Polyphonic Blocks basic polysynth

A less cpu intensive test patch for polyphonic blocks idea.

(9 Votes)
0.32 (Updated 6 years ago)
August 21, 2016
Reaktor 6


A simple polysynth.
Standard oscillator + supersaw oscillator
Multimode filter
mono LFO + mono envelope
2x Polyphonic envelopes
Reverb & Delay

All the same notes and warnings apply as with my other polyblocks demo, so check that for details.

Please post any questions, bug reports, and cpu usage to comments, or to the forum at https://www.native-instruments.com/forum/threads/poly-blocks-maybe.308385/#post-1525542

Good luck!


Catman Dude
2 years ago
Colin, Nice work! Richer sound than Primary poly synths in general. I hope you will keep developing this concept.
Colin Brown
5 years ago
@Rory, this is a test for a polyphonic blocks system that is compatible with standard monophonic blocks. The blocks here with poly in the title bar are custom versions that only exist in this and the other related upload I posted. I haven't developed the idea further at this time because I felt it was overly complex to use with potential gotchas for builders and users alike.
rory webb
5 years ago
Where is the 'Poly Osc' ? I can't seem to find it in Blocks...
Alexander Noakes
5 years ago
hovers 38% Macbook Pro 2016, 2.7 GHz Intel Core i7, 16 GB 2133 MHz LPDDR3
Malte Klima
6 years ago
25% on iMac (27-inch, Late 2013) Core i7 4-Core (Haswell) 64 Bit, 3,5 GHz, 16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3
John Wise
6 years ago
Max 22.7% on i7 4790, 64GB, Apollo Twin Duo
Steffen Scholz
6 years ago
~30% on i7 4710MQ, Lenovo T440P
6 years ago
max 37.3 % on 6 core three years old pc 64 GB