pro-5r

The raw one - weird sounds

(12 Votes)
Paule
1.3 (Updated 1 year ago)
1.4MB
February 09, 2018
Reaktor 6

DESCRIPTION

The raw one - weird sounds

<always start the clock> for using MIDI sync in standalone

The classic Prophet-5, digitally remastered by Native Instruments.
Programmable polyphonic synthesizer with two oscillators, noise source, lowpass filter and two 4 stage envelope generators per voice.
NI, 1998

View A and B are very different

Thanks for sound designing:
Stephan Becker, David Coffin, Philippe Loiseau, Jonathan Tremblay, Cal Scott.
Special thanks to Donald Philipps, Dietrich Pank, Noel Burgess and the NI Team.

For details look at properties info


There is a bug in the system since Reaktor 5:
No different sizes on Event Tables in View A and B.

1.3
Bradley you're right -
I set the delay in monophone mode and give you an additional tweaked bank

COMMENTS  (15)

Juan Andrés Muñoz Fortoul
6 months ago
Nice !
Paule
1 year ago
Vince, I own Pro-53. So there is no need to double it in Reaktor. I need the raw one (5r). If you are or become a builder take this and create a Pro-53. Good luck!
vince robert
1 year ago
Sadly with the same setting than Pro-53, that s not sound like Pro-53.
Simon Robinson
1 year ago
Really great work, thanks Paule! Lively, punchy sound and not too heavy on my old CPU.
Bradley Gray
1 year ago
The delay effect only sounds for one of the voices. Not sure why but probably related to your voice combiners being after your delays instead of before - delays and other effects should usually be after VC unless you are doing stuff like modulating them with pitch and poly LFOs etc. Also Unison mode keeps jumping up a tone when key is released.
Brett
1 year ago
Sounds good Paule, thanks.
Paule
1 year ago
And the Delay fx is on relative tuning good for flanging, chorus and at least delay. A fake reverb comes with the Release switch and a moderate tuning on Release controller. How I miss a delay in the late Reaktor versions of Prophets.
David Coffin
1 year ago
I liked 036 and the latest version because both seemed to react best to changes in the tunings, of all I tried—not in how the keys tune between themselves (maybe that's not what these were ever about?), but in how multiple tuned layers and layered voices can interact when played together. There's some really interesting beatings and pitch phasings available in there!
Paule
1 year ago
As I describe beside: it's based from the actual Legacy Library. Have a look in R3 instruments vintage: Prophet. It's there without Delay, EnvTrigger etcpp. You know I don't build in core.
Colin Brown
1 year ago
Cool. Any reason you didn't upgrade the oscillators and filters to use more up to date library components?
Jonathan Tremblay
1 year ago
just realized some of my snaps don't work with the newer version, but hey those that work got a nice twist to their timbre that I can only say is unique to the development ;)
Jonathan Tremblay
1 year ago
Great communal collaboratory upload :D
Moshe Banano
1 year ago
love the sound as well the CPU usage of this...
Philippe Loiseau
1 year ago
here it is !
Greg Killmaster
1 year ago
This thing sounds amazing! Thank you!
now