Ming Rodulator V 0.3

A Ring Modulation Synth, VERY distinctive, yet easy to program

(49 Votes)
1.2 (Updated 14 years ago)
December 05, 2004
Reaktor 5 or lower


The Ming Rodulator is an extremely powerful synth based anround Ring Modulation. Whilst very complicated and cool synthetic sounds are often created with it, the synth still remains relatively easy to learn.

Osc 1 + 2 are RM'd
Osc 3 + 4 are RM'd,

the output of the above is RM'd

then it gets spat through parrallel filters (think albino) and shoved through a generic delay.

Oh yeah, that happens twice ;)

As you can see, it is still work in progress. It is a CPU hog, let me know what you think!

To Do list:

Alternative mixing modes on Bank mixing
Fine tuning of Envelopes
More filter modes (ie all pass filters)
Non-Generic Delay, Chorus, Phaser and Flanger
Sync'd Pitch LFO's
Filter LFOs'
Amplitude LFO's

not much then!

The leads on the MP3 file were all created with the Ming Rodulator

Please, do give some feedback!


David Bowes
12 years ago
[ WARNING ] This is without a doubt a strong contender for worst upload in the reaktor library.It's Minging! Avoid at all costs.
Donovan Stringer
14 years ago
With the default sample rate so high, I'm not surprised it's a cpu eater. This ensemble could benefit greatly from a cleaned up interface (ie: scaled down in size)& simply applying controllers instead of constant values on the ring mods..
Phil Durrant
14 years ago
i really think you need to create some snaps for this. also the ability to control the amount of ring modulation would be nice.