Buddha_Bento_Osk

Reinvention of the Bento Box Oscillator

(9 Votes)
Alan Miles
V1.1 (Updated 1 year ago)
6.9MB
May 08, 2020
Reaktor 6

DESCRIPTION

A personal reinvention of the Bento Box Oscillator. I wanted to learn and explore Core a little more, and the creation of a Block. So I reverse engineered the brilliant Bento Box Oscillator (much respect to original designers) to teach myself something, embedded a dedicated VCA, ADSR and personal panel designs. There are two versions in the zip file (Separate Instruments and ensemble with Osc Sync and FM example Snapshots), a basic Buddha_Bento_Osk with a VCA and the second version has the additional Amp ADSR. Great for Osc Sync and FM Synthesis. Archived here purely for myself (and any Reaktor users here). Interestingly, it is 'Vesak' day today (May 7th) which commemorates the birth, enlightenment (Buddhahood), and death (Parinirvāna) of Gautama Buddha.

COMMENTS  (11)

Alan Miles
1 year ago
Hi Dino, it doesn’t need Rounds Reverb to play, I used it as an addition effect to the ensemble. The Buddha Bento Osk can be used as a separate block with any reverb or any block in an ensemble.
Dino Campanella
1 year ago
Hi Alan - Do I need rounds reverb in order to play? It's blacked on my interface after downloading Buddha. Thanks...
Alan Miles
1 year ago
Thanks Chris, I appreciate the comments!
Chris Barker
1 year ago
Sounds beautiful too.
Chris Barker
1 year ago
Sounds EVIL! Absolutely love it.
Alan Miles
1 year ago
Thanks Sammy, much appreciated!
sammy wightman
1 year ago
Really nice Alan
Alan Miles
1 year ago
Thanks Phil, much appreciated! It looks bright and sounds dark.
Phil Price
1 year ago
Holy mother of Bob.. this sounds nasty (in a good way). Looks garish but who cares it sounds awesome.
Alan Miles
1 year ago
Thanks Tony, much appreciated. Osc Sync and FM Synthesis are excellent aren’t they! The Bento Box is a brilliant unit.
Tony Nekrews
1 year ago
Man, this sounds GOOD. Thanks Alan
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