SteamPipe 2 reMix

remix of SteamPipe 2

(94 Votes)
Rick Scott
1.2 (Updated 14 years ago)
276.0kB
November 01, 2005
Reaktor 5 or lower

DESCRIPTION


a remix of the fabulous SteamPipe 2; helps you create near/far variants of the factory snapshots.

please read the usage instructions in the instrument popups.

enjoy!

rachMiel

COMMENTS  (12)

RON SCHERLER
10 years ago
hammer--
Michael Stocker
10 years ago
Love it! While your ensembles are all interesting, this one actually can create some mainstream sounds after randomization. Nice for a change...
Peter Bols
12 years ago
The most expressive and "alive" sounding ensemble in my collection right now. I can't stop writing medieval-esque tunes with this. Thanks for sharing.
Marcus Hobbs
13 years ago
Hi Rachmiel, You rock. I love this ensemble. I use it for all my guitars and flutes. Very expressive.
Dana Woodaman
14 years ago
rick - OK, easy enough to disable the buttons then. I know what you mean about that first snaphot in subharmoic - truly a beautiful thing. thanks again
Rick Scott
14 years ago
dana: thanks. to disable midi control of the snap and randoMize buttons, uncheck Activate MIDI In on the connections page of the buttons properties dialog boxes. i took a remix look at subharmonic a couple of weeks ago (i am in love with the first snapshot) ... i will have another look.
Dana Woodaman
14 years ago
This is another GREAT remix - but - how do I turn off the remix keys, in case I want to use those notes? Can make ya crazy if you forget..... Another thing - how about a remix of SubHarmonic?
Rick Scott
14 years ago
v1.1 is sexier: now you just sit back and press low c# (midi 37) until you find a good snapshot, then press low c (36) until you find a good remix.
Rick Scott
14 years ago
suggestions for changes/improvements are welcome. these remixes are for the community ... to help us all create unique, expressive, and personal sounds.
Rick Scott
14 years ago
steampipe remix was harder for me to make than carbon remix, because in order to preserve the character/beauty of the original steampipe, i had to be very selective in the additions and changes i made. subtle am/rm and delay seemed to work best. note that i removed steampipe's original reverb and substituted my new low-cpu (but flexible and decent sounding) reverb. the one thing i never liked about steampipe was the (in my opinion) exaggerated reverb, which made it sound like it was trying too hard.
Christian Bader
14 years ago
Thank you randomuch. I like your Carbon-Remix and most of your other ensembles!
Paule
14 years ago
Thank you dear rachmiel
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