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R3order

Realtime audio slicer

(66 Votes)
1.2 (Updated 13 years ago)
269.5kB
January 03, 2007
Reaktor 5 or lower
Effect Other

DESCRIPTION

ReOrder v1.0
by Riccardo Ferri

THIS IS AN FX!!
Insert in you host or else connect something "tempo synched" to the input

Reorder is an attempt to create a totally controllable Bram's SupaTrigga Plug-in.
I've added an alternative reverse mode (move rev forward of 1/2 slice)
In addition there's a Declick (on Bram's one there's something similar "always on") and a "decay" table.

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History

v 1.0
-first release


ToDoList:

- random pattern generator
- "swing" option

suggestions are more than welcome!
for contacts www.riccardoferri.net

UPDATE: CHanged name to R3order, there's already an ensemble called Reorder ;)

COMMENTS  (21)

Mike Fonte
9 years ago
It seems "alternate decay mode" might be causing the digital noise in my system. I turned it off in all my snapshots and it was working great.
Mike Fonte
9 years ago
This is an amazing FX. It's great for theme and variation. I've been trying to put two in the same ensemble, with poor results. Basically, after I saved and reloaded the second r3order's table data, everything seem to work. But quickly I noticed loud digital noise when I changed almost anything. I removed the R3orders and the digital noises were gone. Is there something else I might do to help 2 R3orders coexist in one ensemble? Thanks
Daniel Brunelle
11 years ago
i posted this as a forum thread too. im super new to all of this so i hope im not being rude or anything by asking you all this
Daniel Brunelle
11 years ago
Im a huge fan of r3order! I love it and use all the time live! Im sure you are busy but i have an idea for it and id was wondering if you could help me out Ive been using reaktor for a few months have really enjoyed the user library. Im a total newbie to building and mod-ing instruments though. I am inspired my moldover/C list's smart knob designs and id like to mod r3order to respond in a similiar way I want to use one knob, (in ableton, evolution uc33e) to turn the effect on and turn the sequence shift slightly (i can accomplish this using ableton's midimap facility) and, this is the important part, then to cycle through snapshots, possibly morphing them. i cant use one knob to send both CCs nd program changes so... The snapshot module seems to be designed to do just that but i have 2 problems. 1 I cant find the damn thing on my computer, it must have been an install error i assume. 2 i dont know where/how to hook it up and make it do what its supposed to do in r3order's structure. help a second question: Is it possible to use another knob to write as the sequencer plays in the graphic control panels. for those who use this instrument- can i use a knob instead of the mouse to make changes to the reverse/decay/slice windows live and improvisationaly?
Joseph Lindsey
11 years ago
Extremely useable...Thanks!
Lucas Owens
12 years ago
This is really great. Thanks so much. I've been looking for this exact thing.
Alessandro Gaudino
12 years ago
Grande riki!!!
riccardo ferri
12 years ago
To tomislav: it uses a delay buffer so if you ask him a slice before it has played it choose the latest played one. i suggest you putting the audio you want to be sliced also 1 measure before, no silences should be happen
riccardo ferri
12 years ago
to Nathaniel: you must be in play while you are saving a snapshot, it uses a midi clock to check for table changes so if you are in stop it doesn't check ;) i will change it on next release
Nathaniel Gosman
13 years ago
Excellent, Essential. I'm having a problem with the snapshots not recording the tabledata I'm writing tho. If I manually write new table data and append, the new snapshot does not record the new table data (although it does record all other non-table parameter changes). Strangely, if I randomize the snapshot and append, the new snapshot will records the new table data. Weird -- Please Advise.
ktnsft
13 years ago
very nice. can't wait to see more!
Delmas Yann
13 years ago
thank you very much : this is excellllentissimo !
Soarer
13 years ago
Very useful thanks. I made this 32 steps for a little more variation. I'm looking forward to see what more you'll come up with. Nice idea with the random pattern generator.
Matthew Judge
13 years ago
I'm having a lot of fun with this. Thanks! -Matt
Michael Polane
13 years ago
a big THANKS !
Bagnoud Hervé
13 years ago
So nice... thanks :-)
riccardo ferri
13 years ago
i did this ensemble long time ago but in another way and it used more than 10x CPU than now.. the "fastfx" ensemble helped me a lot to understand how to do it with just 1 Delay instead of an entire array :) More to come i've a lot of thing half way.. i'll release everything, i need just some more holiday time ;) @ phil: the sampler is just a portion of a sampler i'm working on, i'll upload when i'll be happy with that!!! ciao!
Der Einmeier
13 years ago
spectacular! awesome! fantastic! i was playin' with the idea to abuse a delay as some sort of 'buffer', looks like you did it already that way?
Dieter Zobel
13 years ago
danke
Phil Durrant
13 years ago
hey, this is good! i like the sampler as well. thanks for this.
Matthew Todman
13 years ago
RAD!
now