intonaruMori 8 :: rantiQue osciLLator

A randomation of Brett's delightful(ly perverse) Antique Osc

(12 Votes)
Rick Scott
1.1 (Updated 1 year ago)
1.7MB
January 06, 2018
Reaktor 6

DESCRIPTION

v 1.1 :: Added coupla randomization controls and fine-tuned sound flow.

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#8 in me Intonarumori (noise machine) set: a randoMation of Brett's delightful(ly perverse) Antique Osc. (Thanks Brett for all your great work!)

Usage
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1. Use randoMize (in ranTique osciLLator) and raNd/reSet (in randoMation) to get things going.

2. Optional: Use auTo to get the monsTrum to randomize to a new setting every N seconds.

NOTE: The snapshots are stored in the ensemble (click on empty space to see).

COMMENTS  (10)

Brett
1 year ago
This was a pleasant surprise! First off, you're welcome, and I'm glad you like this oscillator. I am impressed with the sounds from this; I've never heard it played quite that way before. I need to do more with these automation devices, that is fantastic! Thanks for sharing, it's very inspiring.
Paule
1 year ago
Rick, there is a second version for you with more changes. See description please.
Paule
1 year ago
Rick, it's uploaded in Test Area and deleted if you catch it.
Greg Killmaster
1 year ago
Hi Rick, I'm not a programmer but was thinking if there was a granular control at the very end of the processing that could take in coming grains and change speed that way. I love what it does otherwise. Just off the top of my head.
Rick Scott
1 year ago
Paule, please upload your version, I'd love to try it out! :-)
Paule
1 year ago
My own version of intonarumori 8 has follwing changes: In Panel > new > randoMation > randoMation set all sPeed in the range of 0.2 - 0.8 and all aMt ranges to 0.1 - 0.4. The results are sometimes slowlier scenes. Try ens snap 006 or raNd randoMation and Antique OSC bank 004 SFX snap 009 Eccentric Buzz for a singing patch.
Rick Scott
1 year ago
I shall try Greysky out now, thank you Paule. :-)
Paule
1 year ago
It's like flying thru wet clouds. Rick, do you know Greysky patch by Brett Lavallee?
Rick Scott
1 year ago
Yes, slower, I agree. I'd also love the different randomizations to SOUND more different. I spend hours upon hours "tuning" (pronounced like in the movie Dark City: tyu-ning) this to try to eke out the most expressiveness it had to offer ... but so far have only got halfway there. If you (or anyone) has suggestions ... please share! :-)
Greg Killmaster
1 year ago
I love this! Not sure this would be feasible or if there is another way to achieve this already, but would be great if I get settings I like to be able to control the tempo/speed either through the clock or independantly? In other words keep everything as it is and just slow it down a lot!
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