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My Apology (about the issue regarding the Reason License)

My Apology (about the issue regarding the Reason License)

Since it is early in the morning, I hereby want to get this message out before things get a bit out of control.
5 months ago
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control voltage part 7 PSQ1684

control voltage part 7 PSQ1684

This will be my final episode for now
5 months ago
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Control Voltage part 6 Chaotic Signal Processing

Control Voltage part 6 Chaotic Signal Processing

Hi I am Hydlide of Reasonexperts.com

Today I will be making use of the BZR-1 Rack Extension to make random state patterns using Control Voltages.

In the end, we'll be setting up a combinator so we can just twist a few rotaries to make changes in the sound real quick
5 months ago
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Control Voltage Part 5<br/>Ratchet Sequencing

Control Voltage Part 5
Ratchet Sequencing

Hi I am Hydlide of ReasonExperts

In this video I will just throw in an idea about how to get ratchet sequencing done using Thor.

While I am mentioning a couple of times an article I wrote about this process (while I am trying to explain it in this video), I will also link you up with the article that goes with it.

https://www.reasonexperts.com/ratchet-sequencer.html
5 months ago
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Reason 10.2 Control Voltage Part 4<br/>Altering Pitch

Reason 10.2 Control Voltage Part 4
Altering Pitch

I am Hydlide of ReasonExperts.com

Today I am going to use Reason 10.2 and create something creative using the matrix pattern step sequencers to define different ways to alter note information and gate information while using Note CV, Gate CV and Curve CV to alter different patterns in different ways.

While this trick is an old school trick, it is still applicable today since you can also make use of different rack extensions for Reason to make use of a similar setup.

The idea with the note information (as far this video goes) is all about having a second pattern to redefine the straightforward pattern and manipulate the pitch outcome while doing so.
5 months ago
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control voltage in Reason 10.2 part 3 splitting CV and using CV notes

control voltage in Reason 10.2 part 3 splitting CV and using CV notes

Hi I am Hydlide of Reasonexperts.

Today I am going to talk about two different things. First part is about splitting CV while using a device called the Spider merger splitter. Second part in this video is about some creative usage what you could do when using a normal 'trigger' device and make use of the CV to do something totally different what they supposed to do. Call it creative usage of CV while doing so. Since in the realm of CV anything is possible.
5 months ago
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Control Voltage In Reason 10.2<br/>The Gates<br/>Part 2

Control Voltage In Reason 10.2
The Gates
Part 2

Hi I am Hydlide of https://www.reasonexperts.com

am going to make a new series regarding control voltages. Beginning with the basics first (again, but take a different angle while doing this). While in this series progresses over time I will also touch the boundaries on what envelopes do, how you can use those in a CV environment. Touch the subject of modular synthesis. Base stuff around the PSQ-1684 (and some crazy ideas while using this device). And touch the realm of Berlin school while doing so.

In this video I will outline the basics about Gates. What they do, what they can control and how they work.

In a different video I will explain how a curve is setup (since this relates to the idea of gates eventually).

I will come up with some creative ideas on how you can manipulate gates and make it work inside a live performance setup. For instance, use a toggle button to enable something that is called Ratchet sequencing.
5 months ago
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Control Voltage In Reason 10.2<br/>The Basics<br/>Part 1

Control Voltage In Reason 10.2
The Basics
Part 1

Hi I am Hydlide of https://www.reasonexperts.com

Today I am going to start of with a new series about control voltage. Since I have heard a lot of people are struggling with this, have little clues on what control voltages are. And some may require additional ideas in the realm of Control Voltages.

So with that in mind, I am going to make a new series regarding control voltages. Beginning with the basics first (again, but take a different angle while doing this). While in this series progresses over time I will also touch the boundaries on what envelopes do, how you can use those in a CV environment. Touch the subject of modular synthesis. Base stuff around the PSQ-1684 (and some crazy ideas while using this device). And touch the realm of Berlin school while doing so.

At the end of this specific series, you should know a lot about what makes Control Voltage work inside Propellerhead Reason. Also have much more control over how to use it, and how to manipulate it. Eventually leading to becoming a CV expert while just looking at cables and understand what is going on.

While this is one series, I might note I am going to provide different videos outside this series. Just to keep things simple, I will keep everything inside a playlist (so you can look up the playlist to see the complete progress on the series while this progresses over time).

At this point I am writing this down I have no idea yet (nor any timetable) how long this series will be, nor any idea on when this series is finished.
6 months ago
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Holiday and some questions for my audiance

Holiday and some questions for my audiance

Holiday and some questions for my audiance

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In this video I will address my audience to the basic questions: what do you need from me. As a topic.

Since I am open minded, I am open for suggestions, this is the video to post your comments ;)

I usually read most of them, so fire away.
7 months ago
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Custom 808 kick using europa <br/> Reason 10.1 <br/> Reasonexperts

Custom 808 kick using europa
Reason 10.1
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Hi I am hydlide of https://www.reasonexperts.com. In this video I will explain a quick and easy method on how to create your own custom made 808 kick drum using Propellerhead Reason 10.1 and Europa.

The idea is to have two different layers, where one controls the pitch (thus the attack of the kick) while the second layer controls the "umpfh" layer.

A similar trick can be applied using Thor. But in that case you want to use the Wavetable oscillator just because of the fact that the Analog Oscillator has a different phase offset everytime you play it (and load it up).

The malstrom also works great with this technique, since it is a wavetable by default.

Enjoy this propellerhead Reason 10 tutorial about making a custom 808 kick drum. In this video I will explain how to create an 808 kick drum.
7 months ago
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Grainshift <br/> Rack Extension <br/> Reasonexperts

Grainshift
Rack Extension
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In this video I will explain how to make use of grainshift the grainshifting delay pitch engine. It is a propellerhead reason Rack extension that does grains, delays, pitch shifting and bitcrushing in one.

I could see this as an additional cool tools set to use to create some creative effects on different sounds. Such as creative beats, or some creative pads, and if you want use it as a voice manipulation device.

All these techniques will be shown in this Reason video tutorial. Like I have done mane reason video tutorials about propellerhead reason, I will go much more indepth to explain these type of devices.
8 months ago
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