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Sample slicer with automatic transient detection.

(17 Votes)
Colugo _
1.0 (Updated 3 years ago)
3.3MB
April 30, 2016
Reaktor 6
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DESCRIPTION

Detects the transients in a sample and allows you to play back individual slices.

The transient detection algorithm isn't perfect but works ok with most samples I've thrown at it.

COMMENTS  (8)

Matthew Friedrichs
3 years ago
I've been having a lot of fun with this block! Using a single clock input to change the sample slice was very smart. I had to pull myself away to get my latest update finished. :) If you want to add external triggers for the first 16 slices, you can use my external trigger expander for Tape Nouveau as a starting point. Adding a lot of external triggers to a block just looks unwieldy in the connection view, so an expander is the best solution.
Jonathan Richards
3 years ago
Woop! now we're talking
Colugo _
3 years ago
@Lowe You could connect the Bento Box 8 Steps 'Pitch' output to the 'Slice' input for a really simple sequencer. the first slice starts at C(-2)
Colugo _
3 years ago
you can adjust the detection sensitivity by draggin on the 'threshold' setting top left
Jason Chatzilias
3 years ago
also would be wicked with manual slicing too!
Jason Chatzilias
3 years ago
would be really nice to be able to adjust the transient detection sensitivity etc
Brett
3 years ago
Thanks Colugo _
Lowe Zwei
3 years ago
Hello Colugo! I have awesome idea to make this samples more impressive and creative! - try to implement some sort of sequencer for picking different slices! That would be epic!
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