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Rigs 4 are here

Posted May 9, 2019, 11:19 a.m.

Today we are launching the fourth installment of the top-selling Rigs series. Packed with 90+ of the best-selling Rack Extensions from the Propellerhead Shop, Rigs 4 introduces an array of powerful new plug-ins for songwriters, producers, and engineers all for a fraction of the price. 

The Backline Rig introduces an ensemble of realistic-sounding organic instruments and effects, such as ...

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Tutorial: 4 EQ Tips to Improve Your Mixes

Posted March 12, 2019, 12:38 p.m.



Every artist relies on the tools of the their trade when creating. The painter has the paintbrush, the sculptor has the chisel, and the producer has the equalizer. In this tutorial, we’ll break down everything you need to know about how to use EQ in mixing.

Equalizers change the way an instrument sounds by altering its frequency response. Just like ...

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How to Record Vocals in Reason 10

Posted May 22, 2018, 8 a.m.

Reason 10 is known for its robust collection of synthesizers, drum machines, and loops—but it also offers a powerful toolset for vocal production. With advanced features like time and pitch-correction, step sequencing, and a built-in sampler, Reason 10 offers a full-fledged vocal production suite. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to record vocals in Reason 10.

Vocals are arguably the ...

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How to Use Delay in Reason 10

Posted April 17, 2018, 1:40 p.m.

Nothing adds space and depth to your recordings like delay and echo effects. Ever since musicians figured out how to bounce audio between reels of tape, delay has shaped the sound of modern music.

Reason 10 features powerful delay and echo processors, including The Echo, a feature-rich delay unit that combines elements from digital delays, analog delays, tape delays, glitch ...

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How to Use Reverbs in Reason 10

Posted March 15, 2018, 9:09 a.m.

Creating a mix without reverb? That’s like baking a pizza without cheese, or eating a cupcake without frosting (maybe we’re hungry, but you get the point). Regardless of what style or genre of music you create, reverb is an essential tool in mixing. It brings a tangible sense of space and texture to your mixes, and even a small amount ...