Kicks!

Kick Drum Sampler over 500 variations

(26 Votes)
1.1 (Updated 12 years ago)
1.4MB
October 01, 2008
Reaktor 5 or lower
Instrument Sampler

DESCRIPTION

Kick Drum Sampler over 500 variations

I split a series of my favorite kicks in to the 2 integral parts attack and bass... these can be combined in 572 different combinations from hard trance kicks to softer house kicks.

I have been doing this manually for years in battery this is far handier! :D

This is my first go at reaktor so if its broken in any way go easy !

COMMENTS  (9)

Bytechop
9 years ago
great tool, it is possible to load the map just one time and then share it with the 2 sampler modules?
Johan Brodd
11 years ago
It would be better for all if the samples where included inside the ensemble instead as now on the outside. No need to locate the individual files that is provided in a separate sample map. 2/5.
Nicholas Johnstone
11 years ago
Hello Phil, do you mind if I port this to VST with the SM platform? I guess mainly I'm asking if it's OK to use the samples. What I plan to do is make a similar plug that does the full kit like an 808. Thanks for this 8D I will send you the finished plug if you like
Christopher Soulos
12 years ago
Found the Map and it works ok. Same issue as Phil, can't save the Snaps except for levels.
Al Watson
12 years ago
got no sounds in it! :(
Phil Johnston
12 years ago
Im actually having problems with the snapshot thing... cant get the increment buttons to register in a snapshot. I can only save the volume knobs etc.
Phil Durrant
12 years ago
a nice upload, thanks for sharing :-) it is always a good idea to to include some snaps so that users can immediatley hear some different combinations. also, i don't think the instrument needs to be 4 voices, try changing the number of voices to 1 and you will save CPU. to clarify, i know Reaktor defaults to a 4 voice Instrument, when you insert it, but sometimes you only need 1 voice ;-)
Paule
12 years ago
A good start Phil. Thank you very much.
josh hinden
12 years ago
sounds interesting, thanks!
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