Midi Reich

Instant Steve Reich like MIDI sequencer

(5 Votes)
1.0a (Updated 2 months ago)
1.6MB
September 27, 2018
Reaktor 6
Instrument Sequencer

DESCRIPTION

Inspired by the Instant Reich Max/MSP patch by Dan Reid, Midi Reich is a dual channel MIDI sequencer that creates sequences in the flavour of minimal composer.
There are two blocks of three sequencers that you can activate or deactivate. Each time the sequence bores you, just press NewSeq. You can also change the length of individual sequences and the phase (delay).
Please, don't hesitate to give feedback.

COMMENTS  (7)

wilfried thierry
1 month ago
Hi Ryan, On the MIDI Track with MIDI Reich you don't have to do anything. Just choose your MIDI channels in MIDI Reich. On the tracks with your VSTi, select MIDI From (The name of your track with MIDI Reich, for example 1-MIDI), don't forget to select Monitor In for this track, if you leave it to Auto you won't hear anything. Hope it helps.
Ryan McCann
2 months ago
Hiya, can't wait to use this but having trouble routing midi into Ableton VST, can anyone explain? Many thanks!
wilfried thierry
2 months ago
Thanks for the video ! That sounds great ! Didn't tried low tempo !
Bob Swans
2 months ago
Love this, I posted a quick demo of it to Youtube, I routed Midi Reich to my Prophet 12. Thanks for the sequencer :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TkRvO_sgOww
Giorgio Inzaghi
2 months ago
Thanks.
wilfried thierry
2 months ago
Thanks for your feedback. You're right about the key selector, I added this on the Max/MSP patch from Dan Reid. I'll add this feature. The way I did the ensemble, it may me hard to add a microtonal feature. I'm not used to Reaktor, it's quite hard for me to do optimized patch as with Max/MSP. But I'll see if I can find a way.
Giorgio Inzaghi
2 months ago
Thanks. Very interesting and useful. What about a Key selector and maybe a microtonal control/selector?
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