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.
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Almost all devices in Reason that are capable of overdriving a signal will generate ODD and/or EVEN overtones/harmonics. Here’s how.
In short: intermodulation adds frequencies that are out of tune.
Today this guy, Graham Cochrane, who runs a website called The Recording Revolution posted a blogpost about uninstalling plugins which you don’t need: ‘The Studio Detox: Uninstalling Plugins You Don’t Need’. For example several types of EQ, or compression. Ask yourself: how much types of EQ or compression do I really need? Although I am a […]
“where’s the tuner?”
One thing I had in mind was doing an interview with the person who came up with the idea for this device: Mats Karlöf. Well, that a bit longer than I expected. But I gladly present that interview to you today. You will learn about the philosophy behind the Pulveriser device and the kind of […]
Next month I will be creating a new sound package, a ReFill for Propellerhead Reason users. It will contain at least 200 patches for the Pulveriser device (including patches of the Pulveriser used in a Combinator of course). It’s my tribute to the Pulveriser because I think it’s a super creative device which has many […]
Many music people nowadays take the academic route. Some of them are overly concerned imo about the sound quality of a DAW system. They often start comparing DAW software, using spectrum analysers, talking about digital summing and stuff like that.
Building a DIY synth in Pulveriser is possible. And it’s not even that hard to do. Really!
For today’s example of What Can Be Done With The Pulveriser I’m using the Pulveriser as an effect to create those typical pumping sounds you get when using a side chain compressor. I’m not using a side chain compressor though for this demo, it’s just the Pulveriser added as an effect device for Dr.OctoRex playing […]
This week when I wrote about the Comb Filter of the Pulveriser but I didn’t tell you it can be used for Phasing, Chorus and Flanging effects. It makes the Pulveriser one of the best effect devices in Reason for these types of sounds. I also wrote about using the Tremor for Tremelo or Lesie effects. […]
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.