Amazing Machines AM102 Programmable Wavetable Oscillator v1.0 REAKTOR BLOCKS
AM102 Programmable Wavetable Oscillator for Reaktor Blocks:
A Programmable Wavetable Oscillator, featuring a 16 Stages Wavetable with 3 selectable Playback Modes and 3 types of Output Curves, AM102 is a Shape Shifter yet to be rivalled.
Click and drag the faders in the Wavetable Display to draw your own Waveforms, use the CURVE and MODE controls to modify Waveforms even further, connect AM102 to a FREE AM103 Expander Module in order to control the Modulation Inputs of Stages 1, 5, 9 and 13.
AM102 also features a Pulse Waveform Output with a PWM Input, in Backward (BWD) and Forward (FWD) Playback Modes the Pulse Waveform is tuned 1 Octave below the Wavetable, serving as a Sub Oscillator or a Synchronization Source for other Oscillators.
- 1 Reaktor Block
- 16 Stages Programmable Wavetable
- Stages 1, 5, 9 and 13 with Dedicated CV Inputs
- Sync Hardness Control (HDN) with a Dedicated CV Input
- Reset On/Off Switch with Phase Control and Phase Modulation Input
- Wavetable Playback Mode Rotary Switch Selects between Backward, Alternating or Forward
- Curve Control Crossfades between Stepped, Linear and Exponential Output Curves
- Curve Modulation Input
- Coarse and Fine Tune Controls with 2 Independent CV Inputs
- CV2 and CV3 Range Switches to select between Semitones or Cents
- Additional Pulse Waveform Output
- PWM Input
Native Instruments' Reaktor 6.0 or newer (Full Version).
SoulviaSound REDD incl Fix KONTAKT-DYNAMiCS
REDD is a hybrid synthesizer created for Kontakt owners and produced by George Poenaru. REDD can't be loaded in an older version than Kontakt 4.2. Before starting the presentation you must know that the main knobs were designed without cursor for one reason: tweaking sound wouldn't involve the eyes, so you'll use only your ears. In this moment REDD has 2 different nki's types: "REDD" and "REDD Lite". "REDD" uses 9 wavetable sources distributed on 3 layers and REDD Lite uses only 3 wavetable sources distributed on a single layer.
The analog synthesizer uses VCO to generate different wave and noise types (sine, triangle, rectangular, saw tooth, pink noise, etc.), REDD doesn't generate anything, it uses a large wavetable recorded from popular analog VCO's, noise generators, and virtual analog DCO's. In addition, REDD wavetable contains analog tape hiss and analog HUMM. You can find 35 different wave types in each of the 9 sources in "REDD", or in each of the 3 sources in "REDD Lite". Recording was made note by note and the loop points have been carefully chosen, considering also the VCO pulse width modulation. The REDD wavetable contains:
1xSine Wave Type
1xTriangle Wave Type
4xSaw tooth Wave Types
7xRectangular Wave Types
2xPulse Wave Types
5xCombination Wave Types
1xLowF. Sine Wave Types
4xPink Noise Types
4xWhite Noise Types
1xAnalog Tape hiss
On the layer panel you'll find 3 oscillator source menus, on/off switches, oscillator range switch, volume, pan, spread, filters for each of the 3 oscillator sources, amp and filters ADSR envelope for the entire layer, reverb send, delay send, chorus send, layer volume and a layer on/off switch.
Modulation and FX panel
On this panel you can control the 2 LFO's, time delay, chorus/phaser, modulation intensity and also you can select the reverb preset. The REDD reverb it's based on IR's and you browse through 7 type of reverbs:
On the modulation matrix you can modify the modulations intensity for each of the 9 sources. What makes it special compared with other synthesizers, besides the consistent wavetable, is the isolation of each of the 9 sources:
isolated modulation intensity and filters for each of the 9 sources
isolated volume and filter envelope for each of the 3 layers
isolated output for each of the 3 layers
Arpeggiator, Master Filter and Voicing panel
In this panel you can control the arpeggiator, the master filter, the 3rd LFO and the instrument voicing (legato, portamento and mono). Also, here you can route REDD layers to different Kontakt outputs. Please watch the video to getting started with REDD pages.
Native Instruments Tim Exile Flesh Synth v1.0.0 for Reaktor 6 WiN/MAC
FLESH features a streamlined control set that lets you radically change the rhythmic and tonal output of the instrument. Play rich harmonic progressions on the fly. Trigger and switch source samples and sound snapshots in real time, then tweak parameters across all engines at once – all at the drop of your finger.
A clever system of global macro controls allows for consistent and tactile live tweaking. Four main controls – Spectrum, Character, Length, Mod – let you to subtly transform a sample or tear it apart into something completely new. And the clear labels make it easy to predict what you can expect from each knob turn.
use the UNLOCKED REAKTOR 6
K-Devices TED Max for Live
TED is a Max For Live highly editable LFO that may act also as a function generator. With TED’s signal, you can modulate any parameter in Ableton Live: from other devices’s parameter, to Live’s UI, to any third party plug-in.
TED is very easy to use: just click the "select” toggle, then click the parameter in your Ableton Live set to apply its modulation signal.
It is composed of three main areas: the main oscillator, with 6 morphable waveforms (SINE TRIANGLE SAWTOOTH PULSE 50%/50% PULSE 90%/10% RANDOM ), a sample and hold circuit with adjustable amount, and an effect section.
The effect section contains a wave-folding effect that may act as wave-folder, wave-wrapper or wave-clipper, a smoothing effect and a scalable output, where you can select the minimum and the maximum range of modulation.
TED is also CV/GATE compatible, to use with your CV/GATE compatible hardware, as a modular system. Please note that in order to use the CV/GATE feature a DC coupled audio interface or D/A converter is required.
NI REAKTOR User Library BLOCKS 9.17.2015
REAKTOR User Library! Here you’ll find all the ensembles and devices you love, plus new stars waiting to be discovered. Using the improved search feature, it’s easy to explore the vast range of synths, effects, and more. Upload, share, and comment on your favorite ensembles and become a part of the vibrant REAKTOR community.
What is included in this BLOCKS pack
Block - Waveform Processor 1.0
Block - Crossfader 1.0
Block - Panner 1.0
Block - Frequency Shifters 1.3
Block - Logic Mix 1.4
Erv Wilson Pitch Block
Block - 4x4 Matrix
Block - Supersaw oscillator
Block - Microwave Oscillator
Block - Brass Oscillator
Blocks MC-202 Synth
Blocks Trance Gate Clock Divider
Blocks Auto Filter
Blocks Envelope Follower
Reaktor 6 Spits
4 Voice Split
Chord Scale Quantizer
Boutique Hipass SKF
Bento LFO - Synced
SVF with type switch - LP BP HP
Dual Sawtooth Oscillator
Simple Osc and a panner
Basic Noise Block
Block - Simple Switch
Filter Bank Spectrometer Block
On The Run Patch
Blocks - Building Template
Roland RE201 Space Echo for Reaktor
Welcome to my first upload. A loving recreation of the ultimate echo effect the Roland RE201 Space Echo. The guts of this are mostly from Michat's excellent ensemble Michat's Space Echo ME-201. This is more than a reskin though, I have added a few other features (mostly borrowed from the UA version of the RE201). Thanks to Michat and thanks to Jonathan Style for inspiring me to begin the path to becoming a builder.
The Power switch is an output mute. Handy in case of out-of-control speaker blowing feedback. Secondly the Wet Solo switch is just what it says it is, it removes the dry component from the signal (it is just like the "From P.A." jack on the real thing, useful for when using the RE201 as a send effect). It is possible to have no output if you have the echo-norm switch set to norm and the wet solo on. The Echo-Norm switch is an effect bypass.
The fluctuation section simulates the wow and flutter of analog tape and the noise feature is a crucial component to recreating the otherworldly vibe of the original (thanks to Michat).
Lastly I know the mode selector is not quite right. It goes backwards and the knob is supposed to spin all the way around, but I could not figure out how to get it to wrap around. I am sure someone knows a more elegant way to do the mode selector switch so please let me know. Thank you.
Xfer Records Serum v1.06 b6 Update MAC
The dream synthesizer did not seem to exist: a wavetable synthesizer with a truly high-quality sound, visual and creative workflow-oriented interface to make creating and altering sounds fun instead of tedious, and the ability to "go deep” when desired - to create / import / edit / morph wavetables, and manipulate these on playback in real-time.
IMPORT YOUR OWN AUDIO / CREATE CUSTOM WAVETABLES WITH EASE
Serum has a Wavetable editor built right in- you can create your own wavetables in a variety of ways. Import audio directly from audio files - Serum has a variety of methods and options for analyzing audio for breaking it apart into individual waveforms. You can import single-cycle wavetables of course, as well as many at once (with in-built sorting options, or manual re-ordering). Morph between various wavetables using standard linear interpolation (crossfading) or via harmonic/spectral morphing. Draw directly on the waveform, with optional grid-size snapping and a variety of shape tools. Generate or modify waveforms using FFT (additive). Create or process waveforms using formula functions. Processing menu options allow you to do the other tasks you would want, such as apply fades, crossfades, normalize, export, and much more.
Playback of wavetables requires digital resampling to play different frequencies. Without considerable care and a whole lot of number crunching, this process will create audible artifacts. Artifacts mean that you are (perhaps unknowingly) crowding your mix with unwanted tones / frequencies. Many popular wavetable synthesizers are astonishingly bad at suppressing artifacts - even on a high-quality setting some create artifacts as high as -36 dB to -60 dB (level difference between fundamental on artifacts) which is well audible, and furthermore often dampening the highest wanted audible frequencies in the process, to try and suppress this unwanted sound. In Serum, the native-mode (default) playback of oscillators operates with an ultra high-precision resampling, yielding an astonishingly inaudible signal-to-noise (for instance, -150 dB on a sawtooth played at 1 Khz at 44100)! This requires a lot of calculations, so Serum’s oscillator playback has been aggressively optimized using SSE2 instructions to allow for this high-quality playback without taxing your CPU any more than the typical (decent quality) soft synth already does. Load up Serum and we think you’ll be able to notice both what you hear (solid high frequencies, extending flat all the way up to the limits of hearing) as well as what you don’t hear (no unwanted mud or aliasing gibberish- just good, clean sound).
MODULATION - WORK THE WAY YOU WANT TO
The modulation system allows for drag and drop connections between mod sources and destinations. Want an LFO controlling a filter cutoff? Simply drag the LFO title to the cutoff knob. This LFO->Filter connection will now appear in the Mod Matrix as well. In other words, you have two views/approaches for creating and modifying your modulations: sometimes a list is nice, other times you just want the job done fast and easy.
REALTIME WAVETABLE MANIPULATION
In addition to moving through the set of wavetables (up to 256 make up a single oscillator), you can manipulate the waveform itself in a separate realtime process referred to as Warp. This allows for FM/AM/RM/Oscillator Sync and many other ways to modify the waveform, including "Remap” modes - a graph editor for drawing your own custom table manipulations.
Serum includes all of the filter types found in LFOTool in addition to some brand-new ones. Flangers, Phasers, and Comb filters all of which can key-track to the musical note you play. Dual filter types let you control or morph between filter types. Get creative with atypical processes for filters such as downsampling, or the unique filter types found nowhere before, such as the dirty-sounding French LPF.
BUILT-IN SUITE OF EFFECTS
An effects rack with 10 effects modules lets you get your sound all the way to the finish line inside Serum. Effects can be re-ordered to any configuration you want. Virtually all effect parameters are also available as modulation destinations. This is especially useful on monophonic synth sounds. For example, apply an LFO to control reverb size or dry/wet, or velocity to control distortion amount. Many of these effects and modes were built just for Serum, so there are many unique effects to choose from, such as Hyper, which simulates (additional) unison amounts, or a dual-waveshaper which allows for a distortion you can morph between two separate wave shapes.
Serum will let you stack a single oscillator to use up to 16 voices. Each of the wavetable oscillators have a number of unison advanced parameters. Stack settings allow for note (e.g. octave) layering to get a fuller sound for a single note-press. Set the unison voices to all have their unique waveform at once with the Unison WT Pos setting, or have them all skewed in a different way with the unison Warp control. A variety of unison tuning modes per-oscillator let you get the stack sound blooming or swarming like you want.