G. W. Childs delves into the dark side (not really...) of Propellerhead Reason and uncovers how Redrum can actually be used to create melodic sounds and phrases.
Take your Reason mixing chops to the next level with these useful automation tips from Hollin Jones.
Developers rejoice! Propellerhead's latest SDK 2.2 for Rack Extension development brings new ways to design and implement modern and simple GUI improvements and "expand ways we engage with REs".
It's the weekend and it's time to relax. G. W. Childs shows how to create an evolving, ambient background sonic landscape in Propellerhead Reason's Thor.
Propellerhead Reason users take note! Hollin Jones is all about spatial effects and in this quick read he shares six excellent tips for making the most of reverb in Reason.
Propellerhead Take is now at version 2.0! Get inspired, record your ideas, and collaborate with free voice memo app for musicians. This update has gone all vocal!
The new Reason 8.2 makes it easy to stay up to date and get many of your most requested features automatically. There's also improvements to browsing, soundbanks and Remote support for ReDrum.
Using recycled loops to create new drum kits is what we've got on the menu for you here... and all you need is Propellerhead Reason to do it. G. W. Childs is your guide.
Interested in getting that classic 'big machine' rich and dense reverb sound? Want it inside Propellerhead Reason? The Fiedler Audio AD 480 Rack Extension might be just what you're looking for.
Creating effective sound design for film or TV doesn't require you to have the most expensive instrument libraries. In fact, Propellerheads Reason has more than enough for your atmospheric needs.
Expand your Reason Rack and save up to 80% on massive instruments and effects collections with Propellerhead's three new Rig bundles.
Looking to make a great sounding lead guitar from a synth? Bring on Reason, and more to the point, bring on Parsec. G. W. Childs shows how to twist this synth's sounds into convincing lead guitar.
Propellerhead Software today announced that you can get their four best-selling instruments and effects (worth $250) free when you purchase Reason until March 16th 2015.
You may not think of Dr Octo REX as a sound design tool but it actually has some great features you can use to tweak your loops and slices and make your tracks sound more unique and interesting!
Have you thought about using reverb when mastering? Yes, I said reverb! To add some final sheen to your masterpiece, a bit of reverb can go a long way as Mo Volans shows in this video.