Sniper

synthesizer with a lot of modulation options

(22 Votes)
1.1 (Updated 12 years ago)
107.9kB
June 15, 2007
Reaktor 5 or lower
Other Test Area

DESCRIPTION

i tried to build a synth with a good modulation matrix, but i have rather experience in synth-theory! this is why i put this one in the test are, so i hope i can improve this machine with your help - so please drop a line, if you have any suggestions!
the ensemble contains only 3 snaps, 'cause it's still in progress - anyway... hope you'll give it a chance!

COMMENTS  (7)

Joachim Schneider
12 years ago
thank you very much liam....yes, indeed - with random snapshots it tends to be a very "glitchy" instrument... *gg* but it's also possible to edit some "harmonic" sounding snaps, i will do so as quick as i can! :D further i followed phils advice to make the fx-section mono, now it's cpu-hunger is not so huge! the new revision is now with monophonic fx...
Liam Donaldson
12 years ago
I've uploaded several snapshot files to the Sounds part of the library. One of the 'glitchiest' synths I have ever used.
Liam Donaldson
12 years ago
Great sounds. The Randomize function in Snapshots works well with this synth. Thanks for your efforts.
Joachim Schneider
12 years ago
mhhh..... 2-pole filters do not sound as this combination of 2 serial 4-pole lp's! now i have a filter edge of 48 db/oktave....or do you mean 4 2-pole filtes? i'd guess, this'd be more cpu-intensive, is'nt it?
Phil Durrant
12 years ago
yes other filters such as 2-Pole ones.
Joachim Schneider
12 years ago
thanks phil! fx mono? sound good, i will try this out! indeed, the noise macros use a lot of cpu power... what would you suggest me to do? other filters?
Phil Durrant
12 years ago
i think there are some nice ideas here, but i notice it is a bit of a CPU hog. i suggest putting and Audio Voice Combiner in front of the FX and making the fx macro mono...this will save a lot of CPU. also, i think your noise macros on both oscillators are using loads of CPU because you have included 2 Pro-52 filters in each macro. maybe you could think of a less CPU intensive version here?
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