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.
A Serial effect chain with switches
Welcome back to another article about setting up creative effect in a modular way. While back in the days of Reason 4 or Reason 5 this idea was my favorite thing to do in Propellerhead Reason. While since recently I picked up a Launchpad Pro I am using this technique more then ever. The problem with Rack Extensions is that they can result in to CPU issues (especially if you use more then 64 of them). This lead me to go back to the way reason kind of started and build my own custom effect chains from the ground up again (because they are way more CPU friendly to begin with). While native stock devices will sound a bit more direct and straight forward (to throw in one example the DDL-digital delay vs the Echo) it sometimes requires a bit more tweaking to make certain effects sound interesting enough. Sure it may require more units to make it work, but again from a CPU perspective they are still more friendly.