Tags : | Electronic | 1.78 MB

Description : This is my very first time using Reason...has taken me a good 4 hours to learn my way around the damn thing and taught myself a thing or two about LFO's while doing so...CC welcome..

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  1. DonnieVyros
    DonnieVyros on Mon 12th Jan 2009 - 10 years ago

    Narrows near the end. That's what the bass sounds made me think. The drums are pretty keen man. I like the way they don't sound mechanical or basic.

    And it's over...

    Dang, wasn't expecting that. So I'm thinkin that you could either triple or quadruple what you have now to get it up there length-wise. And I'm really digging the intro synths ya got goin on. So maybe you could phase 'em in an out (especially that one that sounds kinda like a siren). Then on the next go around maybe throw in some heavy hittin basses (like mirror what you've got so far, but sub it out with a fingered sound font). And from there...?... Maybe diminish the synth (all the way out or super turned down) and add some long drawn out soft/angelic pads (?). Eh, just some ideas. I'm lovin what you've done so far brah. Later on!

  2. Planetjazzbass
    Planetjazzbass on Mon 6th Oct 2008 - 11 years ago

    Hey Ash...this is great!..I don't know anything about Reason but I hear it mentioned a lot in the forums and that it's quite complicated(hehe....when in doubt read the instructions this means).....the way you dropped into the melody was very interesting and caught me off guard...nice touch!...cheers planet :)

    Reply by Dougie

    Thanks man...glad you like it! :D

  3. thehandthatrocks
    thehandthatrocks on Sun 5th Oct 2008 - 11 years ago

    I also enjoyed it. I have massive respect for any one who can use reason because i took one look at it and didn't have a clue! better stick with fl studio. I loved the meldoy u bring in it has a real easy going feel to it. nice.

    Reply by Dougie

    Thanks mate! Really appreciate it...it is a difficult DAW to start on and especially when it comes to writing patterns...they don't have numbers or actual clear boxes in the piano roll unlike FL! Glad you liked it man thanks for stopping by!

  4. RogueAi
    RogueAi on Sun 5th Oct 2008 - 11 years ago

    Great 1st track with reason. Check out thus website for a lot of refills for reason.

    refills contain patches and samples

    Reply by Dougie

    Thanks mate...will definitely check it out...hope I don't sound to noobish but I take it "Refills" are patches or samples??

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