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Hot Traxxx / Starr Voyage
« on: April 01, 2005, 03:00:45 PM »
Just listen....

Did it way back (2002) in FruityLoops now I prefer what everybody and phill agree wit. ..... Reason.


Ey' yo whut the deally do', there's sum ish we need to do this side.
When is yo' @#$ surfacing again!
Remember dat cold Night we were out doin' beatz, and on the bring'.
Just had to put it up, Hope it not cold down there do', Cause 'er it's all sunny & bliss.

Hot Traxxx / Starr Voyage
« on: April 01, 2005, 03:00:00 PM »
Just listen....

Did it way back (2002) in FruityLoops now I prefer what everybody and phill agree wit. ..... Reason.


Ey' yo whut the deally do', there's sum each we need to do this side.
When is yo' @#$ surfacing again!
Remeber dat cold Night we were out doin' beatz, and on the bring'.
Just had to put it up

Hot Traxxx / Daliqz Beat
« on: March 10, 2005, 11:34:03 AM »
Been too busy to give a sample of ol' trackz I did.
Anyway sample some of these Reason trakz. Tell me what you think.

Producers - Discussion / Fills Forever
« on: March 09, 2005, 08:19:04 AM »
You are sitting there, you've just made an awesome loop that you would like to shoot into overdrive with one of those mad, mad fills. You could accomplish this task in a variety of ways.
It is EASY to create variated and awesome beats in Reason using some very simple techniques. I know a lot of people are trying to create rolls and rhythm variation in the Sequencer, because I did. But this is unwieldy. While it can be effective, it is tedious and a black hole for time.
The delayed loop method
1. Create a delay on a Dr. Rex or Redrum.
2. Create a Sequencer Track for this Delay. On the Delay, adjust the Feedback setting to about 3/4 of the way full and turn the Dry/Wet all the way left.
Now, the fun part.
3. MIDI enable the Dry/Wet knob (Right click on the wheel, Select Edit MIDI Remote Mapping and make sure the "Learn from MIDI" box is checked. Now move the wheel on your keyboard/midi controller. You should see the little blue bars at the bottom register respond to the wheel.
4. Start the device through the Transport Bar or by playing the instrument individually. I suggest loading a rhythm pattern you like out of the Dr Rex loops that came with the Factory Sound Bank for demo purposes and to play this in Preview mode from the Dr. Rex.
5. Now, move your wheel slowly but steadily on your keyboard. How about that? You can simulate DJ effects by moving the wheel back and forth quickly. You can also produce endlessly varied fills by letting the wheel "hang" in the middle for just a second, moving it back and forth and then slowly escalating the wheel to an appropriate level. The possibilities are truly limitless. (Try these steps with a Redrum loaded with special FX sounds. Mind blowing.)
Here are some other suggestions.
A helpful sequencer
Right click on the knob or slider that you would like to automate. Choose Edit Automation. Instantly the Sequencer shows you the Automation channel for that effect. Make sure that your MIDI symbol appears in that device's track in the Sequencer, or your changes will not record for that device, but they will record on whatever track you still have selected.
Knobs/sliders default state
You also need to set the default state of the knob or slider that you have selected. I achieve this simply by taking the pencil tool and click anywhere in the Automation channel. The entire channel will suddenly be filled with a uniform blue bar that designates that the device is set to this level as its default state. Remember you are only clicking to set the default state, not to really draw anything.
Somthing to try in your song
One other thing on this subject. Record your Dry/Wet adjustments in the channel. Try to come up with a rhythmic way to adjust the mod wheel. For an example, try this. In the third measure of a 4 measure loop, move the mod wheel quickly to halfway and as the third measure transitions into the fourth, move it back down. You should have seen this action recorded in the automation channel for the Delay device. Do this for however long you need to create your own loop of this variated drumbeat.
Stop recording. Select Dry/Wet automation in the Sequencer window with your selection tool. I usually select four measures at a time. (When you select, make sure it is set to Bar and not to 1/64 or 1/8, etc. This will give you a precise cut on the bar.) Now you can copy these modifications and paste them one after another, or you can place them throughout the song.
Remember, you can do this for any automation, so you may want to group entire automations together for a device and copy and paste that way.
Now, this is a great tip for an awesome break followed by a fill in your song. By using this technique you can create the break and then, with a little practice, come out of it with the most incredible fill you've ever least, this easily.
On your Dr. Rex, locate the Decay slider under the Amp section. MIDI-enable this slider to your mod wheel on your keyboard. When you drop the slider to the bottom you get an awesome "squelched" variation of your beat. Now, with your slider at the bottom, adjust the Dry/Wet on the Delay you created earlier. You now can see that by automating these two knobs together you can produce endless fills of differing rhythm, intensities and variations. By turning up the Dry/Wet and the Decay in sync, or even a little out of sync, you can come out of that fresh break with a long and effortless fill.
Amplify and sharpen your drums
This next tip kind of goes hand-in-hand with the one above. This is how to amplify and sharpen your drums. You can use this technique in conjunction with a fill or when you want to focus the drums quickly and easily.
MIDI enable the mod wheel on the Dr. Rex to your keyboard. Now move the wheel all the way up. Did you notice a difference. Try adjusting the three little knobs under the MOD WHEEL section on the Dr. Rex. Now trying moving the mod wheel. You should experience a difference of amplitude. To increase the amplitude (volume) of the beat as you move the mod wheel up, make sure you turn the AMP knob under the MOD WHEEL section to the left. Play with those MOD WHEEL knobs on all of your instruments and a whole other world will open up for you.
Reason is the reason for the season.

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Humour / Jokes / When to get Gully
« on: March 08, 2005, 01:52:40 PM »
Hey Phill, wuzzup. Met that Nam cat from the States. His Protools/Logic Beatz are of da Hook. Meeting  him today to make plans to get Gully. Sample stacks and all. Damn I wish I had digidesign boards too!  Fruity just doesn't cut it. period...... 1. When should I ditch you yo Disc. Managed to Konekt My Jamaha keyboard now. Sampling of Kontakt now and doing a hybrid of Reason, Fruityloops & Cubase (Rewire) and the results are quite neat. Hey, Fruity's in the loop just
like Premo uses tha MPC-60 like He doesn't own a  2000XL/4000. It's about Ideas and the most creatv way to channel it through to create your own distictive sounds and style.

An MPC, 1 Radio Jingle, 1 Video. Mindspray & you bound to run dis industry. O' how I dream..

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