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any good crazy crazy FSU fx like spectrumworx??

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studiowaveform
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Postby studiowaveform; Thu Feb 27, 2014 12:43 pm Re: any good crazy crazy FSU fx like spectrumworx??

Yeah that looks cool too !
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Postby Neon Breath; Thu Feb 27, 2014 12:48 pm Re: any good crazy crazy FSU fx like spectrumworx??

Spectrumworx is simply unique, I don’t think you’ll find something similar. But in the same vein and if the OP want to stay in the spectral / frequency domain, GRM Tools are very powerful and at the top of the spectral realm imo. Other than that, SoundMagic Spectral from Michael Norris is another solid winner for spectral destruction.
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Postby dayjob; Thu Feb 27, 2014 1:10 pm Re: any good crazy crazy FSU fx like spectrumworx??

spectrumworx is so much more than just for "FSU". it can really transform a sound in a musical way or be really subtle. the more i use it the more ways it fits in to m process. really a unique set of tools.
studiowaveform
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Postby studiowaveform; Thu Feb 27, 2014 1:36 pm Re: any good crazy crazy FSU fx like spectrumworx??

Maybe fsu isn't the right terminology... It does take things in great new directions, which is what I mean. And i love anything which has modular blocks. It's great!

Can't wait to try the sidechain when I get home from work.

I want to try grm_tools but out of my price... And I'm win7, spectral is au
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V0RT3X
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Postby V0RT3X; Thu Feb 27, 2014 2:41 pm Re: any good crazy crazy FSU fx like spectrumworx??

Put a WTB in the market place for Reaktor 5. You can sometimes find people willing to let it go for about $100 USD because of a few $99 promos on reaktor in the past. Good luck though, not alot of people are willing to let go of this complex and powerful tool ;)

Reaktor is incredible for what you are interested in. Having reaktor in your arsenal allows you access to ton of amazing FSU commercial tools.


This is a KVR listing of most reaktor related products for you to research on your own.
http://www.kvraudio.com/q.php?search=1&q=reaktor

Of course Reaktor may not be for you, so check out a demo of it first before jumping in.
Having the best tools and technical knowledge isn't gonna do much for you if you don't understand how to make good music.
studiowaveform
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Postby studiowaveform; Thu Feb 27, 2014 3:15 pm Re: any good crazy crazy FSU fx like spectrumworx??

I love reaktor - I just don't own it, and haven't ever made anything sound 'good' with it, so I gave up.


Now I've gone 50% outboard modular I've got back interested in it for an extra layer of control for pinging my analogue gear via silentway/motu/elektrons..I am on lookout for it now you mentioned $100 - would totally buy that for hard copy.. is there any license issues with ni stuff?
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V0RT3X
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Postby V0RT3X; Thu Feb 27, 2014 8:36 pm Re: any good crazy crazy FSU fx like spectrumworx??

studiowaveform wrote:I love reaktor - I just don't own it, and haven't ever made anything sound 'good' with it, so I gave up.


Now I've gone 50% outboard modular I've got back interested in it for an extra layer of control for pinging my analogue gear via silentway/motu/elektrons..I am on lookout for it now you mentioned $100 - would totally buy that for hard copy.. is there any license issues with ni stuff?


Hey sounds good! You can do great things with it once you learn how to use the basics.

I've owned my fair share of NI products over the past and never had a problem with the licence transfers on KVR.

I doubt you will find a physical copy of reaktor for the price of $100 because it was only the download version that went on sale in the past.

I bought Reaktor5 this way and the process was relatively straight forward.

Make sure before you buy that the seller confirms that they released the serial from their account first. Once it is cleared and able to be sold to a new user you are good to go!

Once you buy your code you need to download the Demo version of reaktor and install that. Then once it is installed you open up your licence center you can register your code to your NI account and you will get the option to upgrade reaktor to the full version.

It comes with everything the physical copy has!

Good luck!
Having the best tools and technical knowledge isn't gonna do much for you if you don't understand how to make good music.
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