Reason Basics is geared for novice users and explains the process of developing and shaping musical ideas into complete songs. This workshop is highly recommended for people interested in sequencers, editing, drum machines, and loops.
Reason Advanced is for intermediate/advanced Reason 3.0 users. This workshop covers complex mixing and the use of signal processors and effects; programming synthesizer, sampler, and Combinator patches.
Saturday, October 21, 2006
Sunday, October 22, 2006
Read David Battino's Report about the April 2006 Workshops on the O'Reilly Digital Media Website
G.W. Childs is a veteran video game sound/voice effects designer, musician, and is a featured artist and sound designer for Propellerhead Software. He has worked on over 20 video game titles including Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2, Mercenaries, and Star Wars: Battlefront 2. Additionally, G.W. performs with the electronic/industrial acts Deathline International and Soil & Eclipse.
Kurt Peff Kurasaki, author of Power Tools for Reason 3.0 (Backbeat Books), is a noted Reason user with credits in Keyboard and Computer Music Magazines. He also works with Propellerhead Software as a sound designer and tutorial developer.
The workshops will be held at the World Famous Lizard Lounge in Dallas, Texas. This venue is the most popular club in the city, and the workshops will be situated around the main stage area.
2424 Swiss Ave @ Good Lattimer. Dallas, Texas 75204
Please do not contact the venue with questions
Enrollment fees are $150 for each day ($300 for both courses) and space is limited to 30 people. Laptops are not necessary for the class, but, attendees are encouraged to bring them with Reason 3.0 and Headphones! Control Surfaces and MIDI keyboards are optional.
Lunch and Refreshments are NOT PROVIDED
Contact: G.W. Childs - firstname.lastname@example.org
Please Register by clicking on the Paypal links listed below. Fees for the Reason Workshops are paid to Kurt Kurasaki/Peff.com
There is a $10 administrative fee on refunds up to 72 hours prior to workshop, and a $25 (per workshop) administrative fee on cancellations less than 72 hours before workshop.