Imagine 8 Rex files simultaneously slicing and dicing, all working together mixing and mashing to make the most incredible rhythmic masterpieces... well, ...
Imagine 8 Rex files simultaneously slicing and dicing, all working together mixing and mashing to make the most incredible rhythmic masterpieces... well, with Reason 5’s new Dr. Octo Rex and the expertise of Reason Master, Mo Volans, the unimaginable has become reality! Look out! There’s a doctor in the house and this mad surgeon has 8 scalpels! His name is Dr. Octo Rex and he’s going to "doctor-up" your tracks with the ability to slice and dice 8 REX files at the same time! Mo Volans (our very own in house Dr. of Reasonology) will take us to the operating room and amaze us with his virtuosic knowledge of how this extraordinary new rack works. So scrub up, sit back, and let’s start slicing along with Mo as he show’s us the art of Sonic Surgery with the advanced new rack: Dr. Octo Rex! Table of Contents: 1. Introducing the Dr. OctoRex 2. The Octorex Two Part Interface 3. The Basics of the .rex Format 4. Reason 5's Rex Library 5. The 'Octo' Slots 6. Loading .rex Files 7. Playing and Auditioning Files 8. Selecting and Viewing Slots and Loops 9. The 'Trig Next Loop' Modes 10. The Sample Display Window 11. Selecting Individual Slices 12. Transposing your Loops 13. The Slice Based Parameters 14. The Slice Edit Mode 15. Mangling Your Loops with Graphical Edits 16. The Multi-mode Filter 17. The Filter Envelope 18. The Amp Envelope 19. The Tempo Synced LFO 20. Pitch Bend and Polyphony Controls 21. Oscillator Pitch Modulation 22. Mod Wheel Mapping 23. Velocity Mapping 24. Interpolation and Bandwidth Modes 25. The Slice Outputs 26. The Gate Inputs and Outputs 27. Modulation Inputs and Outputs 28. Copying Parts to the Reason Sequencer 29. Generating MIDI Files from the Octorex
Size: 441.59 MB
Price: 9,08 €
Developed by Nonlinear Educating Inc.
Day of release: 2011-04-18
Recommended age: 4+