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- Aug 25th, 2010
With Record 1.5 Propellerhead Software has added full-featured professional audio recording to their suite of music production software. And we at macProVideo.com are excited to introduce you to G.W. Childs IV who will show you all the potential power locked up inside this awesome new DAW!
The name says it all: “Record” is a full featured audio/midi recording software package designed for the recording musician. It has unlimited tracks, a powerful mixer modeled after the SSL 9000K with FX, EQ and dynamics processing on every track. And if you own Reason, you can also access every synth and effect in Reason’s rack! The sonic possibilities are, well, astounding!
macProVideo.com is excited to bring you G.W. Childs IV, a Reason & Record power-user, to introduce you to the potential power locked up inside this awesome new DAW! From basic set-up techniques to audio Time Stretching and Blocks, G.W. gets you started recording and producing your ideas into final tracks with Record!
G.W is a music industry heavy-weight whose credits as a sound designer include Lucas Films, remixes for James Brown & Razed in Black, and other productions that span the musical spectrum. He comes to macProVideo.com directly via our friends at Propellerhead Software (the developers of Reason and Record) who personally recommended G.W. as the man in the know when it comes to Record!
Now with Record every musician has the essential tools required to produce music that sounds like it was recorded and mixed by a big studio engineer. So join G.W. Childs as he shows us how to harness the power of Record to turn our tracks into solid platinum!
- Reason 5 101: Core Reason 5
- Reason 5 102: KONG: King of Drums
- Reason 5 103: Thor: Master Of All Synths
- Reason 5 104: Dr. OctoRex: Sonic Surgery
- Reason 5 106: The Combinator
- Reason 5 202: Live Sampling in Reason
- Reason 5 501: Working with Reason 5
- Record 101: Core Propellerhead Record
For a full list of the topics covered, see the Tutorial Outline
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Excellent! Great way to get going in the record section of 6.5 Now, more in depths stuff would be great!
Amazing stuff as normal! Mind you that in the automation video, he does go off screen and though I would have liked to provide feedback ... that video may require a redo. But as always ... phenomenal instruction!
Good tutorial, though basic as I'd expect for 101. Hope to see more advanced Record stuff soon.
Simply Great! Easy and funny to learn
I really enjoyed this tutorial. Along with the Reason Core program I now have a much better understanding of the programs, and also of recording techniques in general.
Great jobs. Record Tutorial completes perfectly the Reason 5 videos. Keep on the work, pals.
Over all i enjoyed it and liked seen how the new stuff works. But it pretty much covers the basics. I hope you guys add on to it and include more advanced stuff in the future. For those starting out with Record, this tutorial is a must have.
Great series! Covers the basics with much good info, and I love the guys sense of humor. Technically well done: in some of the older series, the sound level for the instructors' voice and the sound from the app are so wildly different that if you crank up the volume to hear one, the other is blowing out your speakers. This one's perfect. I'm looking forward to 102.
Another great tutorial from you guys. The material is delivered in an informative but easy going style and covers all the basic features required to get up and running with Record. Despite having owned Reason for a month the tutorial taught me a lot of new things that I doubt I would have discovered without resorting to wading through the manual. Futhermore, seeing a pro work with the package fills in many of the questions I had as to 'why is that implemented in that way?'. If you are an avid fan of software manuals you might not need this tutorial but personally I found it very useful and most importantly made me want to fire up Record and make some noise.
its good,but I did think it missing a few things. would have like to know how to put in my drum sound into mixer....I know to do it in reason Tommyjoe