REX Reasons Revealed

Reason 103 tutorial vid from macProVideo centres on REX and FX      29/09/06
REX Reasons Revealed


macProVideo.com have released Reason 103. They say it demonstrates how to ‘create perfect REX files, and make them sparkle, using Reason's built-in DSP effects’. Here's their description in their own words...
Hip hop producers have long known that REX files offer the perfect method for flipping beats and phrases to create new, musically interesting cut-ups, but there's a lot more to REX files than just remixing pre-existing sounds. If you haven't begun making your own REX files, the beginning of this program demonstrates why REX files are central to any Reason workflow.
After learning the secrets of making your own REX files, you'll move on to explore all of Reason's Built-in digital signal processing (DSP) effects. More than just a quick tour, this tutorial shows you the how AND why of using DSP effects. For example, you'll learn now dynamic range compression works, and also see when you should apply it to beats, guitar, and other sounds to make them cut cleanly through your mix.
There's also in-depth coverage of something we all love ... VOCODING!! Learn how to use Reason's BV512 Vocoder to make your vocals sing like robots, or vocode beats to create new and interesting rhythmic arrangements.
Of course, you'll also learn how to phase, flange, delay and reverb your sounds in ways you've never heard before. There's a lot covered in this program...
Pricing and Availability:
Available now, Download or DVD-Rom
$39.50 USD
More information:
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