(Music Pro Guide Books a DVDs). You'll begin with a little history of the synthesizers and the basics of how use them. Learn the functions of oscillators, filters, amplifiers, LFOs and envelopes. Next, you'll apply your knowledge to the Subtractor, Malstrom, and Thor. Then, you'll explore sampling and how to work with the sample-based instruments in Reason, such as the NN19, NNXT, and the Dr. Octorex. In the next section, you'll look at some advanced routing techniques, followed by an in-depth look at Reason's multitude of effects Processors. Finally, you'll build up an arrangement while practicing some advanced mixing and mastering techniques.If you compare arrangement and sequencing to be like sketching out an idea for a painting, then mixing is equivalent to breaking ... on my own mix, Ifind it easierfor my brain to first identify the sound of correct balance between the kick drum and bass by listening to a properly mixed track. ... Genre is most important; for example, it doesna#39;t make sense to use a rock song as a reference for an electronic track.
|Title||:||Sound Design and Mixing in Reason|
|Publisher||:||Hal Leonard Corporation - 2012-02-01|