Kommunist Manifesto

Modular Monophonic Synthesizer with Percs

(4 Votes)
0.01 (Updated 2 years ago)
4.5MB
January 14, 2018
Reaktor 6
Blocks Patches

DESCRIPTION

*note* Turn off the Spectrometer display once you have dialled in the EQ in order to save CPU power.

Here we have some of the nicest sounding and looking user made Reaktor blocks. The oscillator, envelope, filter, LFO, delay and spectrometer/eq all work together to provide a very clean and practical instrument. The theme here is to utilize the beautiful blocks people have already made in order to build ensembles that are minimal, attractive and functional for techno producers.

I have done very little routing in the back end and hope that users will get creative here, routing the LFO and modulating parameters on the blocks and, additionally, adding other blocks to the ensemble itself.

COMMENTS  (5)

Jonathan Tremblay
2 years ago
Alrighty then, at least the attempt was made :) I eidn't think the cpu would be more..haha sorry.
Aaron Hemeon
2 years ago
John, I tried switching out the spectrometer for the Split-V and the scope but I found that I get better CPU rates with the original spectrometer setup, just by toggling the display on and off accordingly. Also, functionally, I find the spectrum interface much more useful for doing EQ work than I do a scope.
Jonathan Tremblay
2 years ago
In the latest upload of the Synite Blocks Collection here on the User Library.
Aaron Hemeon
2 years ago
I noticed that when I toggled the display on/off for the Spectrometer Plus, my CPU went from 50% to 25%. Where do I find the Split-5?
Jonathan Tremblay
2 years ago
Very interesting ensemble. While I do like Spectrometer Plus, I suggest using Split-5 instead, as it keeps the eq portion of Spectrometer plus, without the CPU drain of the Spectrometer, and the added benefit of modulation. From there you can use another more CPU effecient spectrometer, or scope instead.
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