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NEUTRON

Analog Semi-Modular Synthesizer

(16 Votes)
1.0 (Updated 6 months ago)
2.3MB
May 04, 2020
Reaktor 6

DESCRIPTION

Recreation of the semi-modular analog synthesizer with operable patch-bay (cannot save snapshot due to reaktor coding)
Original signal path

ver.10

COMMENTS  (13)

andrew aronson
5 months ago
this dang thing is awesome. you code synths old school tho. it looks like it could be vintage r5 or earlier. you could get a lot more mileage out of it by modulating everything at audio rate like the filter pitch and envelopes, and using the core library zdf filters and polyblep oscillators. i know that i personally enjoy it just fine with the monark filter
Tomi Kokki
5 months ago
@Matt Ritenburg : In case you haven't already figured it out yourself, or if anyone else is wondering the same: hit the edit button and then you can drag the patch cables like with Reaktor Blocks. PS. awesome synth. Thanks. :)
Matt Ritenburg
6 months ago
Great ensemble! How do you edit the patch cords? I can't seem to make the patch cords work. Please explain.
Donald Baynes
6 months ago
Many thanks . 1 more hardware synth off my to buy list
Derick Otoo
6 months ago
Fun and nice sounding
Jonathan Tremblay
6 months ago
@David Johnson, that's a faceplate. You can get one for your Neutron if you get one. It's quite easy to replace.
David Johnson
6 months ago
Nice! If the hardware looked like yours I'd buy one.
James Peck
6 months ago
inb4 Behringer takedown
Brett Lavallee
6 months ago
Thanks for the nice synth! 30 snapshots can be found here: https://www.native-instruments.com/en/reaktor-community/reaktor-user-library/entry/show/13527/
Jonathan Tremblay
6 months ago
Really awesome once again. Here is the link: https://www.native-instruments.com/en/reaktor-community/reaktor-user-library/entry/show/13209/
Pasquale Lo Zito
6 months ago
Thank you Jonathan for the advice, where can I find your implementation of the Tone mode? Anyway, I won't recreate the original sound of the synth, I also have a neutron but I want to create only the original circuit of the machine. For overdrive and delay I've used the primary blocks but this is only the ver 1.0 I can improve a lot this synth. In the last two years I shared my moog clones here on UserLib and moog let them remove from native instrument but I think Behringer wouldn't do so much, especially for a no-profit thing like this. Anyway I get into a comb-filtered square wave for the similarity of the sound and I never use Tone Mode on my original Neutron, I don't really like it Let me know where can I find your Tone Mod OSC ;)
Jonathan Tremblay
6 months ago
I also don't have stacked cables in real life, so this is awesome at replicating that feeling of having unlimited mults, which can lead to incredible patch creation.
Jonathan Tremblay
6 months ago
Definitely not ToneMod for the oscillator, you can check my implementation on my uploads and use that if you want, however this sounds really good. I have my Neutron next to me and the tones coming out of this ensemble aren't close to a clone in regards to the overdrive and filter, but it's own thing, and sounds so gooooooooood. Keep it up. If you transform this into your own ensemble you can keep the whole of it, and only change some of it (for copyright issues). I'm just clearing up that I'm not hating on it, I love the glass-like textures that I can get out of this comb-filtered "ToneMod" Oscillator waveshape, and sounds great with the cleaner delay, mixed with the cleaner overdrive as well. 5/5
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