Making of the song “Control Frequencies” in Reason – snapshots

May 15, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized 

Here are some snapshots from Reason 5 and the units used to make this song. Wanted to show in pictures an overview of how many tracks, effects, synths and stuff that goes into making an ambient track, like this one. Of course you wont see everything in these screenshots but hopefully it will provide a pretty good idea on how to set your own electronic track. On this track I have not used blocks, which of course could be a good complement in the music making process.

Steelberry Clones – Control frequencies by Stereoklang Produktion

Sequencer overview:

Loading the rack:

Adding FX for the intro:

Creating the bass:

Adding the punch:

Perfecting the lead synths:

Wrapping it up with mastering and compressions:

Done :-)

Make sure to let us know if you would like to have more details on any of these steps


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