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Reason™ 7 Power! by Michael Prager, G. W. Childs IV

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3 Recording and Effects

IN CHAPTER 2, “RECORDING,” YOU GOT YOUR FIRST TASTE OF RECORDING NOT ONLY AUDIO TRACKS, but also MIDI tracks. In this chapter, we’re going to expand on recording... and recording with effects. But before we do anything, let’s get into something that’s really important for recording and editing virtual instruments: quantization!

Quantization

I hope you saved your recorded material from Chapter 2. Remember that I had you play some stuff for four measures? What I’d like for you to do now is listen to what you played along with the click track. Does it sound like it’s in perfect time with the click track or does it sound sluggish? Could it be better? Worse? Regardless, I’d like to show you a trick that can save you a lot of ...

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