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Goriila Texas
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Post 24 Jun 2016

Looking for a good bit crusher in Reason for drums.

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Loque
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Post 24 Jun 2016

I like this one
https://shop.propellerheads.se/product/ ... istortion/

But its overpriced. I cannot recommend one RE only, because i often use combinations with Saturation Knob, Scream4, Thor or Malstroem shapers, Devestator, amps and others.

For real fat crunchy drums you should have a battery of sound destroyers, also limiters and compressors.
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tibah
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Post 24 Jun 2016

Decimort 2. Still on sale.

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thegoodbreaux
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Post 24 Jun 2016

Decimtor 2 is fire. Already own the VST and I still purchased the RE. Normally I paying twice for something would turn me off but I use it so often for so many things it's completely worth it.

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Post 24 Jun 2016

Thanks! Got Decimort 2.

Goriila Texas
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Post 24 Jun 2016

Loque wrote:I like this one
https://shop.propellerheads.se/product/ ... istortion/

But its overpriced. I cannot recommend one RE only, because i often use combinations with Saturation Knob, Scream4, Thor or Malstroem shapers, Devestator, amps and others.

For real fat crunchy drums you should have a battery of sound destroyers, also limiters and compressors.
True!

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tronam
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Post 24 Jun 2016

I feel like a broken record when it comes to Decimort, but it's easily my favorite bitcrusher on any platform, be it VST/AU/RE. Many can pull off the obvious, but subtlety is where it shines beyond any other I've worked with.
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Olivier
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Post 24 Jun 2016

Decimort is great. Defenitely the highest quality sound in bitcrushers available for reason.
For creative control of the way the bits are mangled i'm quite fond of BeatCrush by Nucleus Soundlab (https://shop.propellerheads.se/product/ ... istortion/) the way you can work on the individual bits is unique.
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16BitBear
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Post 24 Jun 2016

eauhm wrote:Decimort is great. Defenitely the highest quality sound in bitcrushers available for reason.
For creative control of the way the bits are mangled i'm quite fond of BeatCrush by Nucleus Soundlab (https://shop.propellerheads.se/product/ ... istortion/) the way you can work on the individual bits is unique.
Yes, I have Decimort and love it. And I also love BeatCrush. I find I use both equally and even sometimes together. :thumbs_up:

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ProfessaKaos
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Post 24 Jun 2016

Like everyone else said, definitely Decimort 2.
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Zerosity
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Post 25 Jun 2016

I still haven't tried Decimort mostly because I've been perfectly happy with Blamsoft's Resampler for my needs.

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Shokstar
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Post 25 Jun 2016

Decimort 2 is still the best and on the 2nd place Beatcrush. Both are really good crushers and has different possibilities :)

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8cros
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Post 25 Jun 2016

Zerosity wrote:I still haven't tried Decimort mostly because I've been perfectly happy with Blamsoft's Resampler for my needs.
Resampler amazing. Very simple and effective control, and varied sound.
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Scoobyman II
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Post 25 Jun 2016

I haven't tried Decimort, but I too like "Nucleus Soundlab 'beat crush'" I think it's versatile.

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Post 25 Jun 2016

Thanks for all the help.

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challism
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Post 25 Jun 2016

Before Decimort 2 came out, I would have said Blamsoft's Resampler. Resampler is excellent and I was 100% satisfied with it crushing all my bitcrushing needs. Then I hit the try button when Decimort went on sale in May and it was all over. I used to use Resampler all the time, but since I got Decimort, Resampler has taken a back seat.... all the way to the back of the bus. Resampler is amazing, but Decimort 2 is much more amazingerere!
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thegoodbreaux
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Post 25 Jun 2016

This x10. :thumbs_up:
tronam wrote:I feel like a broken record when it comes to Decimort, but it's easily my favorite bitcrusher on any platform, be it VST/AU/RE. Many can pull off the obvious, but subtlety is where it shines beyond any other I've worked with.

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GRIFTY
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Post 26 Jun 2016

I bought decimort at full price and it was completely worth it, brings incredibly convincing sp1200 or mpc flavor to your drums


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Noel G.
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Post 26 Jul 2016

Speaking of NSL, does anyone know what happened to their site? http://nucleus-soundlab.com/cgi-sys/suspendedpage.cgi

Are they out of business?
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Post 26 Jul 2016

Noel G. wrote:Speaking of NSL, does anyone know what happened to their site? http://nucleus-soundlab.com/cgi-sys/suspendedpage.cgi

Are they out of business?
I was just there like 2 days ago, almost buying ThorKit I by Tom Pritchard. Everything still working fine back then. :(

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4filegate
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Post 26 Jul 2016

tibah wrote:
Noel G. wrote:Speaking of NSL, does anyone know what happened to their site? http://nucleus-soundlab.com/cgi-sys/suspendedpage.cgi

Are they out of business?
I was just there like 2 days ago, almost buying ThorKit I by Tom Pritchard. Everything still working fine back then. :(
not a free web host - hope that he has paid his Internet access, then he can read fb comments - payment needs 2-3 days,
or his address is new? whois-info

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Skullture
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Post 26 Jul 2016

Noel G. wrote:Speaking of NSL, does anyone know what happened to their site? http://nucleus-soundlab.com/cgi-sys/suspendedpage.cgi

Are they out of business?
nucleus-soundlab.com - suspended page.jpg
Oh no! :o i hope not :?


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logicalpocket
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Post 31 Jul 2016

Just tried Decimort 2 on the back of reading this thread. It's so much more powerful than the blamsoft RE that I've been using. Thanks for the heads up guys!
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