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sequenced repexter

drum breaker

(177 Votes)
5.3 (Updated 12 years ago)
412.7kB
January 03, 2006
Reaktor 5 or lower
Effect Other

DESCRIPTION

Repexter 5 made in core to save CPU Power!!!!

version 5.2 with a simple linear interpolation for a better soundperformance, and some bugfixes for intel and PC users.

version 5.3 back again with some sequencers

COMMENTS  (22)

Kisho Glunch
1 year ago
412.7kb? mannnnnnnnnnn , amazing toy !!!
John Stephenson
8 years ago
Linear interpolation is the simplest interpolation and works best for percussive audio. Low CPU but works better all good!
Sound Guy
12 years ago
Haven't actually used this version yet, but I'm LOVING that mp3 demo!!
Richard Figone
12 years ago
if i could vote again, i would, and you KNOW what i would vote... (snap saved tables! works from the beginning of load to the end of time! easy layout, and it WORKS. for some reason, this beats the crap out of the other versions in my opin.)
Richard Figone
12 years ago
MUCH better dude. thanks!
Phil Durrant
12 years ago
version 5x is very interesting :-)
Phil Durrant
14 years ago
this version (v4.1) seems to have some "mistakes". the instrument is not connected to audio in. also, quite a few of the micro loop buttons have not been assigned a MIDI note.
Richard Figone
14 years ago
anyway that someone can print some directions here. mainly ideas what to connect to it etc (machines in the library)... thanks.
Joachim Schneider
14 years ago
very nice one! würde gerne sowas ähnliches basteln, aber ich habe die konstruktion biher nicht recht durchschaut! kannst du mir da mal nen hint geben worauf der replexter effekt basiert? toxonic@toxonic.net
Dragan Jovanovic
14 years ago
Oh,...yes !!! I LOVE YU !!! Sowas hab ich gesucht. Genau wie dein Glitchodingsdabumsda ! DANKE !!! (Noch´n AUSRUFEZEICHEN ;o) Deh.Jot
Gary Ayres
14 years ago
Great gear - very intuitive and fun to use. I changed the colour though.... :-)
Patrick Frey
14 years ago
Absolut sexy!!
Urs Baumgartner
14 years ago
David, do these settings: set all Switches to Controll Fade out: 1 Soft: 0 Pitch 0 an turn the infint Button on. Then you get a never ending repeat.
David Kennedy
14 years ago
Ahh, never mind - you just set "Fade Out" to "Controll" and you can ride the loop fraction buttons until John Bonham comes home. Now I love this even more.
David Kennedy
14 years ago
BTW - there can be a horrific volume transient if you set the "Repexter size" to "Controll" and then hit one of the lower fractional values (anything under around 1/64), or hold one of the other values for a period of time over about 4-5 seconds. Is there any way to manage this other than "slap a limiter on it"? I love the fact that you can get however temporarily a cycling beat fragment - just wondering if there's any way to extend that over a longer duration.
David Kennedy
14 years ago
Ingenious ensemble. I can't help but feel Jeff Beck must have had access to something like this when he recorded "You Had It Coming" - thanks Urs, made my week.
Phil Durrant
14 years ago
this is a very nice upload...the sample player is also sweet. btw, for future versions a reverse function would be nice.
Urs Baumgartner
14 years ago
thanx for all your feedback, soon i'll make a new version with moore features.
Robin Schroder
14 years ago
Great news! I thought the Repexter section of your last ensemble was superb, so I can't wait to download this! ;-)
daniel battaglia
14 years ago
one more thing - for the pitch sequencer, i changed the range to +/- 24 for more drastic results, sounds pretty cool that way i think.
daniel battaglia
14 years ago
top notch, if not a bit hard to understand the controls. more tooltips would help, but we'll forgive you anyways cuz this thing is fantastic!
Michael Polane
14 years ago
thanx....really like the rtepexter it's hands on.
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