World – the time has come to push the button and pulverise!
Creative destruction is the theme of the new Pulveriser, part of Propellerhead Reason 6. According to the Propellerhead propellerheads, it’s the tool to grab when it’s time to squash, add dirt and generally get filthy with your sound.
This official ‘micro tutorial’ gives you the rundown on what to expect from the new Pulveriser.
NAMM 2011: Plogue has released this teaser on their new ‘secret project’, an “Early Sampling Circuit Simulator”, which runs as a VST/AU/RTAS Effect.
It contains resamplers, filters, speaker impulses and other algorithms to emulate the signal path of well known early sampling devices, like for instance an SK-1 or the Amiga Paula, from the required analog to digital conversion (far from mere ‘bit crushing’), up until the end speaker. Continue reading →
The main unit is the subwoofer and the control station. The smaller units are speakers and connect to the controller through bluetooth technology, they work as single cheek units and can be connected to store as one small butt. To activate the unit, one must tap the unit.
Tap the main unit to turn the speakers on. Once tapped, the unit shows that it?s received the command with a small red light (kind of like what happens when a cheek is smacked). This light goes away after three seconds. Rubbing the unit on either cheek in a circular motion turns the sound up (rotating right), and turns the sound down (rotating left.)
Yes – you actually turn the Asspeaker off and on by tapping that ass: