason open on my computer and very quickly I was able to begin doing what I wanted to do and start mixing my tracks.
There are some additional benefits: I have learned a bit about synths (not something a guitar playing country/rock old guy would normally do - but great fun!). Also when you watch one of David's videos you don't just get instruction on the specific software or hardware you also get a feel for the whole business of recording: e.g. not just how to EQ a track but why (and why not). Same with quantisation. Important point worth noting - I am using Reason 11 and the tutorial video covers everything, even though it is based on Reason 9.
I have no association with ProAudioExp - I don't work for them, nor do I know them personally. My only connection is that I have used their training materials - and like them a lot!
I have now acquired and watched all of ProAudio's Master Class courses, along with a class on the Tascam DP-24 and Ultimate Home Recording School courses. All are extremely informative, enjoyable, and easy to understand. In short, I have learned a lot in the art of audio recording via David Wills' excellent guidance. I am now making the transition from TASCAM Portastudio to full DAW and consequently have ordered a copy of David's course on Reason 9 which I feel will greatly speed my learning of the Reason 11 software.
I am a huge fan of the ProAudio courses and highly recommend these course to others.
This course is great it explains in easy to understand explanations, all the in's and outs of this awesome software. I like some of the analogies which helps in understanding some of the technical aspects. Am looking forward to maybe an advanced dvd covering the CV and gate connections. Highly rated a must have.