TR-909x

advanced drumcomputer

(196 Votes)
2.0 (Updated 10 years ago)
5.0MB
August 07, 2008
Reaktor 5 or lower
Instrument Sequencer

DESCRIPTION

this is the further development of my old ab-99 drumcomputer. i built it already last year and decided to upload it now, just to let you know i'm still alive.

11 sample based drumsounds (BD, SD, LT, MT, HT, RS, CP,CH, OH, CC and RC), BD and SD with virtual analog sound generators or sampler modules, 2 lfos, effect sections for BD and SD with bit reduction, compressor and equalizer and last but not least a built-in sequencer unit.

there are no snaps or patterns in this ensemble so there's plenty of space for your own creativity ;-)

1st update: sampler modules for all channels, removed bass & snaredrum effects from menu and placed them on panel b. some graphical changes

COMMENTS  (35)

Lewi Glenis
8 months ago
It seems the samples are now missing from this ensemble? I get an error stating there are 12 external samples missing when loading into Reaktor 6.
Stanley King
3 years ago
Great job!!. Easy to use.
Lesly Remy
4 years ago
New to Reaktor so still learning a lot. With that said, I simply want to know if/how I can trigger these sounds via midi using Logic's built in keyboard or if I can export the entire pattern as a midi region? This is great build by the way. Thanks!
David Wagner
7 years ago
Love this intrument, however, I am very much struggling with using this with reaktor with multiple outputs in ableton 8. Can anyone walk me through how to do this?
Karel Skakal
7 years ago
WOW,This drum machine is really fantastic and it gets even better when you load in your samples!!, [dive deep inside to find sampler/stacked macro/sampler(s)]...I put in 10 samples per module, (xcept for HH,Rs,Cp) stretched to 1 octave = 120 + 7 to get more pitched percs, sounds..10+
Andreas Kleinwächter
7 years ago
this is a fun toy to play around with, congrats.
Simon Jarvis
7 years ago
excellent, even if the world already has too many 909's
Richard Bull
8 years ago
Simple and effective!Ive been waiting for something so elegant and usable for a shile. DOPE!
jose maria ortega medina
9 years ago
please,how load my own souns in these ensemble,if anyone can help me these is my email reaktor29@gmail.com thanks
christopher hicken
9 years ago
Nice one, thanks !!
cyril THIERCELIN
9 years ago
thanks a lot, very good job...
Tim Glenn
9 years ago
great ensemble. but how can you get the patterns to switch via midi? seems that its working at f#4 but only goes up to 7 not 8? also what does the link button do?
MarcoAntonio Spaventi
9 years ago
Just downloaded and played with it 2 seconds and I love it already :) nice one! M
Pascal KAMINSKI
9 years ago
very good job!
Marko Wunderlich
9 years ago
cool drummy, thx ;)
Stephan Becker
10 years ago
if you press copy, the actual sequence is automatially pasted at the sequence number chosen with the dest parameter.
Stephan Becker
10 years ago
to place your own samples, select "Sample" from the channel's sound source selector. a small square will appear beside the selector. this is the sampler module, double click on it to open the sample map editor.
Doug Hyde jr
10 years ago
Oh what fun! But how do you paste?
deane hughes
10 years ago
Nice work!
greg o'grady
10 years ago
Stephan, awesome machine. your ab-99 was always my favorite. it gets more use than my real jomox. i have a free drum grid sequencer that works well with these at: http://www.gradywerks.com/mpg64r/index.htm
Stephan Becker
10 years ago
Bernd, I think it is. Mathew, the bug is now fixed.
Stephan Becker
10 years ago
Bernd,
Georg Fries
10 years ago
Thanks VERY much, this is great! And Mr. Keil, if you want you can have a look at the gm-midi mapping for drums here: http://www.midistudio.com/Help/GMSpecs_PercMap.htm
Mathew Brock
10 years ago
Ugg, sorry for the repeat posts...
Mathew Brock
10 years ago
Stephan, when I'm in the lfo1 or lfo2 pages on the LCD, and try to change the waveform via the value knob, the LCD changes unexpectedly to the "Snare Drum FX Bit Depth" page.
Paule
10 years ago
Stephan is this General MIDI Standard?
Stephan Becker
10 years ago
you can also play this one without the built in sequencer. the drums are triggered on midi channel 10 c1=bd c#1=rs d#1=cp e1=sd f1=lt f#1=ch g1=mt g#1=ch2 a1=ht a#1=oh c#2=cc d#2=rc
Mark Mcdonald
10 years ago
Just what the doctor ordered. Thanks for sharing.
Phil Durrant
10 years ago
Don, did you programme in some patterns? you need to do that as well as the switch the Left and Right outputs are connected to Audio Out 1 and 2. the other instrument outputs are there if you want to use Reaktor as a plug-in with Multi-Outputs. they are not connected to the Audio Out,
Don Dailey
10 years ago
no sound. I notice all the instrument multipliers on the second level of structure are greyed out?? using v1.1 (yes I tried the "on" button.)
Phil Durrant
10 years ago
Kimmo, first of all change the Length knob from 16 to say 32... you will see the numbers in the display. then, change the Steps knob. 001 is the first bar, 002 is the second bar. you can have 4 bars, that is 64 steps.
Kimmo Kivelä
10 years ago
At first it looks simple-looking Roland beatbox with good sounds. User interface is good. Possibility to use own samples is very good! I havent yet figured out how to edit longer sequences.This is really good. 10.
Shai Levy
10 years ago
got it . . . :)
Shai Levy
10 years ago
this is a great machine with very original sound. i'm just missing something obviously -- i see the 'copy', where is the 'paste' ?
Phil Durrant
10 years ago
i was just wondering where you were ;-) this is really great! it is fun to programme, does not take up much space on the screen, nice range of Roland sounds (as well your own if you want), fantastic! btw, if you want to hear a sound, make sure the on switched is ON... something that i didn't do at first;-)
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