Kontrol F1 Sequencer

(Maschine sequencer mod)

(3 Votes)
0.1 (Updated 4 years ago)
317.5kB
July 17, 2016
Reaktor 6

DESCRIPTION

The KONTROL F1 Sequencer is an 8-channel, 16-step trigger sequencer. Each channel has independent controls for the attributes DIVISION, DIRECTION, LENGTH, and START, making it easy to quickly create complex polyrhythmic patterns. The eight pattern slots allow you to store and recall patterns in their entirety. Patterns can be copied and pasted between slots by using the COPY and PASTE buttons. Additionally, the KONTROL F1 Sequencer features an Euclidean pattern generator that can be used to populate a channel with an algorithmically generated sequence. Although designed to be used in conjunction with the MASCHINE MK2 controller, all parameters are available in the software panel, allowing you to use the KONTROL F1 Sequencer without a MASCHINE MK2 controller.

To setup the KONTROL F1 Sequencer for use with your Traktor Kontrol F1 controller:

1. Launch the Native Instruments Controller Editor application, go to File > Open Configuration and open the "KONTROL F1 Sequencer.nckf1" template.

2. Switch your KORE 2 controller to MIDI mode by pressing [SHIFT] + [BROWSE] on the controller.

3. Open the Audio and MIDI Settings in REAKTOR and go to the MIDI tab. In the Inputs pane, set the "Traktor Kontrol F1 - Input" (OS X) / "Traktor Kontrol F1 - In" (Win) entry to "On". In the Outputs pane, set the "Traktor Kontrol F1 - Output" (OS X) / "Traktor Kontrol F1 - Out" (Win) entry to "On".

--> You can now use your Traktor Kontrol F1 controller to play and program the Kontrol F1 Sequencer in Blocks.

COMMENTS  (10)

Tomislav Brkic
2 years ago
I found a simple solution :) ... create your usual ensemble in plugin version of Reaktor ith F1 Sequencer ... then just turn on an standalone version of Reaktor, put an F1 Sequencer in it with a main clock ... and sync Ableton Live and Standalone Reaktor ... Both versions of F1 Sequencer will accept the input ... so u will have same pattern on both instances , but only the standalone version will send the midi out needed for the lights :)
Aaron Hemeon
2 years ago
This gentleman had some luck. Vague video. Haven't verified it yet.
jose luis borrachero
2 years ago
Same problem, cannot get it to work as a pluging inside ableton. Also installing the F1 driver on windows 10 has messed up all my midi controller setups.
Aaron Hemeon
3 years ago
I have lights in Ableton. It's screwy but maybe it might help someone think about our problem in a new way. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzdO_i83qYE
Aaron Hemeon
4 years ago
I started a forum on ableton's site: https://forum.ableton.com/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=223200 I hope we can all figure this out.
joseph perkins
4 years ago
I also would love to be able to use this with Ableton :)
Aaron Hemeon
4 years ago
Is there a way to open this question up to the help of the larger community. Not sure how to attract more attention on the forum. If I could get this running in Ableton I would be very happy.
sqrdevl d(o,O)b
4 years ago
actually, it may be linked to how you have you midi set for the f1 in ableton preferences menu
sqrdevl d(o,O)b
4 years ago
i haven't been able to figure out why it does this
Aaron Hemeon
4 years ago
Really nice work. Performs great when Reaktor is standalone. However, when I run Reaktor as a plug-in in Ableton, the lights on my F1 don't blink the sequence. Everything else seems to work fine. Any ideas? Thanks.
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