WNAMM08: Propellerheads Groove Mixer Up Close

Mix up your timing      31/01/08

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One of the more powerful but perhaps least understood new features in Reason 4.0 is the Groove Mixer, which allows incredibly detailed manipulation of timing, groove and feel for any number of elements within your Reason song. We hooked up with Gerry Bassermann – who’s the newly appointed director of US markets. He showed us how it works
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Big Deal    Said...

Wooopppeee! Looks like the old MIDI editing stuff we did back in the late 1980s. Opcode's Vision sequencer way back then had this stuff and groove templates etc... Wake me up when it's over.

01-Feb-08 10:03 PM


Jack Johnson    Said...

It's a little different to that stuff 'Big Deal'!

Anyway, this is a very handy tool, and this video explains it well, but could have maybe made it sound better. the end audio result here is underwhelming to those who don't quite get all the tech explanations, but would go 'wwwooowww' if they heard a really funky ass track come out of a hard 16th note quant. the end result simply sounds a bit 'off' and out of coherent groove. Still...perhaps he saves it when he say a groove can even sound 'late at night' haha. :)

02-Feb-08 07:35 PM


Beken One    Said...

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yamaha's are faster to work with.....no mouse needed. ands its a real time os in firmware.

10-Feb-08 12:18 PM


nine    Said...

gay

23-Feb-08 02:51 PM


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