The Propellerhead Producers Conference
Top artists and producers share their Reason knowledge at the UK's first Propellerhead Producers Conference, a comprehensive session of creative clinics and interactive classes for all computer musicians using Reason. Don't miss out on this opportunity to get the inside track on advanced production techniques, song writing, mixing methods and stacks more.
Featured artists and speakers:
Danny McMillan - a pioneer of the UK breakbeat scene shares his tips on building synths in the Combinator, getting big drums and processing techniques.
Paula Temple - renowned techno artist / producer / DJ and Reason tutor will be revealing her production secrets and techniques.
James Bernard - Propellerhead's worldwide top demonstrator and product specialist lets us all in on his deep, down and dirty tips and tricks.
Kurt "Peff" Kurasaki - author of Power Tools for Reason 3.0
When: Tuesday 12th June 2007
Where: Confetti, Nottingham www.confettistudios.com
Doors open 5pm
When: Wednesday 13th June 2007
Where: Access to Music, London www.accesstomusic.co.uk/centres/britacademy
Doors open 6pm
£10 for non-registered Reason users
£6 for Registered Reason Users *please bring and present your Reason license card at the door
For further info: www.theproducersconference.com
Please note that tickets are strictly limited for both dates. We'll also have the latest M-Audio hardware on show plus a few tasty Propellerhead goodies to give away too.
ReCycle! Heralded a new era in audio production when Propellerhead’s revolutionary technology allowed loops to be played back at any tempo, without altering the pitch. A continuing favorite with many higher education institutions, ReCycle analyzes an audio file, slices it into individual rhythmic components, and saves it as a REX2 file, which can then be loaded into Reason and other…
Availability:Normally 3-5 Days
How is it done? ReCycle will analyze your groove and break it up into its rhythmic components. You are now in complete control and free to change the tempo or the pitch, without one affecting the other. And that's just scratching the surface. Then what? Load the resulting REX2 file into your audio sequencer or software sampler and you can…