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Using A Physical Modular Synth With Reason Studios

I spent $1,369 to put together a modular synthesizer to be used with Reason. The idea was to use LFO (low frequency oscillator) CV (control voltages) from Reason and, using a line input and MIDI-to-CV converter, have the CV signals from Reason devices control different CV functions of the modular synth. I’m gonna’ talk about my experiences doing this, using modular synths with Reason / in general and why I decided to return / resell it all.

My background with modular synths

I spent three years of casual research and a few months of intense research leading up to buying my modular synthesizer setup. I read every page of the user manuals for each module before I bought them. I completed two paid video courses for modular synths totally 9 hours long. I had also been building mock complex patches using Continue reading Using A Physical Modular Synth With Reason Studios

Customizing The Music Studio Furniture & Hardware

A lot of updates have been happening to my music studio setup. Hardware’s been rearranged and devices have changed. One of the things I haven’t covered yet here is how I built my studio desk. So in this article, I’ll be talking about how I set the desk up, installed or removed music studio hardware and keep everything working together.

New audio interface, the FCA1616

I wrote before about replacing my M-Audio Oxygen49 with a Roland A-49. The original audio interface, the Tascam US-322, that used to sit to the right side of the keyboard.

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