The Monologue Refill is a monophonic analogue synthesizer library for the Reason 4.0 NN-XT sampler. The sets include the standard sawtooth, square, triangle waves. Also included are a fixed rate pulse width modulation set, and hard sync sawtooth set. Other sources include, detuned pulses, frequency modulated oscillators, tuned oscillator layers, white noise, […]
It’s been a long time since I put out a refill; almost 20 months, I believe! I’m way behind on everything, but this particular project has been sitting on my hard drive for about 1 year now. I really want to get it finished and move on to other things like […]
Happy Holidays, everyone! Rick Silvestri (blacktiger) and I decided to do a bit of holiday music last week. We figured we would try to keep up with the old Propellerhead holiday tradition of sharing Reason Christmas songs, but try something with Record and Reason this year. Rick suggested we work on the […]
A little video preview of my presentation Saturday at the ProCon LA. It needs a little tweaking… and a lot more rehearsal so that I can keep it under 50 minutes :-/
Yes this conference will focus on Record, but it doesn’t mean that Reason will be overlooked. I will try to fit in […]
The Producers Conference is coming back to LA on Saturday November 14, 2009. We will be back at King King in Hollywood again. The topics will be Record-centric, so it’s a new set of presentations.
Hopefully we wont have the issues with video quality as we did last time!
Advance Ticket Purchase is […]
If you haven’t seen them yet, I’ve been working on some combinator programming tutorials which will be available on the Line6 website. Combi programming concepts are important for both Reason and Record users, so i’ve decided to focus my efforts in explaining some of the basics.
So follow this link and sign in to […]
As of 9:09 am this morning CET, Propellerhead Software has officially released their new product, Record! I’m hoping that Record will be a huge success. Congratulations to everyone at the Props HQ for the years of hard work that went into development!