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Superformula special 2.3

dedicate to Arachnaut

(11 Votes)
2.3 (Updated 2 years ago)
May 13, 2016
Reaktor 6
Blocks Ensembles


mod of 16-Bit Rover 2.3

Start the clock: wait, listen and enjoy …
on some be patient and wait longer

The heart of this patch is Turing machine by Michael Hetrick; double twiced
- By the same author is Quadrature LFO
- 42 snapshot by Brett Lavallee
- 13 snapshots by Philippe Loiseau
- more snapshots by Paule
- knobs and backgrounds by Efflam Le Bivic
- Superformular 2 Dispersion by Jim Hurley
- to drive in 44.1 kHz stop at stage 4 around 87% on my aged pc
- fade on Stop by Philippe Loiseau
- GUI contrast optimized
- some new connection


Matthew Gantt
2 months ago
wowow this is beautiful - super inspiring + so glad to have stumbled across this after falling down the cybernetics/rungler/Roland Kayn rabbit hole. Out of curiosity, is there a version of this for the more recent front-panel Blocks?
Bernd Durrwachter
1 year ago
The example recording on this download page sounds like a a real field recording in the Paris sewers, water flow, flushing, rats, mechanics, bats, and all ;-)
Rick Scott
2 years ago
Great work! It's fun to select a patch and just let it go where it wants to go.
Greg Killmaster
2 years ago
And I love the dog and cat names for the blocks!
Greg Killmaster
2 years ago
This sounds superb. Especially at very low bpm. At least for me anyways. Thank you Paule!
miguel otero alceda
4 years ago
me encanta.
Christian Huygen
5 years ago
Brett Lavallee
5 years ago
Damn Paule, it sounds like it's talking straight to me.. weird.. @ Jim, check out Cal Scott's recent creation on the forums for another Superformula ensemble. Also, I just got a new computer, so I will be experimenting with it more as well! Thanks guys!
5 years ago
We pensioners must hold together (a quick Google translation).
5 years ago
Thanks Paule, that's the first time anyone ever made a patch in my name. This block patch sounds pretty good, too.