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...
This course, originally created in a previous version of Reason, is forward-compatible with the most recent version.
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.