Propellerhead Explains Pulveriser

It Whips Your Audio Around The Ring 'Until It Begs For Mercy'      09/08/11

Want to squash your audio. Or add some dirt?

That's the idea behind Pulveriser - one of the new creative effects in Propellerhead Reason 6

Reason 6 intros three new effects: Pulveriser, Alligator, and The Echo. In this video micro tutorial, Propellerhead takes a look at the Pulveriser.

Here's what they have to say about the new effect:

Pulveriser is a sound demolition unit capable of destroying your signal but before you turn those knobs up to eleven, I wanted to show you that Pulveriser also excels at being an audio sweetener. In today's world of pristine digital recording, meticulously sampled instruments, and quantized MIDI it's sometimes necessary to add a little color and grit to your otherwise perfect material.

Pulveriser can do that for you. So before you blow up your sound with Pulveriser, take a look at some of the other ways it can make your tracks sound more analog, more beefy, more gritty... more Pulverised!

Availability

Pulveriser is part of the new Reason 6, which is set for release on Sept 30, 2011. 

James Lewin
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