- 38 Ambient Pads
- 16 Textured Soundscapes
- 8 Minimalistic Lead Synths
- 7 Sleeping Drones
Host David Wills shows you how to use the BV512 Vocoder in Propellerhead Reason 4.
This three-part Propellerhead Reason 4 tutorial looks at using Thor as a switchable filter.
To save time, I’m assuming you already know a thing or two about Reason;
1) You know how to create Combinators and assign Reason controls to hardware controls.
2) You know how to route devices within a Combinator.
3) You have a general understanding of the principles which drive Reason.
If you don’t know any of these things, do some searching. There are many great tutorials out there, and with a little patience you’re sure to find some to get you started. Try the PropellerheadsSW channel, they have some decent stuff to get you started.
In this particular tutorial I’m using a ReDrum as the audio source for simplicities sake. I’m just trying to give everyone a good idea of the concept behind this so we can cover some more interesting and fun stuff in parts 2 and 3.
My apologies in advance for the noisy audio, I had to record this using my built-in mic. Future tutorials will have better audio, I promise.
-008’s Vinyl Crates Refill (where I got the drum sounds in this video) –