Hal Leonard book provides a jump-start into the basics of Propellerhead's Reason software 28/02/12
Hal Leonard Books, the musician's best source of books on the music business, audio technology, instrument history, and more, is now shipping The Power in Reason by Andrew Eisele. Part of Hal Leonard's QuickPro Guides series, the book is designed to help readers get up to speed quickly and get the most from their software.
The Power in Reason begins with an overview of the program, demonstrating basic operations and how to record and edit MIDI. Next comes a look at some of Reason's instruments, such as the Subtractor and ReDrum Drum Computer, followed by suggested techniques for adding effects to create a powerful and polished sound.
Author Andrew Eisele shows readers how to build a simple composition in Reason and presents basic mixing concepts that will help them create a professional-sounding production. Readers will also learn how to render compositions to a stereo file suitable for burning to a CD or uploading to the Web. Along the way, Eisele shares many of the tips and techniques he has learned as a Reason power-user and trainer. QuickPro Guides
Leonard Books QuickPro Guides are designed to help readers quickly implement professional techniques into their audio recordings and productions. These straightforward, task-driven, and easy-to-understand books cover music industry topics in a way that gets to the point and helps maximize creative and technical accomplishments. The QuickPro Guides are efficient and accessible, and the included DVD-ROM provides audio and video demonstrations of key Quick Pro topics. About the Author:
Andrew Eisele is the author and host of the Music Pro Guides, a training DVD series spanning 40-plus titles covering all major music production software. His teaching credits include Full Sail Real World Education, the School of Audio Engineering and Dubspot. Currently, he works as a producer/DJ and is co-founder of the arts collective Tsunami Bass Experience and MorphSaru Productions. Pricing and Availability: