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Delay Modulation Effect

(12 Votes)
1.0 (Updated 3 years ago)
September 08, 2018
Reaktor 6
Effect Delay based


This is a delay modulation effect. Inspiration comes from Ableton Live Erosion. But it is a little different from Erosion. It has a powerful stepper control, and you can draw it to control parameters for getting some funny patches. I hope you would like it. Because it is really different from Erosion.

*Master Parameters*

Freq: Sine Oscillator Frequency Control. When “Noise” or “WNoise” Mode, it is a Bandpass Filter frequency control.

Width: Bandpass Filter resonance control.

Amount: Modulation Control.
Amountx1/x2/x10: Amount Scale Control.

FX: Bypass Button.

M1/M2/M3: Mode Select. You can click the corresponding labels in Damage Design Panel.

Mix: Dry/Wet Control.

*Stepper Parameters*

Master/Custom Clock: The select of host clock or internal clock.

BPM/Hz: Show BPM of Master Clock, and Rate Control of Custom Clock.

Beat: 2Bar 1Bar 1/2 1/4 1/8 1/16 1/32 1/64.

Shuffle: Clock Counter Offset. 0%~75%. Right Click to change offset numbers.

Length: Stepper Length Control.

Offset: Stepper Play Position Offset.
Stepper Play Direction: Up/Down/Random.

Random: Random Draw Each Step Value.

Initial 0: Reset Each Step Value to 0.

Modulation Matrix: Stepper 1/2/3 Amount Control of there master parameters. Right Click to change bipolar or unipolar modulation. The Eraser Icon is used to reset all modulation amount to the default setting.

*****Made in REAKTOR 6.2.2*****

20180908: fix stepper length and draw bug!!!


Sky Cole
1 year ago
Nice work, this thing is badass! Had a couple ideas that would be nice feature additions - adding glide in the sequencer section, and adding an option for pitch tracking via midi input :)
Claude S.
2 years ago
Woah. I need to play with this. I love the erosion effect in Live.
Zhaonan Zeng
3 years ago
Lewi Glenis! Thank your like.
Lewi Glenis
3 years ago
I'm looking forward to trying it Zhaonan. Looks great and I really like the concept.