Reason’s instruments are some of the best in the business. In this course, Reason pro Hollin Jones gives you a guided intro to each one. He also shows you, by example, how to create everything from fat basses, heavy beats, and scary synths through to delicate pianos and even orchestral sounds!
Hollin starts out with a tour of each instrument module from the simple ID8 through the multi-layered NN-XT and complex Thor synth all the way to the futuristic Kong Drum Designer. He explains how these instruments are the sonic foundation to create great-sounding tracks.
Next, comes the Combinator. Here's where Hollin shows you his tips on how to load up as many instruments as your computer can handle and then use the Combinator to go beyond the limits of individual modules to build gigantic, multi-instrument sonic sculptures!
So get to know and learn how to use all of Reason 8’s awesome instruments in this timeless course by Hollin Jones.
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Pejovoi wrote on January 17, 2017
Very helpful course. Doesn't go into great detail about each instrument, but gives you enough pointers to get you well started. Plugged a lot of gaps for me: e.g. I now know a lot more about using the drum instruments and finally discovered how to create and edit combinators.
Matt M. wrote on December 22, 2014
Hollin Jones does it again! He takes Reason through its paces in order to get the new user's feet wet. Not only does he show you each section of this in-depth program, but he also shows you examples of how to use them. I had to chuckle a couple of times when he'd show something in a tutorial and it wouldn't work for him. I've had that happen to me, too! Anyway, even though I'm a long-time Reason user, I've discovered a few new tricks thanks to Hollin's tutorial course. Now I feel smarter on Reason in general and have a pretty in-depth feel for the new features in Reason v8! GREAT STUFF!!
Dan wrote on October 31, 2014
This course is a quick overview of the instruments available into Reason. Well explained with basics operations on each of them.