Reason And Logic Tutorials

macProVideo provide the training      19/06/08

Reason And Logic Tutorials


macProVideo have announced a couple of new video tutorials - Logic 201 and Reason 4 101.
Here’s the details in their own words…
Logic 201: Steve H's Logic Master Class #1
In this advanced Logic Pro Master Class by Steve H you'll learn some incredible skills for working with beats and other recorded audio files, including Beat Mapping, Fixing & Quantizing recorded audio, Automatic Beat Replacement, adding Swing and Groove to audio recordings, Using Markers, and (best of all?) how to use the Transform Window!
This is an incredibly detailed and in-depth tutorial on some seriously under-utilized features of Logic. But once you see this tutorial, you'll be using these features all the time to speed-up and enhance your music production workflow.
Reason 4 101: Core Reason 4
In this 5 hour tutorial program, macProVideo.com trainer Paul Garay demonstrates some incredible Reason 4 tips, tricks, and workflow techniques that will get you making music quickly. You'll learn how to create and patch together custom racks and then use Reason's sequencer to edit and automate MIDI data so your custom racks sing like a concert diva.
Paul also provides a solid overview of Reason 4's main synthesizers, including the NN-XT Advanced Sampler and the amazing new Thor Polysonic Synthesizer. Once you've created your sounds, see how reason's built in DSP effects can be used to enhance your sound. You'll also learn how to use Reason's M-Class Mastering Suite to put the finishing gloss on your songs.
Pricing and Availability:
Logic 201: $49.50 USD
Reason 4 101: $39.50 USD
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