This week Protoculture joins us once again as he takes an in-depth look at how to use Reason Rack 11.
Reason has been around for a long time now and has always boasted different features that other DAW’s don’t have, however, Reason has often seemed to trail behind its competitors.
This is now a thing of the past though as its rack plugin can be used in other DAWs and everyone can now get their hands on Reason’s awesome stock plugins building layer upon layer of sound creation to give endless possibilities in sound design.
In this tutorial, Nate takes us through Reason Rack’s highlights showcasing what these plugins are capable of from super-powerful synths and samplers and intuitive and inspiring sequencers that create awesome melodies and beats, to multi-effects plugins and modular options that literally have no bounds.
Strap yourself in because there’s a lot of options for sound creation available here and whether you use Ableton, Logic Pro, Cubase etc. it’s now available to you too and veteran Reason users will be shouting “I told you it was good!”
Check it out!
Been waiting ages for this one! Reason user since 2.5, however i’m focusing a lot more on Reason inside of Abletion, a match made in heaven imo. So this is perfect timing. Great content once again guys.
This is so freakin’ awesome! I’m a longtime Reason user and this is the coolest thing ever. I’m slowly bringing the Reason rack into my workflow on an experimental so this couldn’t come at a better time.
Yeah I started with Rebirth and then Reason 1.0 years ago… kinda lost interest after a while and then got into it again at version 10. Totally fallen in love with Reason as a plugin though. I’ve been using a lot more modular stuff like Softube’s Modular and Cherry Audio Voltage lately, but I love Reason as it’s kinda filling the gap for me between overly complex modular environments and traditional instruments. It’s a really inspiring and creative tool.
I forget how powerful it is and just how much is there. I was messing around with it recently and found the bass patches for the PX-7 and was completely blown away. I’ve started to think of Reason as an instrument unto itself now that it can be used anywhere.
I can’t wait to get my hands on Friktion!
Very good and the section on Modular was extremely helpful, thanks
Great course. Thanks for doing it. I’ve been using Reason since Version 3 and my latest version was 10. I use Gig Performer when I gig, and I had been routing audio from Reason into GP using a BlackHole device, but that was cumbersome at best. Now that I’m a Reason+ subscriber, I’m enjoying the benefit of the Reason Rack plugin. (Reason+ is an amazing deal for Reason owners, but the way. I’m paying $99 for the first year, and with Reason 12 likely coming out within the year, I’m covered.)