Here are direct links to some of the more useful instruction pages.
Instrument Tracks in the Sequencer
- Recording Instruments
This video walks you through the process of recording and overdubbing
an Instrument track.
- Editing Notes
Shows how to use Edit Mode in the Reason Sequencer to delete a note,
move or copy it, and change its velocity, pitch, and duration.
- Changing Notes with the Tool Window
Shows how to use the Tool Window to change properties of groups of notes
selected in the Reason Sequencer.
- Note Clips in the Sequencer
Shows how to move, copy, resize, chop, and otherwise manipulate
clips in the Reason Sequencer.
- Numeric Timing Data in the Sequencer
Explains what the obscure “3. 2. 1.184” timing fields mean,
as well as how to use them to apply the same value to multiple events.
- Replacing an Instrument Device
Shows how to replace one type of instrument device with another, so that
you can have the full palette of sounds easily available to you.
- Using Block Mode in the Sequencer
Shows how to organize your song in sections that you can copy and
- Automating Instrument, Effect, and Main
Shows how to make a parameter change during a sequence.
- Changing Tempo and Meter
Shows how to change tempo and time signature in the middle of a sequence.
Audio Tracks in the Sequencer
- Importing Audio into a Sequence
Shows how to get audio that is stored in a sound file into your sequence.
- Working with Audio Clips
Shows how to break a long audio clip into smaller ones, resize a clip,
adjust a clip’s amplitude envelope, transpose a clip, and other
- Time-scaling and Quantizing
Shows how to scale the amount of time a clip takes to play, how to use
slices to alter internal clip timing, and discusses a complicated issue
raised by Reason’s automatic time-scaling of audio to match tempo
- Pitch and Formant Manipulation with
Shows how to use the Neptune device for pitch correction and related
effects, formant frequency adjustment, and harmonization.
- Using Send Effects
Shows how to set up an effect in the Main Mixer so that multiple
Instrument devices can share it.
- Filters and EQ
Introduces the EQ available in the Main Mixer.
- Delay Effects
A discussion of delay effects and common uses.
- Dynamics Effects
A discussion of dynamics effects, such as compressors, limiters, and
gates — devices that manipulate the dynamic range of your music.
Shows how to identify clipping in your project (includes a discussion
of Reason’s signal level meters), and how to avoid clipping in your
project by applying a limiter to the Master Section.
- Making an AAC file in iTunes