Jump to content

Luke Vibert Uses Propellerheads Reason


Recommended Posts

- My first Reason project was Amen Andrews in 2003, then YosepH which was part Reason, part analogue. The first all-Reason project was Kerrier District in 2004, followed by Wagon Christ's Sorry I make you Lush which was all Reason too.

 

here's the whole interview:

 

vibert/reason interview

Edited by LOL Alzado
Link to post
Share on other sites
  • Replies 66
  • Created
  • Last Reply

Top Posters In This Topic

its cool that he supplied some reason files there. some of them make me confused though, like the combinator bits but i guess thats cause i dont use the program enough.

Link to post
Share on other sites

man, its dawning on me and i expect loads of other people, that im recording and mastering and even writing albums the same way as vibert?! with out even knowing it.

Link to post
Share on other sites
Cheers for that LOL, it was interesting. Never tried Reason though, but I'm perfectly happy with Ableton

yeah cool. i think the point is, whatever you use, it's enough. i myself have been guilty of always trying to get my hands on whatever newest version of the latest thing is. just goes to show that if LV can make quality tunes with Reason, than any of us can make good tunes with whatever we're using. need to spend more time on songwriting, less time on fiddling around.

Link to post
Share on other sites
man, its dawning on me and i expect loads of other people, that im recording and mastering and even writing albums the same way as vibert?! with out even knowing it.

 

well yeah, what did you think, he aint recording on gold-plated, diamant-engraved 128 track Studer-taperecorders with bob moog's signature on it while mixing on a 1024 channel Series 9900 SSL machine that he built himself using only weed stems and a gum wrapper, while simultaniously writing hyperacidcore using his Stradivarus violin, MIDI'ed up to a sequencer that he wrote in assembly language WHILE single-handedly rolling a vibertspliff® and at the same time trimming his vibertbeard® with a devilfish 303 that he modified into a razorblade that will save the world by closing the hole in the ozon layer and banishing all the evildoers from the world.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Its funny about the aphex bit. I used to think a lot of his loops were sampled or recorded but recently I realized its just nice one-shots put together nicely, so this reassures me. The 20 EQs bit has to be an exaggeration, lol! maybe noy. This kind of explains his music changes over the years. THe squarepusher thing is cool about the bass controled acid machine. Makes me want to try reason so I can hear the example song.

 

EDIT; what two new albums are they speaking of?

Edited by Bubba69
Link to post
Share on other sites
Its funny about the aphex bit. I used to think a lot of his loops were sampled or recorded but recently I realized its just nice one-shots put together nicely, so this reassures me. The 20 EQs bit has to be an exaggeration, lol! maybe noy. This kind of explains his music changes over the years. THe squarepusher thing is cool about the bass controled acid machine. Makes me want to try reason so I can hear the example song.

 

EDIT; what two new albums are they speaking of?

 

kerrier district2 and spac hand , probably both spac hand releases.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Its funny about the aphex bit. I used to think a lot of his loops were sampled or recorded but recently I realized its just nice one-shots put together nicely, so this reassures me. The 20 EQs bit has to be an exaggeration, lol! maybe noy. This kind of explains his music changes over the years. THe squarepusher thing is cool about the bass controled acid machine. Makes me want to try reason so I can hear the example song.

 

EDIT; what two new albums are they speaking of?

 

kerrier district2 and spac hand , probably both spac hand releases.

 

Aren't those rephlex? I thought it said planet-mu and something else. And I thought they said Vibert. Let me see again.

Link to post
Share on other sites

now i shall have to install reason and try it out

 

doesn't it not even have support for vsts?

Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest Analogue Wings
well yeah, what did you think, he aint recording on gold-plated, diamant-engraved 128 track Studer-taperecorders with bob moog's signature on it while mixing on a 1024 channel Series 9900 SSL machine that he built himself using only weed stems and a gum wrapper, while simultaniously writing hyperacidcore using his Stradivarus violin, MIDI'ed up to a sequencer that he wrote in assembly language WHILE single-handedly rolling a vibertspliff® and at the same time trimming his vibertbeard® with a devilfish 303 that he modified into a razorblade that will save the world by closing the hole in the ozon layer and banishing all the evildoers from the world.

 

You forgot the vibertbandanna® :arrr:

Link to post
Share on other sites

Reason is cool but not after you have spent years collecting wierd vst effects and synths. Dont do it Acid1 stick with the good shit!

Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest cosmonaut

really good interview. i use reason every now and then but ableton for me is the best piece of software out there.

 

from the interview:

 

- What's your approach to post processing and mastering?

- I export the Reason songs to AIFF, then I often take them into Peak and mess around with the track, do a few backward snare drums or whatever....

what is Peak?

Link to post
Share on other sites
really good interview. i use reason every now and then but ableton for me is the best piece of software out there.

 

from the interview:

 

- What's your approach to post processing and mastering?

- I export the Reason songs to AIFF, then I often take them into Peak and mess around with the track, do a few backward snare drums or whatever....

what is Peak?

 

audio editor me thinks

Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

  • Similar Content

    • By Rubin Farr
      https://luke-vibert.bandcamp.com/album/lockdown-breaks

    • By Rubin Farr
      Lots of good artists on this one:
      https://hypercolour-records.bandcamp.com/album/hypercolour-patterns-volume-11

    • By Adamovich
      https://hypercolour.co.uk/album/luke-vibert-presents-rave-hop
      The third, and final part, of Luke Vibert’s entertaining and infectious cavort through some of dance music’s key motifs, delivers a singular collection of tracks that the creator defines as Rave Hop.
      ‘Luke Vibert presents Rave Hop’ finds the British producer and musical trail blazer kick back on a bunch of lazy hip hop breaks and breezy samples. Soulful vocals, suave raps and buoyant riffs are expertly infused with dope as fuck beats and booming basslines.
      ‘Rave Hop’ concludes Vibert’s trilogy of albums for Hypercolour that has gifted us absorbing musical dispatches from the breakbeat and rave frontlines. With an enviable recording career that has taken in countless projects for labels like Ninja Tune, Warp, Planet Mu and Rephlex, Luke Vibert still holds the crown for king of the beats!
       

    • By Psychledelic
      Luke Vibert has 3 new long players in the pipeline, "each with a specifical musical theme and thread." Here's the first I'm seeing...
       
       
×
×
  • Create New...