Skip to main content
Blog

Download the free Japanese Horror Castle Friktion pack

Posted Sept. 11, 2020, 11:22 a.m.

I’ve had the pleasure of using Reason Studios’ new Friktion Modeled Strings synthesizer for several weeks now and I’m blown away by the musicality of this rack device. Most of the physical modeling-based instruments that I have used in the past have sounded okay but have felt like science experiments to me. Those instruments have had cryptic parameters and the …

Crew

Free ReFill and happy holidays

Posted Dec. 17, 2019, 8:40 a.m.

With the holidays around the corner, we wanted to do something nice for all you Reason users out there. Few things spark new ideas like some fresh patches, so I rounded up my colleagues and put together over 100 patches for this ReFill—both freshly made and from our personal projects.
 


You’ll find patches for many devices, from Subtractor and …

Tutorials

Tutorial: How to Make a Patch from Scratch in Complex-1 with DivKid

Posted April 10, 2019, 11:49 a.m.

Modular enthusiast and YouTuber DivKid is back with part two of his series on our latest modular synth Rack Extension Complex-1. In this sound design tutorial, he will show you how to go from total confusion (where does this cable go?) to creating musical bleeps, bloops and useful patches in no-time!
 

DivKid says:

I hope this video serves …

Tutorials

Europa Sound Design with Adam Fielding

Posted March 20, 2019, 12:51 p.m.

Europa is an infinitely powerful spectral wavetable synthesizer packed with over 500 professional-sounding patches. But sometimes a song calls for a truly one-of-a-kind sound. Making your own synth patches can be complicated, but Europa’s intuitive interface makes it easier than ever to make your own synth sounds.

In this synth patch tutorial, you’ll learn about synth sound design from Adam …

Tutorials

Beatmaking and production with Reason & AKAI controllers

Posted April 17, 2018, 11:48 a.m.


 
In part 2 of his beat making videos, producer Justen Williams is back to share his music making process when he's got access to his full size AKAI controllers. Much like part one, which if you haven't seen it is worth the watch, Justen uses a keyboard controller and a pad controller to their fullest advantages.
 
We'll also …