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consteLLations

Create/morph/view sonic constellations.

(11 Votes)
Rick Scott
1 (Updated 1 year ago)
47.5kB
January 27, 2018
Reaktor 6
Instrument Other

DESCRIPTION

Create/morph sonic constellations.

Number of stars = number of instrument voices.

Usage
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1. Set num instr voices to desired num stars in constellation.
2. Select a snap template. Or set controls manually. (See popups.)
3. Click "Create a consteLLation" (or press Q). Note: The first consteLLation of a session appears very slowly.
4. The XY pad is interactive. Check out its popup.
5. View A has controls, view B is one big XY pad.

Tip: Try sleeping to it, it's very calming, though you might get some sweet nightmares. :-)

Enjoy!

rachMiel
1/2018

COMMENTS  (14)

Lewi Glenis
1 year ago
Hi Rick, thanks a lot for this amazing ensemble! I'm trying to figure out how to send Midi Out of this ensemble so I can use it with another softsynth. Can you explain how to if possible?
Greg Killmaster
1 year ago
yes it is
scott_free
1 year ago
It's is a great day when there is a new rick scott creation in the user library.
Paule
1 year ago
... and have nice dreams
Rick Scott
1 year ago
And I'm not kidding about having slept to consteLLations. I set it to autoCreate every 3-5 minutes, turn the volume to a nice low sleepy thrum, and let it accompany me in my nighttime sleep excursions. ;-)
Rick Scott
1 year ago
Thanks for the comments, everyone. :-) I appreciate the feedback. I make these things for "the world" as much as myself ... so I'm always glad when people like them.
S Bateman
1 year ago
Really nice Rick, I can see this getting a lot of use. Awesome!
Greg Killmaster
1 year ago
great that you can turn on and off the scale rand!
Greg Killmaster
1 year ago
fantastic! I could listen for hours. Great and beautiful idea and execution. Would be really cool if the mouse had an effective radius that only influenced nearby smaller cluster of stars! (and maybe you could assign a radius of effect)
Felix Petrescu
1 year ago
genius shi* as always:)
Paule
1 year ago
From helloween to celestials via nirwana and return.
Rick Scott
1 year ago
It's true! Composition, conducting, piano. Mostly at the Freiburger Musikhochschule, also a bit in Heidelberg. But that doesn't make me a bad person ... ;-)
Paule
1 year ago
Thala, IMO Rick studied 6 years in Germany.
Thala Estra
1 year ago
wow, this remembers me somehow in this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bYuaSe-dTY0 if you can`t understand the german language: jump to minute 10 of the video. these lines, are the relationship of stars, viewed over time.
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