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A Moody noisebox

(26 Votes)
1.1 (Updated 11 years ago)
556.0kB
January 31, 2009
Reaktor 5 or lower

DESCRIPTION

A Moody noisebox

This ensemble consists of the major instrument and effects. The instrument uses pulse and FM oscillators controlled by random signal generators to create the base sound. This sound is then modified by a layered granular module (whose record and play states are also controlled by random signal generators), a single breakpoint shaper and an optional comb filter.

The output is then passed through flanger/phaser and sync delay instruments (from factory). A Recorder is also included so you can sample the output. Snaps are stored by the ensemble

As this is a randomised noisebox I decided to go for a cryptic interface. Fiddle around, hit the random button or look at the structure if you actually want to know what's going on.

Note: because this uses a layered granular module there is a delay before some knob changes effect the sound.

As usual, all feedback is appreciated

Hope you Enjoy

Dataphiles

COMMENTS  (11)

Hugo Peterson
10 years ago
There was a strange spaceship in my back yard. The door was open so I hopped in for a fly, a bunch of seemingly random controls crashed my through the neighbors fence before taking me to a really wet planet. I had to battle marsh blobs before jumping into hyper splodge. Suddenly I woke up with a start realising I had gone to bed straight after a large dose of LSD and had dreamed I'd fallen into a Reaktor!!! Thanks I love it, now I don't have to record the bath tub :-)
Saul Galgut
11 years ago
WTF? ;)
David Waldman
11 years ago
*accelerates protons to the speed of bratwurst*
Saul Galgut
11 years ago
Hehe, probably but I reckon he's already had enough (well deserved) kudos for his work
David Waldman
11 years ago
Einstein's weeping in his casket right about now.
Saul Galgut
11 years ago
FYI..."WTF" > "MEH" That's got to be the best formula I've ever seen
Christopher Soulos
11 years ago
Definitely a WTF synth if ever i played one. V Cool
David Waldman
11 years ago
To clarify in a sentence using only 3-letter words: FYI..."WTF" > "MEH" any old day
Chris R Gibson
11 years ago
Wonderful, another great example of what makes Reaktor so unique...it's builders! Thanks, look forward to exploring the possibilities (can't ask for a better noise-nerd Friday night!) oh, and 'WTF; in the BEST sense of the term :)
Saul Galgut
11 years ago
Umm, you may have to be more specific ;) Just press play in reaktor/on your sequencer and it should start generating stuff
David Waldman
11 years ago
WTF?
now