Learn to operate Reason to its full potential and take your projects from conception to completion in a flash. This intuitive software emulates a rack of hardware synths, samplers, signal processors, and mixers and gives you the freedom to compose on the fly. With Berklee’s award-winning curriculum, learn how to:
- Use Reason to record, compose, and arrange killer tracks
- Create and tweak unique sounds for any type of production
- Effectively utilize Reason's SSL style main mixer and new parallel processing feature
- Compose, edit, and design with all of Reason's Analog and Digital synths
In this beginner-level course, you will gain an understanding of the processes and tools available to the modern electronic musician. By the end of the course, you’ll be able to configure a personal production workspace and use software instruments and audio recordings to produce music.
Remix production has become a mission critical skill for many working producers and hip-hop and EDM (electronic dance music) artists. Business savvy music industry entrepreneurs recognize that remixing songs is a great way to generate income, publicity, attract new fans, and keep their catalog relevant. Remixing is also a whole lot of fun and gives you the opportunity to join a thriving online community of remixers who share their music on the Web (such as through soundcloud.com) and enter remix competitions with substantial prizes (such as indabamusic.com).
Gain a firm understanding of the functionalities and capabilities of Reason software. Explore Reason's rack of virtual instruments, effects, mixers, built-in sequencer and patching system, and learn real-world production setups and techniques used by today's top producers.