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Ampere Modular FPP

Ampere goes Front Panel

(12 Votes)
1.0 (Updated 5 months ago)
16.9MB
April 17, 2019
Reaktor 6

DESCRIPTION

After much time, and care spent to transcribe each module to be Front Panel Patchable, I am proud to share Chet Singer's Ampere Modular collection in today's modern paradigm.

I am an absolute fan of the Ampere Modular collection, ever since I first found it when I got into Reaktor. I started this project for myself, and after completion have decided to share it. This is such a step forward to share all the amazing possibilities and work that has gone into his collection with the newly added ability for Front Panel Patching.

(Yes I am aware that currently there exists no snapshot storage for the cable patches, however when that feature does get added this will be amazing to build with)

Enjoy, and have fun building :D
I know I will.

Chet Singer's Ampere Modular: https://www.native-instruments.com/en/reaktor-community/reaktor-user-library/entry/show/6019/

Converted by
Jonathan Tremblay
JonathanTremblay@live.com
SyniteAudio
v.1.0

For more visit:
https://gumroad.com/jonathantremblay

COMMENTS  (11)

Jonathan Tremblay
3 months ago
I forgot to mention that this is polyphonic capable, since these are macros that are placed in an ensemble/instrument. As such for voicing control refer to the Function tab of the Ensemble/Instrument.
Alexander Mikhaylenko
4 months ago
Sorry, guys. Are there any ready-made patches for this? I am just learning...
Jonathan Tremblay
5 months ago
Glad you all enjoy the possibilities!
Chet Singer
5 months ago
This is fantastic Jonathan! I love it!
Christian Huygen
5 months ago
Thanks and praise!
paradiddle
5 months ago
Cool!
Philippe Loiseau
5 months ago
This is nice, thanks Jonathan.
Joseph Green
5 months ago
was waiting for someone to convert these, thanks!!! (now if only someone could make herw's RUHR modular or some better simulations of semi-modular systems [eyes])
Philippe Loiseau
5 months ago
wo oh
Paule
5 months ago
Youh!
Jonathan Tremblay
5 months ago
Don't forget that since these are Primary Macros, you can run them with polyphonic voices.
now