New video gets user up to speed on the new features of Reason 6
Ontario, Canada (November 7, 2011) – ASK Video Interactive Media, a leading creator of software tutorials on DVD, has released Reason 6 Getting up to Speed, a new video tutorial covering the new features and effects in Propellerhead’s Reason 6 music software.
Reason and Record have been combined into one feature packed product aptly titled, Reason 6 with a lot of new features and effects. The aim of this tutorial is to help those who are already using Reason or who already have our Reason 5 to tutorial, to get up and running quickly with the new elements Propellerhead has added.
Reason 6 Getting up to Speed includes 20 extremely high-quality videos for Mac OS X and Windows. : Audio engineer and musician Mike Baggley gets user up to speed quickly by covering 5 main topics: The new Mixer, The Pulveriser, Alligator, The Echo, and Neptune. By the time their done watching, users will feel confident in using them in their next music project.
Reason veterans or owners of previous Reason tutorials should picking up this DVD because it avoids talking about previously covered topics and gets right to the new features and effects. The easy-going and fun style of the tutorial also makes learning about the new features in Reason 6 a really great experience.
For a video example, visit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-KGoivo-_s&feature=youtu.be
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This product includes QuickTime 7.x Mac/PC which is required for video playback. Registration/Authorization required - Online (Internet) or Offline (phone or email) - up to 3 computers. Minimum screen resolution 1024x768. Recommended resolution 1280x800. PC: Windows XP/Vista/7, 3GHz Processor or faster, 2GB RAM. MME or DirectSound Sound Card. MAC: OS X v10.5 or higher, Intel 2GHz processor or higher, 2GB RAM, Sound Card.
About the Tutorial Artist:
Audio engineer and musician Mike Baggley possesses an extensive background in audio consulting, as well as engineering and composing. Along with working as an editor with ASK Video, Mike has worked in many studios and post-production houses, including working at CBC, one of Canada's largest media outlets.
About ASK Video:
ASK Video Interactive Media is a professional audio/video company based in Ontario, Canada. Well versed in today’s cutting edge technology, ASK Video uses high quality video and audio to bring a rich and inviting learning experience to digital audio and video customers around the world through interactive video DVD’s. ASK Video also provides professional audio services from their state-of-the-art studio facility as well as professional video services complete with on-site shooting, editing, and post-production.