This course, originally created in Reason 10, is forward-compatible with the most recent version.
Offering wavetable synthesis, FM capabilities, physical modeling and more, Europa is the most advanced synthesizer available in Reason. In this course, sound designer Rishabh Rajan digs deep into this unique and very modern instrument and explains how to get the most of it.
Rishabh starts the course with a detailed explanation of Europa's signal flow. He then moves to the heart of Europa: the three powerful and versatile sound engines. You learn about the wave section, the modifiers, and how the Spectral Filter does a lot more than filtering. You also discover the extensive modulation possibilities offered by the Harmonics section, and you learn why the Unison section is one of the best available in any soft synth.
Continuing with the course, you also discover the smooth and great sounding filter section, the 3 LFOs and 4 envelopes, the extensive modulation bus section, the semi-modular effects, and more. The course ends with a sound design workshop where you get to apply your new knowledge to create an evolving pad sound.
So join Rishabh Rajan in this course and discover the endless creative possibilities offered by this awesome Reason instrument!
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AL Townsell wrote on April 27, 2020
Phil H wrote on September 7, 2019
This course has been a real eye opener. I generally tend to just drop the stock patches into Europa and start to tweak them a little but with the help of this course I'll have a much better grounding for making my own patches from scratch. The information is clear and in a logical order with some nice surprises ,for example I never knew that you could drag and drop from the mod bus into the destinations on the synth or that the effects chain can be re-ordered. This is a course that I will be returning to again and again. I wish that I had a course like this for all of my software synths.
kevin cheng wrote on August 5, 2019
marvelous tutorial !! i highly recommend it ! this is how tutorials are supposed to be !! very detail