ReCycle is the amazing music loop editing software, which is widely used for editing music and audio! If you’re a Music Producer, or you hope to work in the music industry, this ReCycle course is the perfect opportunity to learn the fundamental skills necessary. During this excellent ReCycle course you’ll be taught by David Alexander, an electronic recording artist, who has years of experience and insider knowledge to share with you. ReCycle has a whole array of interesting features, all of which you‘ll learn to take advantage of, including: how to add the right loop or groove to your music, how to take creative control, and how to utilise your looped material. Gain essential skills using Reason 4, and enhance your music career!
In this tutorial, David Alexander, an electronic recording artist, will show you how adding the right groove or loop can often elevate your music to completely new heights. Usually incorporating loops and grooves can take hours of hard work just to get the loop to fit your song’s tempo and timing. Propellerhead’s ReCycle gives you full creative control over utilizing your looped material.
Our learning material is available to students 24/7 anywhere in the world, so it’s extremely convenient. These intensive online courses are open to everyone, as long as you have an interest in the topic! We provide world-class learning led by IAP, so you can be assured that the material is high quality, accurate and up-to-date.
David Alexander is a multi-talented recording artist/producer whose career includes producing, mixing, scoring, remixing, programming, and co-writing. A co-founder of a digital music production school in downtown Los Angeles called Icon Collective, David seeks to empower and educate electronic artists in an environment that blends technology with creativity. His credits include scoring music for some of the top video games such as “Quake II” and “Terminator 3” and his music has been featured in major motion pictures including “Rush Hour” and “Friday.” Currently working with DJs and artists in the dance and electronica scene, David is producing several albums including working on the latest release by DJ Irene, a leading female turntablist. In addition, David has toured the States while playing keys for The Gap Band, George Clinton, Chaka Kahn, as well as many others. He is a frequent contributor to BPM Magazine. When not mentoring other musicians, David performs in his live audio/visual electronica band called Icon Underground that’s a unique blend of technology and soul with hypnotic visuals.
Those who successfully pass this course will be awarded a ReCycle certificate. Anyone eligible for certification will receive a free e-certificate, and printed certificate.
This excellent ReCycle course will qualify you to be a Music Producer. As a Music Producer you could work for an existing organisation, or could work on a freelance basis. The average salary of a Music Producer in the UK is £29,032, and this will go up with experience (payscale.com). With this course you could fulfil any of the following roles:
|1: Propellerhead ReCycle|
|2: Recycle Overview|
|1. REX Files for Production|
|3: Traditional Loop Based Programming|
|1. Import,Edit,Set to Grid and Time Stretch,Using the Grid to Cut Loops, Reprogramming Loops|
|4: Recycling of Loops|
|1. Arrow Tool, Lock Tool, Mute Tool, Pencil Tool and Preferences|
|2. Zoom In/Out, Setting Markers/Locators, Grabbing Tools, Open/Close Documents, Saving and Exporting|
|3. Positioning Your Hands for Editing in Recycle|
|4. Import, Zoom In, Set Sensitivity Slider, Audition Slices, Find Loop Point, Set Locators, Enter Bars and Save|
|5. Edit, Add and Remove Slices|
|6. 3 Rules for Proper Playback|
|5: Creating A Library for Redrum|
|1. Setting Markers Around One Slice, Exporting vs Saving and Organizing Your Library Into Catagories|
|6: Reprogramming REX Loops in Reason|
|1. Dropping MIDI Triggers to Track, Editing MIDI Triggers, Playing Your Own Patterns and Generating Random Patterns in Reason|
|7: Dr. Rex Loop Player Controls|
|1. Select Slice Via MIDI, Transpose, Slice Pitch, Panning, Pan Slices and Slice Volume|
|8: Recycle for Sample Based Music Production|
|1. Import Menu, File Directory, Using Import Markers, Naming, Grab and Saving Sessions|
|2. Finding Imported Files, Sensitivity Slider, Pencil Tool and Setting Bars Before Saving|
|3. Opening Files, Setting Correct Pitch and Recording Patterns|
|9: Propellerhead Recycle|