New Tutorials For Reason's Pitch Edit

Reason 9's pitch editing capabilities explored and explained in new videos      14/07/16

Propellerhead says that less than a month into Reason 9's release people are into the swing of things - exploring the new Reason 9 sounds, expanding their ideas with Players, and getting their vocals into shape thanks to Pitch Edit. Of the video above, they had this to say,"To help people get started with Pitch Edit we have released a tutorial to show you the fundamentals of good vocal tuning technique. Learn how Pitch Edit can perfect your own vocals and give your audio tracks that final layer of polish"

This next video is entitled Justen Williams' Pitch Edit exploration. A spokesperson told us, "New Orleans music producer and Reason evangelist Justen Williams has been digging into Reason 9's new features and discovered an alternative and unofficial technique that takes drum samples and revitalizes them using Pitch Edit. Yes, Pitch Edit. Sure most drums don't have any discernible pitch to them but that doesn't mean Justen hasn't figured out a cool trick he wants to share with the Reason community."



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