Reason is one of the most popular digital audio workstations (DAW) in use today, due to its numerous virtual instruments and creative devices, powerful editing and mixing capabilities, and its ability to use third-party plug-ins. Not only that, many of the devices in the Reason rack exactly emulate their analog counterparts, so you can apply many of the techniques and functionality you learn in reason to tools you’d find in any recording studio. In this course, music producer and sound designer covers everything from the basics of configuring reason to a tour of advanced instruments and sound design. He shows you how to create Reason 12 projects as standalone projects, or as a plug-ins to use with other DAWs. He teaches you how to create and edit MIDI and audio clips, mix and master your own productions, and takes an in-depth look at Reason’s most popular and powerful tool, the Combinator.