Driftwood Arpeggiator

Complex arpeggiator

(102 Votes)
2.0 (Updated 12 years ago)
1.2MB
July 08, 2007
Reaktor 5 or lower
Instrument Sequencer

DESCRIPTION

A complex but fun arpeggiator, for those who like things going up and down and sideways. Combine with your favorite noise maker for hours of fun. Mouse-over the controls and buttons to get info on how to make it run.

(update to include the most recent version of the .ism file - the original upload had an older pre-release version in it)

COMMENTS  (24)

Marcel de Bie
7 years ago
This is great. Is there a way to load the arp into an insert slot on a Logic instrument channel strip so I can arpeggiate Kontakt or other synths.
james miller
8 years ago
I've only played with it a bit so far but this is the coolest arp ever imho. Simple yet very musically complex. The chord/inversion section is over the top!
sky 1
8 years ago
thank you mr. Clark)
Jeff Neiblum
9 years ago
I figured it out. I didn't have the MIDI input of the synth assigned to the arp. Works perfectly now!
Jeff Neiblum
9 years ago
I love the way it sounds with the pre-loaded Carbon 2 synth. The trouble is, I can't get it to trigger anything else. I even tried deleting the original Carbon 2 synth in the ensemble and inserting it back in. Driftwood then wouldn't connect to it. What am I doing wrong? Also, is there any documentation on this ensemble anywhere? Thanks, Jeff
Tim Shaw
10 years ago
heheeee this is great!! I love the fit feature. Instant spazzout!!
Eric Raymond
10 years ago
amazing, thanks!
erick medina
11 years ago
Vamos a ver si es bueno
josh hinden
11 years ago
GREAT STUFF!
Hans Rinnsbo
11 years ago
Put another log on the fire.
ula szczepanek
11 years ago
great stufff!!
courtin jean-paul
11 years ago
tres tres bon vraiment interessant j'adore !
John Loose
12 years ago
Excellent!!! I love this and will use it all the time. It's like having Mark Isham in a box! J
Georg Fries
12 years ago
really useful here too, thank you!
Mark Bonnington
12 years ago
Very nice. I like the Fit function; it's a useful feature that most sequencers neglect.
shawn gilbert
12 years ago
First of all,thanks for tha Amulet Of Wonder,as a Christian this is way cool to me :0)(i'm looking foward to the next christmas present you feel generous enough to share),but seriously thanks for ALL of your quirkycool ens's,and the serious one's...i'm a big fan.
Richard Figone
12 years ago
thank god. actually, thank you.
Drew Anderson
12 years ago
Wow James thank you oh so much! I've been searching high and low for an arp like this. You just made my week/month/year. If I knew other languages or modes of communications I would use those to thank you as well...
R Ben
12 years ago
All right, I will use DriftWood again even today, but I trust you explained that well. Then no problem should be anticipated. As an aside: In Ableton Live 6 I can even use DriftWood to trigger ANY of my INSTRUMENT TRACKS, and that without having to connect the Arpeg. to anything in Reaktor internally. This is possible due to Live 6's complex routing capabilities. Thanks again, this DriftWood Arp is definitely one of the best Uploads in Reaktor's history.
James Clark
12 years ago
Hi Roland, the behaviour in up/down IS different than just up, at least on my system. BUT! in up/down mode the turnaround notes (lowest and highest) are not repeated. This means that when you have more than 1 phase, the lowest note on the down cycle will actually be played at the start of the next phase (on the up swing). If the next phase has an octave transpose, for example, it will seem like the lowest note is not played on the down cycle. If you just press two or three keys, it may seem like the up/down is the same as the up, but its not really. Some arpeggiators double the turnaround notes because of this.
R Ben
12 years ago
Hello James, this beast is gorgeous. However, I have one issue here: Note Order "up/down" just does the same as "up". I guess it should go up AND DOWN. This behavior occurs when using DriftWood Arp within Live 6 but also when Reaktor is in Standalone Mode. Please help.
Paule
12 years ago
Thank you very very much, James.
Don Dailey
12 years ago
This is WAY cool. I have been waiting for this all my [Reaktor] life. Thanks!
Dieter Zobel
12 years ago
hase dankt vielmals
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