rb macros 5a oscillators

Reaktor Builders Macros Set 5 Part 'a'

(30 Votes)
arachnaut
3.2 (Updated 7 years ago)
2.6MB
February 12, 2010
Reaktor 5 or lower

DESCRIPTION

This is a part of a set of macro packages in the Reaktor Builders series.

This set includes a variety of oscillators. This is the first set (part a) of a series of packages. Part 'b' features advanced oscillators and part 'c' may feature sampler oscillators. Part 'c' has not been started yet.

The macros are accompanied by an ensemble which may be used to audition the macros.

Each oscillator has a few snaps set up to show it's major features.

This evaluator ensemble is quite a bit more elaborate than previous versions of this series so please examine the layout on the A view to understand how to set up the test gear.

All Reaktor users are invited to participate in the development of this series. Join us in discussion threads in the on-line 'Building With Reaktor' Forum.

Version 3.0 updates the evaluator so that each macro's CPU is better reflected.

All scopes are off and snap-isolated as well as the FFT analyzer in the noise macro.

If you turn all the scopes on you will suffer CPU overload.

ver 3.1: update new scope in Metamusic osc.

ver 3.2: tiny update in Metamusic osc (clock input)

COMMENTS  (10)

Ariel Kenan
6 years ago
rb macros are so effing useful.
Michael Novak
7 years ago
stunning and much appreciated
arachnaut
7 years ago
Version 3.2 change: I didn't realize that the Metamusical osc Sync input was a Core clock, so the input value is not use. So I took out the Sync control knob.
Thomas Medes
7 years ago
thankyoouuuu!
arachnaut
7 years ago
Version 3 has a vastly better evaluator. Everything is switched off and on as needed, so CPU is much better controlled. Minor changes to the oscillators - they all have identical scopes now, and the scope is also included as a macro.
Don Dailey
7 years ago
the Jiminator ... keepin' it alive! nice!!
arachnaut
7 years ago
Thanks, rick! That fixed the problem!
rick scott
7 years ago
btw, if you want to get rid of some files in a UL entry, create a new zip with the desired file(s), give it a different name than the last zip file you uploaded (make sure the first few characters are different), then Update the file.
rick scott
7 years ago
thanks, jim, for continuing this excellent series of macro compilations. :-)
arachnaut
7 years ago
Please use the rb_osc_a_v13.ens in this package. Ignore the rest.
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