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jnautMaking music with reason

I learned to make music with reason when I was the most heartbroken. It was pure pain that I turned into meaningful lyrics and melodies. When you over think your music, it will not be as impressive as letting it flow through you. Take your emotions, and turn it into music. A struggle for some but it’s the most simple way I can describe the way I do this. 2 years ago


Bryan HanksI'm not sure

I don’t know what Reason is, but I will try anyway. 2 years ago


jacobkingPASSION FOR SONG MATURITY

THE INITIAL CONCEPT BEHIND THIS THOUGHT IS FOR PROGRESSION INTO SOLID TOPIC MUSIC…LOOKING TO DELIBERATE ON REAL ISSUES THAT TOUCH THE GRASSROOTS OF REAL LIFE SITUATIONS AND ALSO PROVIDE SOME BASIC TO ADVANCED DYNAMIC THOUGHTS ON REMEDIES IN THE TOTAL PLOT OF VERSES AND CHORUS. 3 years ago


Leo MGCSE Music

Used Propellerhead reason at school, got an A* in GCSE music, willing to help anybody, used version 3 at the time :) 3 years ago


roisin200010Untitled

i want to lose weight horse ride enter a talent show
do charity work get a kiss 3 years ago


xsoccercutiex20Make a song about the earth with these words

geography: the study of people, places, and things are located and of the ways in which things relate

absolute location: the position on the earth which a place can be found

equator: an imaginary circle around the middle of the earth, halfway between the North Pole and the South Pole

longitude: imaganary lines that run north and south of merideans

hemisphere: half of the earth usually referred to as eastern or western; northern or southern

latitude: an imaginary line around the Earth parallel to the equator

relative location: where a place is located in relation to other places

prime meridean: immagionary line that is 0 longitude and runs from the north pole to the south pole

formal region: areas in which certain characteristics are found throughout the area

functional region: one centeral place and the surrounding places

core: center of the Earth that contains very hot metal, iron and nickle

mantle: a thick layer of rock

crust: the rocky surface layer

contients: large landmasses in the oceans

relief: differences in elavation between the highest and lowest points

lava: molten rock

fold: rock layers bend and buckle

faults: breaks in the Earth’s crust

plate tectonics: the therory that the Earth’s outer shell is composed of a number of large, unanchored plates, or slabs of rock, whose constant movement explains earthquakes and volcanic activity

contiental drift therory: the idea that contients slowly shift their positions due to movement of the tectonic plates on which they ride

Ring of Fire: a circle of valcanos surrounding the Pacific Ocean

geology: the study of the earth’s physical structure and history

mechanical weathering: when rock is actually broken or weakened physically

chemical weathering: the process of altering a rock’s chemical makeup by changing the minerals that form the rock of combining them with new chemical elements

weathering: the breakdown of rock at or near the Earth’s surface into smaller and smaller pieces

acid rain: chemicals in the polluted air combine with water vapor and fall back to earth

erosion: the movement of weathered materials

sediment: small particles of sand, soil, and gravel

loess: windblown deposits of mineral-rich dust and silt

glaciers: huge, slow-moving sheets of ice

moraines: ridgelike piles of rock and debris left behind from glaciers 4 years ago


jessescaleshello jesse scales here

i would like to make music on reason but need help because its too detailed, i would like to know about genres and starting off ill carry on what im doing, im lazy but need help 5 years ago


dj_luis06Music

Make a techno music in one week. 5 years ago


Dhruv2416Dhruval

I am going to start 5 years ago


KraglerMy music

Herei post my music 5 years ago


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