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Montclair, NJ (July 5, 2012) – Hal Leonard Books, the musician’s best source of books on the music business, audio technology, instrument
history, and more, is now shipping Power Tools for Reason 6 ($39.99) by Andrew Eisele.
Power Tools for Reason 6 is a comprehensive book that provides a quick-start tutorial that not only gets you up and running quickly, but also
delves into advanced sequencing and mixing techniques.
With an unbelievable array of tools, Reason 6 gives you everything necessary to record, mix and produce music projects from start to finish.
Reason 6 has the best of Propellerhead’s Record and Reason, with the addition of some fantastic new features and effects, including the
Pulveriser Demolition, Alligator Filter Gate, and the Echo tape delay. With the ability to record and edit audio directly into the arrangement
window – and with audio time-stretching capabilities – it is now possible to record audio and adjust the tempo while keeping everything in
sample accurate synchronization.
Inside Power Tools for Reason 6, you’ll find:
• How to set up your studio for Reason 6
• An overview of the feature set
• An explanation of MIDI concepts from signal flow and recording to hardware and instruments
• A sound primer for digital audio concepts and recording
• How to get the most out of the synths, effects, drum and percussion instruments, and routing capabilities of Reason 6
• How to best use the sampler to capture, play back and manipulate digital audio
• And much more
Power Tools for Reason 6 includes video tutorials on an accompanying DVD-ROM that let you see and hear many of the most important tools
and techniques now available in Reason.
About the Author:
Andrew Eisele is the author and host of the Music Pro Guides, a training DVD series spanning 40-plus titles covering all major music
production software. His teaching credits include Full Sail Real World Education, the School of Audio Engineering and Dubspot. Currently, he
works as a producer/DJ and is co-founder of the arts collective Tsunami Bass Experience and MorphSaru Productions.