I want to focus on all the Reason rack devices & rack extensions which can saturate an audio signal. Testing them if they generate annoying aliasing sounds.
Tag Archives | Thor
To create a Vibrato effect you need a delay and a LFO. In theory Thor should be capable of creating such an effect.
Almost all devices in Reason that are capable of overdriving a signal will generate ODD and/or EVEN overtones/harmonics. Here’s how.
“Question…is the CV delay doable with Thor?”
There are several plugins on the market for generating noise. For all kinds of noises: static, white, brown, you name it. But if you are a Propellerhead Reason user you don’t need these plugins ’cause Thor can generate any type of noise you’ve ever dreamed of. And it’s super easy! Just make sure that: you put one […]
Today I had some fun in trying to make the Thor synth in Propellerhead Reason say my name Marco. Check out my example!
As a sound designer I explore interesting sounds. I study them and try to reconstruct them. In this post I examine the rhythm sound of an old Casio VL-1 and reproduce it in Propellerhead Reason software.
Today on Facebook somebody said: “Thors analog oscillators and chorus sounds terrible”
Tom Pritchard seems to be a true Thor expert. His technical knob twisting results in some very musical and inspirational sounds for Reason users.
Dubstep music is related to dub music. And Dub music grew out of reggae music. Like they say, art always builds on the past, which is true.
A Comb filter adds a delayed version of the signal to itself with adjustable feedback (controlled by the Peak knob in the Pulveriser). It’s a rather basic form of filtering but the results can be very dramatic. Reason’s Pulveriser has a Filter section which has a wide range for creating these Comb filter effects. Set […]
Propellerhead has released: a playable iPad version of Reason’s massive Thor synthesizer, with all of its features Including my patches for Thor commissioned by Propellerhead Software. For example this patch of mine called Spaced Out which Propellerhead uses as a Thor showcase sound: There’s a lot more info on the Thor page at the Props’ […]