Thor Runner – new song with R4

Reason 4.0 is now out in beta, and I am testing it .

Next week I will display a new song I’ve made, using some of the new sounds in Thor, below are some general reviews from the beta out there

Thor – Gods Own Synthesizer

If God used a synthesist Thor would be it. This animal of a synth is to big to suit in one silver silver screen 1024×786 screen. At first glimpse it’s mind blowing. The Thor polysonic synthesist characteristics six different oscillator types and four alone filters. Sounds cool right? Properllerhead claims its an unstoppable monster of a sound generator that utilizes synthesist engineering from the last 40 years. Six unfastened filter and oscillator slots allow you loading up three different synth filters and three separate oscillators simultaneously.

RPG-8 – Mono Arpeggiator

RPG-8, a trade name new unit of measurement dedicated to the fine art of arpeggiation. Bend drilling chords into fluttering tune lines with the RPG-8. Although very hands-on and user friendly, the RPG-8 touts some very advanced characteristics under the surface. Features that volition alteration how you play Reason’s instruments. The ‘Manual’ manner will arpeggiate short letters strictly in the order they were input, for realtime arpeggio control.

Regroove Mixer

The ReGroove sociable in Reason 4 gives you more than than just a set of sequenator swing parametric quantities – this is a alone device dedicated to one thing: the groove. You can lock all your paths together into one incorporate feel. Or you can use different scenes to up to 32 musical elements in your song, for ultimate control.

Sequencer – Major Surgery on the Sequencer

Sequencer NEW

With a whole new look, a short ton of fresh characteristics and a completely new manner of handling sequenator data, the Reason sequenator have matured. Dedicated to turning your thoughts into great music, the new sequenator is swifter, stronger and more than intuitive than ever. The cardinal word here is work flow.

Have a nice weekend


~ by steelberryclones on September 14, 2007.

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