In this lesson: How to use the RPG-8 arpeggiator and attach it to any instrument you like.
RPG-8 is an arpeggiator that you can attach to other
instruments in Reason to make them play certain note patterns. It's one of the
most creative effects that you can use in Reason.
Right Click The Rack > RPG-8 Arpeggiator.
If the arpeggiator doesn't start playing patterns immediately (Even though the arpeggiator is ON), you will need to move the track clips that you want arpeggiated into the "Arp" track that was created when you made the arpeggiator.
Some of the types of pattern effects you can get are
As well, you can change how many octaves that pattern covers, as well as inserting notes that disrupt your pattern that are spaced between the notes of your pattern (Ex. Every 3rd note is played an octave lower).
Some of the disruptive note insert options are:
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