Now that you've been introduced to Reason's synths, it's time to start exploring the many instruments in Reason's sound banks and using Reason's samplers to play them in your tracks.
A sampler is an empty synth that you put your own sounds in. It then maps those sounds to keys so you can play them from your keyboard or from Reason's Sequencer. From there the sampler uses the same types of filters, envelopes, LFOs, and modulation as a typical synth.
This chapter teaches you how to use Reason's NN-19, NN-XT, and Dr. Rex samplers and gives you practice in controlling them by automating knob and fader movements in your Sequencer tracks.