One of the most exciting new features in Reason is the introduction of Player Devices. So Mo Volans created this FastTrack™ course to teach you everything about these cool MIDI FX as fast as possible. Why wait?! Learn them now!
Mo Volans is world class musician, writer and music software professional whose creative contributions include original music for TV, film and recordings. His insightful writing is featured in many of the top music technology and pro audio magazines around the world.
Join Reason expert Mo Volans, in this Reason FastTrack™ course, as he explores and explains Reason's powerful new Player Devices. These powerful MIDI "robot" modules can create unbelievably complex patterns with just the touch of a finger, if you know how to use them.
First you learn what they are and what they do. Mo first explains the inside info on the Dual Arpeggiator, Note Echo and Scales and Chords devices and then he shows each of these powerful MIDI FX "in-action". If that isn't enough, maestro Volans created an Advanced Player Tips section at the end of this course where he shows you how to combine these devices to create complete MIDI madness!
So what are you waiting for? Because you're just a finger's touch away from seeing and hearing all the fun you can now have with Reason 9's MIDI FX. Learn Reason's new Player Devices in our ever-expanding library of courses.
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D. S. Ferebee wrote on March 23, 2020
Outstanding guide that quickly gets you up and running with this amazing composition tool.
Pejovoi wrote on April 19, 2017
Even though the Players are fairly straightforward compared to some Reason devices, it's helpful to get a bit of a walkthrough, and I found the final section of tutorials, on slightly more advanced techniques such as making combinators with Players, particularly helpful.
BPGeez wrote on June 23, 2016
It's always a great time when Mo teaches. There are some really cool ideas in here. Wish there was a tad bit more on what can be accomplished when using these new Players in series. Good gig MacPro!