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    Using .wav files in Reason 4

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    I made a voice tag for my beats in Audition 3. Usually when I want to use a wav sample I use the Redrum. I heard ppl saying you can load wav files in the NN-XT and N19. I can someone tell me how to do that?

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    Oddly enough, by hitting the "load sample" button and browsing to your sample. Note: the "load patch" button only does what it says.

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    Use the upload sample button. It's not hard, go to the help menu and look up either module, it tells you how to do this. This is a very very very basic question. I was able to learn how to load a wav sample, just by LOOKIN at these 2 modules and sayin to myself "hmmm...what does this do?" and actually clickin it. When ever i have a question about something in Reason, i go to the help menu (which is up next to file/edit/view) and search the module in question. It'll do you alot more good then comin in here and askin simple questions like this. Sorry to sound like these arrogant folks on here that always say "RTFM", cause i'm really not, (you see i answered your question) i'm just tryin to show you how easy it is to get answers, directly from the program your already in. It's the help menu, no need for the paper manual, just click help, you can search or just scroll thru the topics. Sorry so blunt, i'm just trying to help you gan knowledge as opposed to teaching you the program one post at a time. Hope that helps
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    na..its cool you helped me..I do go through the manual but sometimes its not 100% clear. I remember you helped me with the vocoder question I had. Couldnt figure out how to hook everything up from reading the manual. But thats for the help

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    I don't think i even know what the manual looks like. I just refer to the help menu, cause it has a search function, haha call me a victim of the internet age. If i can find out what something does, i can find a way to use it, thats half the fun of learning to me, experimenting and seeing what happens. One day something is going to blow up in my face.
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    mah bad..not manual the help button...tried to wire everything up for the vocoder and couldnt figure it out

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    That vocoder was a btch to get workin, but once i got it, it was easy. The key is get something playin on the carrier first, then hook up the modulator and play. Or vice versa, can't remember which is which off hand. But i used a rex loop and "sent to track" first, while that was playin, then i added the vocoder and then a subtractor, worked fine. Get something playin in the sequencer first, then add vocoder, then add subtractor, they should all autowire properly when you do it like that. Oh, when i'm doin it, i right click on the previous module and go to create.....so the routing is there. Sometimes gotta manually wire it if stuff don't autoroute the way you want it. One day when i think about it, i'll post up a combi or rns file for you. After that first time you asked about it i had to go home and refamiliarize myself with it. I still had to play with it, even tho i'd done it before. Haha.
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    im trying to do it with vocals

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    Yea, get the vocals playin in the sequencer first, then start to add the vocoder and synth. When you add the vocoder, the vocal sound will become inaudible until you add the synth and hit some keys. See if that helps.

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    put the vocals in what though? nnxt,n19?

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