Multivoice resonating tunned oscillators
-Added routable delta calculation (velocity of single LFO oscillators)
-Added Parametric EQ
-More routing modulation options
-added 2 routable monophonic LFOs
-added Polyphonic Ring Modulation
-pwm now controls wave symmetry of shapes different than pulse
-added cabinet and delay effects
Ensemble is set to 24 voices. Reduce if CPU suffers.
-added % and symm features in the LFOs
-new gui color scheme
-attention! 1.1 is using 40 voices. Reduce n of voices of the instruments if it kills your CPU, which is likely to happen if you don't have a fast computer...
-wider ranges in some parameters
-added FM for main oscillators
-added random deviation in LFOs
-added stereo randomization per oscillator
-a bunch of new presets
-ensemble is set to 24 voices. Reduce if CPU suffers.
PolyComb allows you to inject a series of tuned oscillators into a series of tuned resonators.
You can design the tuning for the oscillators and the resonators through 3 different strategies:
-predefined scales (chromatic, dorian, pentatonic....)
-user defined scales
then you can change intervals and fine-tuning of the tonal design, from tonal clusters to mozart-esque chords.
2 multi-voice transversal LFOS modulate several parameters.
LFO1 is fixed to amplitude of the main oscillators
LFO2 can be assigned to pitch and cutoff
A reverb is also featured, taken from somewhere in the UL... i'm sorry i can't find he author!
You can lower or raise the number of voices/oscillators of the instrument, for smaller or bigger tonal clusters, and also for CPU savings. I'm using this instrument with 48 voices in my computer wasting 50% cpu, with nice results for dense textures...
This ensemble is an evolution of my previous OCTAMOD: https://www.native-instruments.com/es/reaktor-community/reaktor-user-library/entry/show/8590/
Difference is in CPU efficiency and voice based oscillators number...