G.W. Childs is back "beating up the beats" with Buffre, the new Propellerhead Rack Extension in Reason 6.5. See how this live performance plugin stutters, glitches and destroys any audio in its path in this brutally deep, 22-tutorial course...
Reason Rack Extensions are here, so we assigned our favorite Reason plugin audio genius, G.W. Childs, to plunge into Buffre, exploring all of its dark secrets, and making sense of this dangerous glitch machine's psychotic sound-making capabilities.
In this 22-tutorial course you'll learn the basics of creating stutter and glitch effects with Buffre. But then G.W. takes you down those forbidden, electronic, circuitous pathways where only the bravest of arcane audio manglers dare to descend. Here you'll hear and witness all the gory sonic details as the unafraid G.W. devours every tasty audio morsel the PEFF design team packed into this nasty little plugin!
So check out this course to get the most out of Buffre's extensive hit list of audio destruction techniques. Watch and see Buffre's remarkable real time performance capabilities and CC controls in action. And finally, learn some hot and dirty tips from the master sound demolition expert, G.W. Childs, as he reveals some of his diabolical tips taken directly from that forbidden black book he keeps locked in the hidden closet in the back of his studio!
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Lazyboots wrote on June 8, 2013
Informative, but very poor examples are used to demonstrate this device. I recommend the 30 day trial, it's a wonderful tool.
ray G wrote on July 23, 2012
That was a sweet video. I totally could not figure that device out. It uses midi, but not a synth. That I think is what makes this device so nice, You use your controller keyboard like an effect trigger to do huge rythmic and granular sounding changes. GW made it all make sense. I can see how much fun this will be for twitchy dubstep, and club tracks.