Drum Channel section
Select, mute, solo or change volumes of the drum channels.
Patch Selector (for browsing, loading and saving patches)
Loading and saving patches is done in the same way as with any other internal Reason / Reason Intro device.
Sample Playback section (for the currently selected Drum Channel)
Contains all sample related controls and parameters for the currently selected Drum Channel. Parameters include Attack, Hold, Release, Pitch, Key, Velocity, Reverse and Group options.
Send Effects and Tape Master section (global for all eight Drum Channels)
The three global effects - Echo, Gate Reverb and Reverb - work as Send Effects for the respective Drum Channels. All Send Effects can be used by all Drum Channels simultaneously, and all effects are active simultaneously. The global Tape Master effect works as a master insert effect for the entire Drum Channels 'mix'.
Insert Effects and EQ (up to three simultaneous effects plus EQ for the currently selected Drum Channel)
Effects include: Flanger, Lo-Fi, Transient Shaper and EQ.
Send Effect, Pan and Volume controls
To the right of the Sample Playback and Insert FX sections is a vertical “channel strip” with controls for the currently selected Drum Channel.
In the Mixer section you can set the return levels of the send effects, as well as the Tape Master mix and the Master Volume. The controls in the Mixer section are global for all Drum Channels.
Modulation Matrix section
The Modulation Matrix section can be used for routing the global LFO1 and LFO2, plus three selectable modulation Sources, to selectable modulation destinations.