Lets get a taste of what this plugin is all about.
Now lets take a look at the interface and signal flow.
Gotta have them. In this video well go over the pre and post filters.
Finally, our star. Heres where all those wonderful harmonics are made.
The Shaper Curve7:33
Now lets take a look under the hood and do some advanced editing.
Take a Listen14:00
Here are some audio examples over a bunch of different instruments.
MIDI & Automation3:01
Finally, lets talk about controlling Destructor with MIDI.
Blue Cat Audio is ready to destroy the world in a great sounding way with their new Destructor plug-in. Learn all about this awesome sonic manipulator with your host Scottie Dugan in these in-depth video tutorials.
After an introduction to the plug-in is and what it can do, Scottie shows you your way around the plug-in, followed by detailed explorations of the Filters, Destruction Modules, Shaper Curve and more. Youll also get examples of Destructor being used on different instruments and more.
See the individual tutorial descriptions below for more info. If you have Destructor and want to really understand it, or youre thinking about getting it and want to see what it can do, watch Blue Cat Audio Destructor Explained today!
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