Propellerhead Recycle Tutorial

1/7/2022by admin
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In simple terms, ReCycle lets you do with sampled loops what you can do with beats programmed from individual drum sounds – like alter the tempo, or replace sounds and process them individually. A tool for quickly editing sampled parts, chopping up riffs, remixing. Questions about product purchases in the Propellerhead Shop, Rent-to-Own and Subscriptions etc. Documentation and Downloads Quick links to product documentation and additional software.

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Hello!

Good questions. First, since you know that you want to make a beat at 90BPM, you should 'stretch' the sample to that it is 90BPM by using Recycle. I don't have Recycle, unfortunately. But I use WAV editors like Adobe Audition and Sony Sound Forge to do what is called 'time stretching'. It re-samples the sample to the BPM that you desire (even if you don't know the original BPM). From there, you can use recycle to 'chop' the sample however you like.

Tutorial

One way that you can figure out the original BPM of the sample is to use the metronome in Reason. Play the sample in a loop and then set the BPM in Reason to something that you think is close. Make sure the metronome is on and then hit play in Reason on one of the 'down beats' of the sample. Change the BPM settings until the clicks that you hear match the sample for at least 2 measures.

Recycle

Another way you can find the original BPM is to use an online BPM calculator. Play the sample and then tap your keyboard's space bar to the beat of the sample. Do this for about 4 measures (or 16 beats/taps) and you should get a decent starting BPM for the Reason beat.

Let me know if this helps. I'm going to add videos and other info there that should help you out.

Grace and Peace!

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