Apart from the visual interface, you can also record your drum takes in real time.
Puts the computer-assisted drum programming environment in execution mode. Commonly referred to as ‘Play’.
Create up to eight patterns per player. Pattern playback can of course be automated from Reason’s sequencer.
Each channel is mapped to a key or pad on your Reason instrument. Use the LRN control to quickly map to the sounds you need. Each channel also has Mute & Solo functions.
Velocity, repeats, probability
Set velocity, repeats (2-8, triplets or flam) and probability for each step in the selected channel.
Here you can switch between setting speed per channel (x 0.25 to x 4) or setting the Slide, or playback timing offset (+/-120 ticks). You can also select the channel playback direction (forward, backward, pendulum or random).
If you have different speeds on your channels, the Reset Step setting lets you restart the pattern after a selected step count.
This menu lets you select edit options like clear, Alter, Random, Shift, Copy/Paste or Preset. You can apply the edit functions to the entire pattern or to each channel individually.
Select the amount of shuffle to give your tracks just the swing you want.