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#5 in the intonarumori set :-)

(36 Votes)
Rick Scott
1.1 (Updated 10 years ago)
73.9kB
September 01, 2009
Reaktor 5 or lower
Instrument Other

DESCRIPTION

happy little self-propelling and/or xy-pad-playable noise machine for your aural pleasure/pain.

enjoy. :-)

BEWARE of sudden extreme peaks in VOLUME!

COMMENTS  (17)

Joao Menezes
9 years ago
LOVE IT
Greg Bossert
9 years ago
thanks!
Peter Dines
10 years ago
This is a composition, not just an instrument. The music it produces sounds so composed.
ned Bouhalassa
10 years ago
GREAT SCOTT!! Again, a bullseye. Thanks Rach!
Simon Stockhausen
10 years ago
Yes Jonathan, this or that Stockhausen :) unfortunately I couldn't introduce my dad to Reaktor before he passed away but he's listening to us anyway...
Jonathan Loeb
10 years ago
SS: omg your dad is *that* Stockhausen?!? Then again, it makes sense that you would be here. :-)
jason pottorff
10 years ago
Place "Clapping" emoticon here. Nice work, Rick. I am using the hell outta this for production effects and sampled textures....or is it production textures and sampled effects? :)
the Borg
10 years ago
thanks rick amazing as usual ,its great to have simon stockhausen n richard devine taking part in the reaktor community ;)
Rick Scott
10 years ago
daniel: bombs away ... ! thanks. :-)
Rick Scott
10 years ago
doktor devine: thanks for the ongoing support, brother. :-)
Rick Scott
10 years ago
john: thanks! i'm here to serve. ;-)
Rick Scott
10 years ago
simon: mentioning me and hymnen in the same breath: wow! thanks. of course you know that your papa's (particularly early) music is a constant source of inspiration for me.
Rick Scott
10 years ago
thanks guys. :-) long / live / (compelling) / 'NOISE' !!!!!!!
DD'A
10 years ago
It's a bomb! thanks Rick and thanks Richard for the tip
Richard Devine
10 years ago
Rick, amazing as always. Richard Devine=)
Chris R Gibson
10 years ago
Wow, not sure there is any higher praise than Simon's remark, congratulations on that and as always thanks Rick for sharing :)
Simon Stockhausen
10 years ago
Great machine Rick! Actually it sounds like fragments of my father's piece HYMNEN which I'm performing/sound projecting on thursday in the Berlin philharmonic hall. So his spirit does live on in your creations!
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