Filtering different octaves
Welcome back to another reason tutorial. In this tutorial, I want to write down a chain of thoughts regarding filtering different sounds that sit in a different octave range. This process could be done manually but sometimes I like to use this setup for let's say a live performance type of setup. In theory, this setup does not require that much to begin with. A single combinator patch housing 3 different patches sitting in 3 different octaves could be a starting point. It could also be done with 2 octaves though, or with one... just take your pick.
Transposing the Matrix pattern Step sequencer
The matrix step sequencer is a utility that allows the user to make a monophonic pattern and use it to trigger a specific sequence. While by default it does not allow transposing at all with in Reason since the original design for the Matrix was meant to be a pattern based sequencer. You draw in 32 different patterns, select on the sequencer which patterns are playing in a sequence. And that is how they say is that... On a personal note I often use the Matrix in context while making quick bass line sequences and throw those on the sequencer lane by right click "copy notes to track". I am just adding this piece of information in case you didn't know why it is there.
Matrix toolbox combinator part 3
Welcome to another follow up reason tutorial on the series about the Matrix Toolbox I have been setting up inside Propellerhead Reason. Today it will be somewhat similar as the previous toolbox. The major difference here is that I wanted to have a toolbox series that allow different sets of control to manipulate the CV output. In this case I am using a set up where all 4 matrix pattern step sequencers are using for one single CV output. The matrix curves are merged together in 2 by 2 pairs. The curves can be balanced (like a mix knob if you will) to go from one set to another control voltage set. The result, a flexible method to manipulate CV while being in full control on what is happening with their outputs.
Matrix toolbox combinator part 2
In my previous Propellerhead Reason tutorial I mainly wrote down the basics about the matrix pattern step sequencer and its default usages. While I ended up with a concept and design for setting up more complicated Control Voltage toolbox. In this article I am going to partially continue with the idea I ended with but expand it with the exact feature I wanted to build. The whole idea I wanted to head towards is to have different matrix patterns based on toggle buttons to toggle back and forth between different patterns and different presets while making gradual adjustments. The case and point is, a patter inside the matrix pattern step sequencer is always going to be the same exact pattern repeating the exact same cycle.
Matrix combinator toolbox
In this propellerhead reason tutorial I will mainly look at one device in particular: the Matrix Step sequencer. While by default the matrix is used as a step sequencer. This device is still used in my production as my go to Control Voltage device. Today I want to share a single combinator which contains four different matrix patterns step sequencers using up to 8 slots each. The whole idea here is that it could be used as 4 different outputs to control 4 different inputs. Let me divide this article up in to a few different segments. For those who are new to this DAW might learn a few things here. Others might want to skip the first few segments though in case you already know what this device is doing.
Matrix pattern sequencer in Reason
Welcome back to another reason tutorial. I have been writing down multiple articles where the Matrix Pattern Sequencer has been applied. I never wrote down a complete article dedicated to this simple, yet effective machine. Since the Matrix is quite versatile as a device. What makes it even cooler is that matrix has been here since the first versions of Reason. Till this day, the pattern step sequencer still is quite useful. By default the Matrix pattern step sequencer is used to make monophonic lines.
Matrix pattern advanced usages
Welcome back to another tutorial about Reason. In this Reason tutorial I will write some more advanced and irregular usage while using the Matrix Pattern step sequencer. In its default state the Matrix is a nice and clean device to set up monophonic lines rather fast. You can read more about this in an article I posted 4 days ago here: Matrix pattern step sequencer in Reason While the Matrix feels like underestimated, it can be used for all kinds of Control voltage toolbox set ups. In this article I ...