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Learning Electronic Music Production with Reason – The YouTube Series

Learning Electronic Music Production with Reason Title Screen 240x135 Learning Electronic Music Production with Reason is a YouTube video series produced and hosted by Lawrence W. Moore. The series is designed to b beneficial for both those who use Propellerhead Reason for electronic music production and those who use other DAWs. The series utilizes Propellerhead’s software as the method for learning about digital audio workstation software and electronic music production. Those who do use Reason or are thinking about using it will get a strong overview on the software and its components. Overall, the series is designed to be beneficial to anyone who wants to get into producing their own electronic music.

The series covers a lot of concepts since there is a lot to electronic music production. The topics include, but are not limited to MIDI, synthesis, sequencing, using controllers, modeling analog synthesis components, techniques for electronic music composition, mixing, and managing overall signal flow. The series makes learning fun as Dr. Moore creates music in an improvised way, while using time-tested techniques for making the music sound its best.

The series can be found at the LWM Music YouTube channel.


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Learning Electronic Music Production with Reason Series 1 Starts right from the beginning with an overview on the basics of how Propellerhead Reason works. The fundamentals in this lesson can also be applied to other DAW software. Those who are interested in trying out new software will benefit greatly form this lesson since Propellerhead’s software can sometimes be a little daunting since its layout looks different from most other DAW software. As the series progresses, Dr. Moore shows the viewer the different instruments, effects and utilities that come with all packages of the software.