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NEW! v2 - polyphonic sample de/re-interpreter

(91 Votes)
Rick Scott
2.2 (Updated 14 years ago)
8.3MB
September 30, 2007
Reaktor 5 or lower
Instrument Sampler

DESCRIPTION


load sample(s) and grab snap and randomize.

the results are very abstrakt: stockhausen not squarepusher. :-)

v2 supports 2+-sample sample maps.

make sure to read popup (sample display) for how to create sample maps!

i've posted lots of these freeform sample engines. what separates this from the pack is its polyphony: the sampler and most modifiers are fully polphyonic, so by increasing the number of instrument voices you dramatically increase the complexity of the music (and, alas, the cpu load).

COMMENTS  (22)

Andrea Angiolelli
12 years ago
just love it
Simon Stockhausen
13 years ago
This mashine is really sick! Just loaded some innocent bird samples and wooooweeeeee - even my cats outside the studiodoors heard that one - they have now hidden under the bed. Thank's for sharing this great ensemble!
Clifton Cameron
14 years ago
Absolutely Amazing. Thank you for this excellent tool.
Ned Bouhalassa
14 years ago
It's ALIVE I tell youse, it's freakin' ALIIIIIIIIIVE!!! Love it - comme d'habitude. Thanks, R-man.
Thomas Watson
14 years ago
Fantastic source of unique samples!! Echt gut meine furer ;)
Phil Durrant
14 years ago
www.rachmiel.org/jitter-trio.zip "neue Kompliziertheit" is alive and kicking in Rochester :-)
Don Dailey
14 years ago
This is one beautifully elegant machine!
Donovan Stringer
14 years ago
Oh, don't you worry, buddy.. lol. I'd love to have some sort of semi-random sample scanner, but using a select controller will harm the existing pitch functionality, no? Maybe a toggling option. There are many things I would like to modify here. Whether the talent to do so is present is the real question, but regardless, this is your Glory, so by all means, please bask in it with happiness. Cheers, Sickle
Rick Scott
14 years ago
chris, i'll check that problem out.
Rick Scott
14 years ago
sickle, thanks friend. i'm terrified what you come up with using this. ;-)
Rick Scott
14 years ago
phil, i'm thinking about your suggestion. here's a trio (beware, gobbles cpu!) : www.rachmiel.org/jitter-trio.zip i'll also work up a version that jumps between samples in a map.
Chris R Gibson
14 years ago
btw, files exceeding 4 minutes (approximately) do not seem to allow 'ranging' (cursor/file stays at file beginning despite all other paremeter settings that otherwise work to 'range'), a buit-in parameter limit?
Chris R Gibson
14 years ago
Alright, 101 processed files later...it's a bonified winner! I love the individual controls (allowing Fibonacci number playtime) while also opening up very playable live composition options (once you learn which ones won't 'glitch' if you don't want it...which sometimes you might ala Christopher Willits). I already said it would be a good day when this appeared, premonition confirmed!!!
Phil Durrant
14 years ago
nice upload :-) is there any reason that you have kept this to a single sample? changing between samples might be interesting, no?
Donovan Stringer
14 years ago
This is the most impressive thing I've seen you create this year. very, VERY cool device, and it WILL have use here, no questions asked.. Cheers rick! Bravo, D
Rick Scott
14 years ago
values change internally.
Rick Scott
14 years ago
thanks guys!
arachnaut
14 years ago
Sorry, I thought the data values would change.
Chris R Gibson
14 years ago
Jim, check your 'B' view...I count 22 'randomizers', each with their own 'auto'!. Even in 'A' view you have 'rNd/auTo' for Master/Globals. Lots of 'help' in 'info' view mode too.
arachnaut
14 years ago
Did you forget the randomizer or am I missing it? I don't get randomizer function. I can get 35 voices before my machine quakes.
jason pottorff
14 years ago
Thanks, Rach. Your machines are always useful, creative, and unique. peace
Chris R Gibson
14 years ago
I always know it's going to be a good day when there is a new Rick Scott ensemble. Thanks, and keep on 'rach'n' ;-)
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