The Record micro tutorials is a series of short and focused tutorial videos that will highlight one aspect of Record in each installment. Part 11 – Send effects are the effect units that you feed from the mixer’s effect sends. These are useful for effects like reverb or delay where you want to feed several channels through the same effect unit.
Propellerheads introduce Record U, the University of Recording. Record U is a series of articles created for those who are new to Propellerhead Record, or recording in general. All you need to follow along will be a full or demo version of Record, and — of course — something to record.
In this Record microtutorial 10 Proppelerheads shows us how you can mix pieces from different songs and recording sessions, as well as spice up your tracks with REX loops.
The upcoming Benelux Producer Conference takes place at the SAE Institute Rotterdam located in the Lloydkwartier the most creative hot-spot in Rotterdam and home of number of companies active in broadcast, film and sound production. With all these activities and a stunning view over the Rotterdam harbor ~ a most inspiring place for an afternoon of workshops and ‘hands-on’ recording sessions.
By request Propllerhead felt the need to clarify their product road map and how Record and Reason relate to eachother. They gave a statement on their development blog.
In Record micro tutorial number 7 we take a look at MIDI clips and some of the MIDI recording and editing capabilities in Record’s sequence.
In this Record micro tutorial Propellerhead go over basic handling of audio clips in Record‘s sequencer, and the tools you have access to for editing and arranging your recordings.
In this tutorial we are going to look at how insert effects are used in Record. Insert effects are the kind of effects that you insert in the signal chain between the instrument/audio track and the mixer.
Here is a close-up on a channel strip in Record‘s mighty main mixer. Take a look and see exactly what is contained within each channel in the mixer.
In this micro tutorial Propellerhead shows us more about the built-in guitar and bass amp and speaker emulation from Line 6 in Record. We also learn how to unlock even more amp and speaker models by connecting a Line 6 hardware unit to the computer.
Part 2 – Reason & Record integration. This second micro tutorial shows how Reason and Record work together as one when installed on the same computer.
Record gives you unlimited hard disk tracks, world class effects and mixing gear, and a whole new take on music recording. With an intuitive, straightforward interface and a hands-on approach to capturing performances, Record was designed for musicians – not audio engineers. This is recording done right.