Clavoyant V6

Physically modeled clavinet with lots of control

(6 Votes)
1.4 (Updated 2 months ago)
13.6MB
July 15, 2022
Reaktor 6

DESCRIPTION

Clavoyant V6 is a Reaktor 6 emulation of a Clavinet D6. It is not sampled, but uses digital waveguide synthesis which allows for a lot of control, an unprecedented amount of expressivity and an extremely realistic sound all at the same time.

It features an in-built wah-wah pedal, a tube overdrive simulation and a phaser you can use to craft your sound. If the effects aren't the stuff you're looking for, you can use the DI signal instead and use external effects with it.

Have fun! Mvshmvsik, 2022

I would like to use this section to thank the researchers' work that have assisted me in the production of this instrument:

Alexander Strong
Kevin Karplus
Julius O. Smith
Leonardo Gabrielli
Vesa Valimaki
Balazs Bank
Henri Pettinen
Stefano Squartini
Stefan Bilbao

and the assets I have used/borrowed:

Detune macro made by Boscomac
DC filter made by Benjamin Poddig
XY to UV Prim macro by myself

COMMENTS  (7)

lilpil
2 months ago
(eko on the comment side chain)
lilpil
2 months ago
Great, the update sounds amazing. This really sings with the onboard fx! Thanks for sharing.
lilpil
2 months ago
Great, the update sounds amazing. This really sings with the onboard fx! Thanks for sharing.
u/marshmosaic
2 months ago
Thank you for your kind words, everyone. I’ve just recently made some new improvements to this ensemble such as making the controls feel more linear, adding more effects such as a phaser and overdrive and reskinning the out ports to make them more visible. I look forward to hearing some suggestions from you. Cheers, Mvsh
bindlestiff
2 months ago
Real stringy!
lilpil
2 months ago
One could overlook a simple Clavinet in this day and age, but this has a truly beautiful sound, with obvious care taken in the modeling, the thing that raises it beyond mere emulation or sample-player iteration. For the sound, this goes in the basic essentials kit at the very top of category.
u/marshmosaic
2 months ago
Plans: Scale the controls to make them feel more linear, suggested by Morganah.
now