Learn How To Use Reason's Audiomatic Retro Transformer

Propellerhead posts a new video tutorial on the Rack Extension      03/06/13

Propellerhead have released a great new Video Tutorial on Audiomatic, picking up a musical genre that is all over the press these days ...

The Propellerhead Rack Extension comes free with the Reason 7 update: Audiomatic Retro Transformer is a psycho-acoustic future retro effect, inspired by the photo apps in your phone. Propellerhead say that you can add Audiomatic to any instrument, channel or group -- or the whole mix -- and select one of the 16 snapshots: VHS, vinyl, gadget or even mp3, to instantly sprinkle audio magic over your tracks.

Pricing and Availability:
Audiomatic is included free in Reason version 7 but is available to owners of Reason 6.5 and Reason Essentials too, as a separate purchase.

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Eau1983    Said...

Here's a music creation tool. We'll present it in a format that mimics a parody but it's really not and that's the irony of it all.

Use the "transform" knob to find the sweet-spot after applying this collection of generic filters and compression. We saw that Luxonix LFX-1310 did this almost a decade ago but, hey, we think you're morons which is why we've made sure you'll learn absolutely nothing by using our product. Why?

Who cares? It's all about the result.

05-Jun-13 12:30 PM

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