Here are direct links to some of the more useful instruction pages.
Instrument Tracks in the Sequencer
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 Audio
Shows how to scale the amount of time a clip takes to play and discusses
a complicated issue raised by Reason’s automatic time-scaling of
audio to match tempo changes. Also describes briefly how to use slices
to alter internal clip timing.
- 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.
A filtering effect that lets you impose the sound of a voice, or other
articulated source, onto a synthesizer pad.
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