Highlights the selected instrument and can also be used to trigger instrument. Great for auditioning sounds when in tweaking mode.
Reason Drum Kits comes with 50+ complete drum kits, covering a wide range of styles.
Adjust individual channel levels to your liking, and add reverb if needed.
Can drastically alter the sonic quality of your drum performance. From nothing, which is good for string quartets and a nap in the studio, to full-on sonic mayhem (also known as loud) which is great for rock n’roll music. The high-tech VU-meter gives you visual indication if your drum kit is making little or a lot of noise.
Each instrument has its own set of controls and you select the instruments you want to tweak here.
Channel, effects and settings
Here you activate controls for the overhead and room mics, as well as settings for the compressor and reverb in Reason Drum Kits.
Most people are happy to mix the entire drum kit in Reason Drum Kits. But maybe there’s some specific routing you had in mind. Maybe that specific phaser on the overheads, you hippie! Or maybe you want to mix all the channels separately in Reason’s wonderful main mixer. It’s up to you!
Different instruments have different settings, to give you as much control over the sound as possible.
Reason Drum Kits can use several different keymaps. Use the default for maximum playability and expressiveness. Use General MIDI if you plan to use GM files, etc.