Subtractor

Another version

(69 Votes)
1.0 (Updated 11 years ago)
410.3kB
June 08, 2009
Reaktor 5 or lower

DESCRIPTION

Just to help you with phase offset modulation.

COMMENTS  (21)

Ingo Juterzenka
8 years ago
Thanks Stephan
Jesse Allen
9 years ago
Stephan V. your synth's are my favorite on the Reaktor forums...your work is beyond amazing.
William French
10 years ago
Mwaaah ha ha haaaahhH!!! I must have all of the SV collection!!!
Molec
10 years ago
Fun
Bradley Gray
10 years ago
I take it back about self oscillation - Subtractor doesn't do it quite. It almost gets there though. The resonance is very ringy and precise, whilst yours isn't. I still say it'd be nice to see a filter which is truer to the original.
Bradley Gray
10 years ago
Its great, and I love the idea of emulating a few Reason modules in Reaktor. However, the filter isn't the same. I didn't do a side-by-side comparison however just playing with filter2, the resonance is completely off - Subtractor's resonance is much more present even at low frequencies. Yours just seems to roll off and disappear. I suspect it isn't capable of self-resonating?
Mark Bonnington
11 years ago
There seems to be a bit of an oddity in the delay values. They run from 0 to 9, skipping the value of 4.
michael huckaby
11 years ago
a wonderful achievement....
plauto camargo
11 years ago
Another version - Thor would be a great idea! Thanks.
Sebastian Wolf
11 years ago
Thanks for this wonderful Subtraktor emulation
Jason Bundy
11 years ago
Stand corrected - had to reinstall Reaktor due to tech difficulties. Wonderful Subtractor emulation...
Jason Bundy
11 years ago
Thanks for this! However I am unable to change the polyphony on the Mac version.
Mark McDonald
11 years ago
Thor is mighty but this is great. Thank you.
jamie wilson
11 years ago
Sounds incredible! Thankyou
GG.G SakabeaT
11 years ago
stephan you just are GENIUS!!!!
Christopher Soulos
11 years ago
Phat
Stephan Becker
11 years ago
the problem with malström is to emulate its kind of synthesis. i tried it with a pitch former module, but it sounds not very close to the original. another approach would be using a sample lookup module, but due to the fact that the original malström waves don't have the same length and are not all looped the same way this would be a very huge amount of work... but nevertheless i'm still trying
David Waldman
11 years ago
Ditto what Bertrand said...my favorite is Malstrom.
Bertrand Antolin
11 years ago
It'll be more fun to have ALL Reason instruments inside Reaktor :)
Declan Purcell
11 years ago
Both versions are great!! You Guys!!!.... here's another vote for maelstrom ;) and thor- BTW- thanks Steven for sharing all of your great ens. with us - pure genius!!!
Bertrand Antolin
11 years ago
I prefer your version Stephan :) Maybe Thor will be next ?
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