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.
The FAWM 2018
Welcome back to another post about an event that took place last February. It was in fact the February Album Writing Month 2018. In this article I would like to write down some initial thoughts on the process, how I proceeded and end with some final thoughts of this event.
Mastering in Reason
In the previous few articles I have been writing down a few guidelines on mixing. And till this point I haven't even talked about the mastering process of it all. The major key to mastering a track is that the end goal of this process is to have everything as loud as you can. That is essentially the end game. The mixing process will play an important role in to how well the track can be mastered. Because a poor mix, results in to a poor master. Sure, some stuff will sound louder. When the mix is crap (just to use the word crap, it is subjective anyway), the master will be crap.