Get Up To Speed With Reason 6

ASK Video releases Reason 6 tutorial DVD      08/11/11
ASK Video has released Reason 6 Getting up to Speed, a new video tutorial covering the new features and effects in Propellerhead's Reason 6 music software.
Reason and Record have been combined into Reason 6 with a lot of new features and effects. The aim of this tutorial is to help those who are already using Reason or who already have our Reason 5 to tutorial, to get up and running quickly with the new elements Propellerhead has added.
Reason 6 Getting up to Speed includes 20 videos for Mac OS X and Windows. Audio engineer and musician Mike Baggley gets user up to speed quickly by covering 5 main topics: The new Mixer, The Pulveriser, Alligator, The Echo, and Neptune. ASK Video say that by the time they are done watching, users will feel confident in using them in their next music project.
ASK Video believe that Reason veterans or owners of previous Reason tutorials should pick up this DVD because it avoids talking about previously covered topics and gets right to the new features and effects. They say that the easy-going and fun style of the tutorial also makes learning about the new features in Reason 6 a really great experience.
About the Tutorial Artist:
Audio engineer and musician Mike Baggley possesses an extensive background in audio consulting, as well as engineering and composing. Along with working as an editor with ASK Video, Mike has worked in many studios and post-production houses, including working at CBC, one of Canada's largest media outlets.
Pricing and Availability:
$19.99 USD More information:

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