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Sci Fi Explosion made in Reason

Sci Fi Explosion made in Reason

While a lot of explosion aren't really synthesized, most of them are captured using microphones and blowing up firecrackers and pitched down to get a different "size" on the effect itself. At least, that is the most easiest way to capture an "explosion" effect. While in theory the type of explosion is often being done using different type of fruit to blow it up. Since every type of fruit makes a different type of "muffle" or "tone" if you will. It is often how ..

2016-10-12
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Sci Fi Laser FX made in Reason

Sci Fi Laser FX made in Reason

Welcome back to another Reason sound design topic about sci fi sounds. In my previous article in this realm, I wrote a complete story about setting up a sci fi space ship engine sound. In this article I will address how to create a Laser effect using a synth.While ideal, I would use Thor to create a basic laser effect just because of its modulation possibilities. However, I might add that some of the elements can be done using the Subtractor or Malstrom. Why I hate most tutorials about laser ...

2016-10-12
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Sci Fi Sounds made in Reason Part 1

Sci Fi Sounds made in Reason Part 1

Welcome back to another Reason tutorial in the realm of Sound Design. Last week I posted an article about setting up Chip Tune sounds. Today I will write down a bold topic. Sci fi sounds and how to "mimic" them using synthesizer. This topic might come with a fair warning though: if you are trying to create a similar effect from a real sci-fi movie / sci-fi series then you will need to know its composition. Kind of like building a house, you know you will need bricks to build it... Every ...

2016-10-12
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