Drum microphone placement
I am Hydlide of Reasonexperts. In the following video I want to explain a simple, yet effective trick, to mimic the idea of microphone placements to give room to a sound. I use this technique a lot especially when it comes to create those large scale orchestral sounds. Since it allow you to reshape sounds per channel in this context while just focusing on the mix channels only. In fact, it is more a mixing trick rather then a sound design trick just be fair.
For the following video I will be using Kong the Drum designer to make it work, but as you might understand from this article it works with any instrument. Since it all depends on the amount of parallel buses you would apply to them anyway.
Best reverb in Reason
Hi, I am Hydlide of Reason experts
As of 2018, I will try to do my best to post all the videos I am doing on this site as well. Since I have rather busy doing stuff I sometimes just forget to post these videos on this site as well. But anyway. Today's video I am going to post is about the best reverb in Reason and which ones I personally use myself. While I know there are plenty of VST reverb out there, I am skipping those for this video and mainly focussing on reverb that is in the form of Rack Extensions (or native Reason devices). The main reason is that there are tons of VST reverb out there and owning all of them... would be kind of pointless, to be honest.