How To Easily Fix The Timing And Pitch Of Any Vocal Part In Reason

Vocal pitch editing has come to Reason and it’s both simple to use and powerful in helping you to fix any vocal recordings!  

Even the best singers have moments where they don’t quite nail a vocal take, but Reason can come to your rescue. In this three-minute video from the course Reason FastTrack 201—Tuning Vocals With Pitch Edit, Reason expert Hollin Jones gives you a tour of the new pitch editing features in Reason 9’s sample editor. Working with a monophonic vocal part, you’ll see how Reason splits vocal pitches into slices and lets you work with them easily. 

Working through the various tools on offer, Hollin shows you how individual notes and words can be quantized, stretched or re-pitched with a few simple steps, and also how you can change whole phrases at once. The pitch editing tools in Reason are life savers when something has gone wrong, and are also creative tools for altering any vocal, for example taking parts from major to minor or changing timing. Discover it all in this course!

Watch the complete course on vocal editing in Reason in the AskAudio Academy here.

Reason FastTrack 201 – Tuning Vocals With Pitch Edit

Now Reason has full-featured pitch editing! That’s right, you can fix, transform, quantize and create vocal harmonies natively right in Reason 9. This course takes an Olav Basoski dance music track (complete with vocal) and then proceeds to show all the very cool things that you can do using Propellerhead’s new pitch editing algorithms.

This in-action course covers both the pitch editing tools and also shows you the best ways to get the results you’re looking for! Whether you’re doing some minor tuning fixes or making autotuned madness, you’ll find that the tutorials in this course, cover every aspect of the art of vocal tuning.

So dig in and learn everything about Pitch Edit in Propellerhead’s Reason 9 and never be out of tune again!

Watch the complete course on vocal editing in Reason in the AskAudio Academy here.

 

Hollin Jones was classically trained as a piano player but found the lure of blues and jazz too much to resist. Graduating from bands to composition then production, he relishes the chance to play anything with keys. A sometime lecturer in videographics, music production and photography post production, Hollin has been a freelance w... Read More

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