Making a Bit Crusher in Fl Studio is surprisingly easy!
I might not know the exact science behind how a bit crusher works, but I do know that a bit crusher is essentially something that takes an analog signal and, given a sample rate, first grabs a sample from the input and outputs that value for a duration before grabbing the next sample and repeating. This creates a stair-like effect. What's neat is that SynthMaker already has a module built into it that does exactly this: "Sample and Hold". By using this module with a set of two signals (one to be the sampled signal, the other to be the given "sample rate"), you are effectively creating the bit crushing effect!
Instead of giving you a project or a file, I'm going to instead give you an image. I find that this is an excellent introduction to Synth Maker, and it's really easy to make, so I'd recommend you guys to try creating this effect on your own.
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