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Reason 8 303 - Synthesis Explored.
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In Reason's Malström, when we turn the Motion knob to the left, we are:
slowing the rate of the modulation
slowing down the rate the at which the synth will advance through the grains
lowering the pitch of the audio file
slowing down the audio file
We start Thor's pattern sequencer by pressing the Run button, with one of three settings: Repeat, 1-Shot, or Step. What does the 1-shot setting do?
Waits for the next Run button to be pressed
Plays the next beat of the pattern, then stops
Plays the next step in the pattern sequencer, then stops
Plays the pattern one time through, then stops
If you want to hear both oscillators in Subtractor, you should leave the Mix knob all the way on the right. True or false?
What type of synthesis are you using if you start with a very rich sound and carve things aways from it to get the sound you want.
Which type of filter will attenuate high frequencies?
All answers are correct
LFO stands for...
Loud Filter Output
Loop Feedback Oscillator
Long Frequency Output
Low Frequency Oscillator
In FM Synthesis, we need two signals. A Carrier signal, and a _______ signal.
The Reason devices used in this course are Subtractor, Malström, and:
For a typical Lead sound, we want the attack on the amplitude envelope to be slow. True or false?
In a combinator, we can only add 1 effect per device. True or false?
Two oscillators and two LFOs are available in Subtractor. True or false?
What are the 4 basic sections of a subtractive synthesizer?
Oscillator, LFO, Preset, Effect
Oscillator, Filter, Envelope, Amp
Wavetable, Envelope, LFO, Filter
Wavetable, Preset, Filter, Effect
In Subtractor, the velocity can only control the volume. True or false?
The button we press to reveal the "guts" of Thor is:
In Subtractive Synthesis, what are we "subtracting"?
Which of the following is a parameter for fine-tuning the pitch?
In order to see the devices inside of Reason's Combinator, we need to press the button labeled:
There are ____ semitones in an octave.
Basically, Maelström's Mod A and Mod B sections are:
Modulation effects (Chorus, Flanger or Phaser)
the color of a sound
the frequency of a sound and its resulting overtones
the distance between the lowest and highest notes
the basic frequency of a sound
Velocity refers to how hard we play the note on a keyboard. In Subtractor, this can be applied to:
All answers are correct
The Sustain parameter sets the:
What are the four most standard waveforms?
Sine, Triangle, Square, Sawtooth
Rectangle, Triangle, Circle, Square
Sine, Rectangle, Square, Sawtooth
Sine, Triangle, Square, Rectangle
ADSR stands for:
Amplitude, Damping, Sustain, Resonance
Amplitude, Decay, Sustain, Resonance
Attack, Decay, Sustain, Release,
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The Modulation Matrix in Thor will let you modulation nearly anything with ______ .
the modulation envelope
the amplitude envelope
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