Archive for the 'Commercial Projects' Category

Power Tools for Reason 2.5/3.0 Legacy Files

Wednesday, October 10th, 2012

Power Tools for Reason 2.5/3.0 by Kurt Kurasaki. Edited by Jim Aikin. Backbeat Books 2004/2005.
This material is only for Power Tools for Reason 2.5/3.0 and does not apply to more recent versions of the title, not penned by Kurt Kurasaki. Those missing the content CD-Rom can download archives from […]

Music Production with Reason & Record

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

I’m happy to announce that the Music Production with Reason & Record tutorial video is finally available from Groove 3! In this edition, we look at Josh’s track, “What’s the Reason” which features the talents and writing of a new artist, Blackjack. You can download the Record+Reason session file from the […]

Mix and Mastering Comparison

Saturday, January 29th, 2011

I have a fairly standard response whenever asked about mastering tracks: If this is a serious project headed for a physical or digital product, take it to the mastering studio of a great engineer. A good studio will have the equipment to reveal and correct problems, and balance the tracks to meet current standards […]

Groove3 - Learn Reason on your iPad

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

Groove3 just announced that their audio and production tutorials are now available for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. Anyone who subscribes or purchases Music Production with Reason 4.0 can now stream the tutorials onto your iPad! It’s pretty cool.
Seeing some of the html5 implementation on the iPad has been inspiring, and it […]

Reason 4: The Unofficial Guide

Wednesday, February 6th, 2008

The Computer Music Reason 4 special edition is out and apparently available in North America. I contributed a couple of articles to this issue including one version of the granular effect combinator patch. Many thanks to Jeff Bradley, who helped with the REX loop programming article.
You can find more information on the CM […]