Reason 6 209
Thor: Master Of All Synths
Genre: Audio
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  • 2h 34m
Lightning strikes and thunder rolls as G.W. Childs explores the vast depths of Reason’s awesome Master of All Synths: Thor!
G.W. Childs is an audio & video production powerhouse whose credits span the gamut from work with the US Department of Defense to soundtracks with LucasArts and remixes for James Brown & Ray Charles.
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  • Reason 6 209: Thor: Master Of All Synths
Overview
Status: Available | Released: Oct 4th, 2011
Thor is the biggest, baddest synth in the Reason rack, and Thor’s sonic secrets are unveiled for the first time anywhere by veteran Thor sound designer G.W. Childs.

While Thor is an extremely advanced digital synthesizer, it is built looking back at basic analog synthesizer modules. G.W. takes you through Thor’s complex kingdom, knob by knob, diving beneath the GUI to uncover the sonic mysteries of this divine virtual synth.

If you're new to sound design, this couldn't be a better time to learn : as G.W. explores the mysteries of Thor you'll learn important sound design principles and see how synthesizer modules worktogether to create sound.

If you’re an experienced synthesist this tutorial will inspire you to dig deeper into the depths of this deep synth. So Join G.W. on an aural journey into the kingdom of the mythological Master of All Synths: Thor!

This tutorial, originally created in Reason 5, is forward-compatible with Reason 6 and beyond.

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Outline
Section 1: Section 1: Introduction
Section 2: Section 2: Basic Usage
Section 3: Section 3: Oscillators
Section 4: Section 4: Filters
Section 5: Section 5: LFO/Modulation Matrix
Section 6: Section 6: Step Sequencer
Section 7: Section 7: Conclusion
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