Squash it! Smash it! Make it dirty and shake it up! That sounds like Pulverisor – the new FX plugin from the mad scientists at Propellerhead. Let G.W. Childs show you how to totally PULVERIZE your Reason tracks...
Dirty is the new clean! That’s exactly what Pulveriser does: It turns your cleanest, most pristine audio into the baddest, most messed-up awesome audio junk you’ve ever heard.
G.W. Childs, our MPV audio mangling maestro, shows you his patented, pulverizing techniques in this workflow-based, 20-video tutorial. You’ll learn everything about Pulveriser and how to use it in your productions as G.W. systematically smashes his way through his own Pulveriser-laden project.
So join G.W. and see how you can Pulverise your projects to perfection!
This course, originally created in an earlier version of Reason, is forward-compatible with the most recent version.
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Section 1: Section 1: Getting to know the Pulveriser
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Daniel wrote on June 16, 2014
Well, this is really an amazing tutorial! I always think about the pulverizer, don't know exactly what to do with it. After this tutorial I love the unit for mangeling beats etc. It was a real benefit for my work. And a lot of fun too. Thanks ;-)
Daniel wrote on January 26, 2014
I didn't realized the power of this effect. Thank you for this very useful course. Will surely use it a lot now!!
Daniel Barabe wrote on January 25, 2014
Wow, wow, wow, WOOOWWW... I've followed almost a thousand tutorials so far, and this is my favourite of all time :) Very cool effect shown here. Can't wait to continue this course!!!
Thanks a lot.
bracey wrote on December 28, 2013
This is a great tutorial for anyone who is using Reason. He takes an unassuming little plugin and shows you how to get a huge range of sounds and effects out of it. I found the examples of syncing the follower and working on snares to be very helpful.