Tutorial 1

Starting from the beginning ...

(10 Votes)
1.0 (Updated 15 years ago)
January 12, 2008
Reaktor 5 or lower


Modelling in Reaktor Core tutorial first part ensemble.
Progressing step by step, instrument by instrument, from a simple ramp oscillator to a still simple midi controlled ramp generator.
Can read the first part tutorial (in spanish) at : www.nonlinearinstruments.com


alex alarcon guillen
14 years ago
merci ignasi! ;) salutacions! a
Ignasi Alvarez Garriga
15 years ago
Yes please !!, when you have done your translation we can put it on the website. Thanks very much for your interest and please contact me at www.nonlinearinstruments.com
mike stacey
15 years ago
because of my interest in tutorials for reaktor, i'm working on a translation of this, mostly for myself, but for others if it is ok with Ignasi. i can't say it will come soon, but i do like to finish things i start.
Ignasi Alvarez Garriga
15 years ago
Ja ja ja !! read again the translation and makes me remmember the writting style of some japanese friends of mine :)
Ignasi Alvarez Garriga
15 years ago
I am sorry you are right that is my mistake to upload it here calling it "tutorial" but without the Tutorial, but I thought it could be interesting to share it here. I have no time enough to translate my site's tutorial, but there are some good translation tools on the web... just made a check with babelfish in altavista.com and got this: " Tutorial: Modeled in Reaktor5 Core - Introduction We will expose of progressive form the implementation in Reaktor5 of some techniques standard of integration of dynamic models, so that we reach the level of competition sufficient to be able to extend its application to anyone of the abundant recipe books of existing equations, transporting them of other contexts from engineering to the surroundings specialized for music that is Reaktor5. One is an approach to the synthesis of sound from digital models different from the classic elements of the sintetizador Moog: the digital circuitry of filters, surrounding ADSR, oscillating by tables of waves and all the habitual arsenal of components for sintetizadores, already sufficiently is explained in the tutorial of Native Instruments for Reaktor5 Core (whose reading and previous assimilation occur by supposed in this tutorial). We will begin by the simplest models (generating of incline, series of Fibonacci) that will serve to clarify us the basic concepts of the scheme of implementation in Reaktor5; soon we will develop an application with "direct" integration (model of ballistic parabola), and later will explore some classic chaotic systems (iterador quadratic, atractores of Lorenz and Rössler). As far as possible, we will try to be exposing the different models - or at least its basic structure - from pseudo-code; so that our inquiries, if they deserved it, are easily transportable to surroundings different from Reaktor5. Also we will recover the implementation of some additional chaotic models in the optimal surroundings of Csound, where our inquiry began before having the comforts of Reaktor5. The different ensembles from Reaktor5 that we will be constructing, have been proven in Reaktor5 to see. 5.12.009 in an Apple Mac Book Pro, reason why we will thank for any commentary on its compatibility in different versions. If it is not had a license of Native Instruments to Reaktor5, can be used the versions demo available in www.native-instruments.com/ The examples of Csound have been proven in the MacCsound compilation 1.3b4 of Matt Ingalls in the same Mac Book Pro. This and other versions of Csound can be unloaded freely in www.csounds.com " ... well, it's not Shakespeare english but may be you'll find it useful. (And do not forget that there is not a spanish language reaktor reference site...) Anyway, sorry again for this :(
Jo Oheim
15 years ago
As much as I like the idea of tutorials, what sense does this make without documentation? And since what is available on your site is Spanish only, why would you upload the ensemble here? As I don't speak (or read for that matter) Spanish, this doesn't help me at all. Pity...