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Propellerhead Reason 4 Tips and Tricks
Synopses & Reviews
This book covers everything you need to know about using Reason in your everyday music-making. It will let you unlock the full creative potential of your software by giving you the inside track on how to make the best and most effective use of it.
Ideal for beginners, intermediate and experienced users, the book covers topics from advice on computer audio setups and operating systems through to working methods, linking Reason with other programs and using your own sounds and custom racks.
Other topics include expert tips on using all the instruments such as the new Thor Polysonic Synthesizer, tools and effects, the ReGroove mixer, recording and sequencing, detailed MIDI editing and parameter automation. It even tells you how to mix down and publish your tracks.
Propellerhead Reason Tips and Tricks is an invaluable everyday companion to help you get the most out of Reason.
Book News Annotation:
Jones, a musician, writer, and college instructor in the UK, has written a thorough guide to the Reason music program. Taking the reader through from the most basic to the most advanced aspects, Jones describes the program and all its tools in personable and clear language. The text is accompanied throughout by copious screenshots and inset boxes with tips and info. Sections are included on recording, using your own samples, using the Thor Polysonic synthesizer, exporting in realtime, and publishing your finished work. This is an excellent work for both novices and advanced users. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Ideal for beginners, intermediate, and experienced users, this reference covers topics from advice on computer audio setups and operating systems through to working methods, linking Reason with other programs, and using sounds and custom racks.
About the Author
Hollin Jones is a full-time musician and writer, as well as a lecturer at colleges and universities throughout the South West of England.
A classically trained pianist, Hollin became heavily involved in music and multimedia technology after completing a Masters Degree in Digital Media. An animated short film for which he recently wrote the soundtrack was nominated for a BAFTA award in Wales.
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