g'Litch 6: floballala

grainCloudDelay g'Litcher

(31 Votes)
Rick Scott
1.3 (Updated 11 years ago)
4.7MB
February 13, 2010
Reaktor 5 or lower
Instrument Sampler

DESCRIPTION

sixth in the g'Litch series, floballala uses an array of envelope followers, grainCloudDelays, feedback, and filters to extreme-g'litch audio.

you can run it in auto or manual mode. i prefer auto because i'm for the liberation of all beings, virtual and fleshly.

enjoy. :-)

COMMENTS  (14)

year zero
11 years ago
amazing work. thanks
Rick Scott
11 years ago
thanks, miroslav. :-)
Rick Scott
11 years ago
don: you're the first to mention this to me. but i've also run into some horrendous feedback loops, just not at turning off play. not sure what to do ... i have a limiter at the end, but 0 dB of feedback screeching is plenty nightmarish enough.
Miroslav HERMAN
11 years ago
Very nice! I like (and I have) all your ens. They make a real interest of Reaktor.
Don Dailey
11 years ago
Rick, I've been playing with different samples in this. One problem is a wicked feedback loop when I turn OFF play. Turning down controls doesn't remedy the problem, have to quit. Anybody else report this?
Paule
11 years ago
Thank you very much, Rick
Rick Scott
11 years ago
don: hi. :-) yeah, i'm a 100% wet kind of guy, but sometimes a teaser of dry works really nicely. thanks!
Rick Scott
11 years ago
francois: enjoy! :-)
Rick Scott
11 years ago
thanks, adam. :-)
Don Dailey
11 years ago
Randomizable wet/dry control is shear genius!
francois elie
11 years ago
the reaktor's legend is back...héhé thanks a lot for this ensemble that is great as usual .
Adam Hanley
11 years ago
My first impression is...wow. I just put some old sample I had lying around into it and it suddenly became awesome. The auto mode is really something. Nice work...time to take it apart!
Rick Scott
11 years ago
your smack is my command.
scott_free
11 years ago
smack my g'Litch up...might have to 12 step myself after this series. Thank you!
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