Anyone know any good "Reason 4" tutorials ?
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    Default Anyone know any good "Reason 4" tutorials ?

    Sup guys,

    Just wondering if anyone could direct me to a good reason 4 tutorial ?

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    Always check Google first.

    http://www.reasontutorials.net/

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    also try boyinaband.com ;-)

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    While I was over a buddies while trying to decide what program to buy, he had a copy of Reason 4 which I was playing around with.

    Here's a couple tutorials I found about some of the synths:

    http://www.djforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=232754

    http://www.djforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=234969

    [youtube]8ByMychEieQ[/youtube]

    [youtube]Huuk1srvVsE[/youtube]

    "you can just buy a portable mic/recorder and keep it with you/in your car and record random noises. going to a junk yard and smashing things can be cool sometime, not that hard to process into crazy morphing sounds. or if u know of any places that have hydraulics (any kind at all) get on that shit!

    if you want to make shit like that from scratch you have to combine a TON of different sounds and just have things constantly switching and as much movement as you can possibly do. (tons of automation on every sound....filters, fx, pitch bends etc)

    or combine all 3 ways of doing it... smash together samples with shit you made from scratch and sounds you recorded for a total shitmix of controlled chaos (how i usually do it)" -Excision

    Not sure if this one is helpful, but I had it bookmarked anyhow:
    [youtube]lZkf11ISpJE[/youtube]

    and http://www.djforums.com/forums/showt...eason+tutorial

    I know it's a bunch of random stuff, but hope that helps a bit!
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    Here's another little one I just stumbled across in my search for some decent free drum sample packs:

    http://www.musicradar.com/tuition/te...ep-beat-209342
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