NoteSnap RB

Switch Snapshots using MIDI Notes

(4 Votes)
1.0 (Updated 2 years ago)
July 09, 2017
Reaktor 6


Same as NoteSnap, but with a Reaktor Blocks look-and-feel.
This version does not appear to receive the event-loop error, as noticed in the original NoteSnap.
File size is a little larger, but it's prettier.

Using Reaktor Blocks' Trig In, notes can be used to switch snapshots. As Trig In has 6 Gates, this module can act on 6 snapshots at a time. Use Snapshot Range to select snapshots with an Id between 1-6, 7-12, 13-18.

Enjoy :)

2 years ago
Glad to help, GK. I hope it proves useful, JV. It's just nice to give something back to the community. I've learned a lot from the forums, and some of the user libraries.
Jyrki Väisänen
2 years ago
This looks like a very useful block, thank you!
Greg Killmaster
2 years ago
Thank you...
2 years ago
Hi GK. You just need to add a Trig In to the existing ensemble and connect the Gates to NoteSnap. The Trig In utility gates have notes assigned to them, which you can change. Then, in your host application (or external MIDI instrument), play a note that corresponds to a note on the Trig In. It will switch to a ensemble Snapshot. G1 = Snapshot 1, G2 = Snapshot 2, etc.
Greg Killmaster
2 years ago
I could really use this, thank you! For us non builders, how do you hook it up to existing ensembles please?