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Archive for the ‘Reason’ Category

Parallel Compression

January 30, 2010

Parallel compression is just splitting the drums (or whatever) of track into two paths, leaving one very light and dainty and dynamic, and squashing the living balls out of the other. Advertisements

Reason CV Trickery

November 12, 2009

CV stands for Control Voltage. In ye olden days, control voltage was used to hook things together like modular synths and whatever else. Reason, trying to emulate the feel of ye olde hardware audio, lets you control things with CV. Most things. There comes a time when you want to control something with CV, but Reason […]

Feedback Paths, Maybe Loops

November 11, 2009

One of the fun things about Reason is that it allows feedback paths, unlike a lot of other programs. This make it insanely useful for making horrible screeching noises, but it has some more practical uses as well. Probably the most obvious is constructing feedback paths for the delay unit.