sineLab

lab for experimenting with sine chords, clusters, drones

(45 Votes)
Rick Scott
1.1 (Updated 10 years ago)
20.5kB
September 14, 2009
Reaktor 5 or lower
Instrument Other

DESCRIPTION

laboratory for experimenting with sine chords, clusters, and drones. use VOICES to change the number of notes in the sine cloud: 10, 20, 50, 100, etc.

please read the popup usage instructions for tips on how to 'play' sineLab. there's an xy pad (view B) that responds to left and right clicks, a set of 8 hotkeys, etc.

enjoy. :-)

COMMENTS  (17)

Kev Hopper
9 years ago
Very nice, Rick.
Leigh Hegg
9 years ago
Wow.
Richard Pree
9 years ago
Great instrument ! But is there any easy way to see the note value in Hertz ? Or maybe to set a Hertz range ?
Greg Bossert
9 years ago
thanks!
Jamie Maloney
10 years ago
I REALLY like this. I've heard a lot of sound generators, but this is oddly evocative. Thankyou very much!
Rick Scott
10 years ago
sebastian: dank dir. :-)
Sebastian Wolf
10 years ago
crazy tool
Rick Scott
10 years ago
nafabi: cool idea. i'll have to try this out ... :-)
Rick Scott
10 years ago
scott: :-) thanks.
Rick Scott
10 years ago
thomas: danke. it's (all) alive ... :-)
Rick Scott
10 years ago
ned: glad you like! nice to know you're still out there. :-)
Rick Scott
10 years ago
sehr geehrter herr doktor elektronikas leboz: vielen dank.
Benjamin Eigner
10 years ago
I changed the Sine Oscillator to various other things; saw/pulse + filter, AM/FM/RM sine networks, and white noise + combfilters among other things.. endless fun!
Scott Baker
10 years ago
this is a keeper! thanks heaps!
Thomas Schumacher
10 years ago
Beautiful, if there is pantheism, then it really shows in here (contradiction?).
ned Bouhalassa
10 years ago
I could listen to this one for hours. True ambient music. 10/10
Dieter Zobel
10 years ago
danke, herr doktor, das ist mal wieder schoen.
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