crusher-X drone transitions

Utilizing crusher-X with a modular synth input opens up a world of possibilities for creating slow transitions and drone morphings. The combination of the modular synth's diverse sound generation capabilities and crusher-X's granular synthesis engine allows for captivating and evolving sonic journeys.
By feeding the output of your modular synth into crusher-X, you can explore gradual transitions between different timbres, textures, and tonalities. The granular synthesis engine of crusher-X enables you to break down the input signal into tiny grains, manipulate their parameters, and create smooth transitions between them. This lends itself well to crafting slow, seamless sonic transformations and morphing drones.
As you experiment with crusher-X's granular synthesis controls, such as grain size, density, pitch, and modulation options, you can sculpt intricate and evolving soundscapes. The ability to manipulate these parameters in real-time gives you full control over the progression and character of your transitions and drone morphings.
The modular synth input serves as a rich source of raw material, while crusher-X adds depth, complexity, and a granular touch to the sounds. The result is a dynamic and evolving sonic landscape that takes your audience on a mesmerizing journey through slow transitions and captivating drone morphings.
Whether you're performing live or working on studio productions, the combination of crusher-X and a modular synth input opens up a wide range of creative possibilities, allowing you to push the boundaries of sound design and create unique, atmospheric, and immersive musical experiences.

crusher-X 10.2 granular morphings

Version 10 of crusher-X comes with a completely reworked morph system. It allows to morph up to 3600 seconds between the most parameters in a smooth way. And one can create a self defined morph curve that allows to morph with a specific "drama" in mind. With that possibility a simple morph between patches transforms to an individual designed "sound gesture".

crusher-X 10.2 free update "Ulrich Müller" released

The crusher-X 10.2 "Ulrich Müller" release is a free feature update for crusher-X 10. Beside several improvements and fixes it comes with a completely reworked morphing system with a free editable morphing curve to create advanced morphing gestures. It also adds compression and envelope follower meters in the level pane. And of coarse it is featured by the composer and sound designer "Ulrich Müller" who enhanced crusher-X with an exquisite selection of brand new factory sounds. Enjoy!

Relaxed Piano with crusher-X 10 glitches

A live piano recording processed by crusher-X using the version 10 Glitcher Mode. Live interactions with G-Life, Filter and Speed Grain Modulations and Trigger Release times. Enjoy!

Atmos 7.2.1 "Handpan" surround installation with crusher-X and Protools

crusher-X AAX plug-in runs with long grains on a 1minute floating buffer fed by a Handpan sound track. The stereo track is transformed by crusher-X to a 7.2.1. Atmos bed track which is then downmixed over several stages to a quad monitoring and a stereo outlet for this video recording. Using tuned Arpeggio for Speed modulation and several detuning techniques with linear and splined Sweeps modulations controlled by crusher-X Physical Modeling.