Free Reason 4 Video Tutorials

Propellerhead has published several free Reason 4 video tutorials. Here’s a three part introduction to the Reason 4 sequencer:

Reason 4 Sequencer Part 1

Reason 4 Sequencer Part 2

Reason 4 Sequencer Part 3

11 thoughts on “Free Reason 4 Video Tutorials

  1. I am interested in using reason. I understand you have Reason 4 now. I would like to hav a tutorial video free please.

  2. I never had the need to draw or use automation while recording.
    I just record all my tracks in real time in one take.

  3. Think you've misunderstood what automation is for then. You use automation to automatically change the value of a setting, an example might be to fade in an increase in the level of a chorus effect on a synth line over a 4 bar period. Unless you've got 3 hands you're gonna struggle to do that in real time.

  4. Guys I need help..
    I just finished a track and a friend wants to do a remix of my track, how do I xport the elements to him.. I understand that I need to give him each elements individualy. ( each sound and loops ) But I don't know how..

  5. Guys I need help..
    I just finished a track and a friend wants to do a remix of my track, how do I xport the elements to him.. I understand that I need to give him each elements individualy. ( each sound and loops ) But I don't know how..

  6. Guys I need help..
    I just finished a track and a friend wants to do a remix of my track, how do I xport the elements to him.. I understand that I need to give him each elements individualy. ( each sound and loops ) But I don't know how..

  7. Brunno, this is the way I do it (there may be a more humane and sensible way to do it, but I don't know it) is to solo the tracks on the mixer and then convert each individual track to a .wav file… It means that you end up with two channels of snare when you only need one and that type of thing, but it's better than nothing.

    Most studios I work with already have Reason 4, so I usually just bring in the .rsn file and only convert to audio those tracks that use Refills that the studio may not have.

  8. Brunno, this is the way I do it (there may be a more humane and sensible way to do it, but I don't know it) is to solo the tracks on the mixer and then convert each individual track to a .wav file… It means that you end up with two channels of snare when you only need one and that type of thing, but it's better than nothing.

    Most studios I work with already have Reason 4, so I usually just bring in the .rsn file and only convert to audio those tracks that use Refills that the studio may not have.

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