Shepard-Risset Generator

Shepard-Risset Tone Generator with Virtual Analog, Wavetable and Granular Oscilators with FM

(51 Votes)
1.1 (Updated 9 years ago)
2.1MB
February 25, 2011
Reaktor 5 or lower

DESCRIPTION

Shepard-Risset Tone Generator with Virtual Analog, Wavetable and Granular Oscilators with FM

Based on Risset Modulator v1.1
By Jan Gabler

https://co.native-instruments.com/index.php?id=userlibrary&type=0&ulbr=1&plview=detail&patchid=7912

Thanks for his great upload.

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COMMENTS  (17)

Jeremy Young
1 year ago
hmm guess theres no way to make it output in stereo
James Dishman
2 years ago
this is missing samples when i load it. how do i use it. ?
James Dishman
2 years ago
this is missing samples when i load it. how do i use it. ?
Thom B
3 years ago
Oh Yeah ! 8DIO selling Shepard Tones and good Thread on VI-C Forum. Just downloaded and really hoping it can work properly on current Reaktor 6 ! So many very talented creators here (including Mssr Gabler) and trust someone will enhance this with Update ??
Robert Bryant
3 years ago
upon loading in Reaktor 6 it reports 72 missing samples. Clicking through the requestors (cancel) and it works. Any ideas on how to clean this up?
Jeremy Young
4 years ago
very cool but how do you split the sound
Jeremy Young
5 years ago
Very nice
Bálint Baráth
7 years ago
thanks, that's fantastic!!!!!!
Peter Andreas
8 years ago
CONSISTENZA
Jan Heinke
8 years ago
wahnsinn!!! what a great toy, thanks a lot.
Jaime Velasco
9 years ago
Ops, I meant Eduardo.
Jaime Velasco
9 years ago
Add a granular reverb and you are on for a trip to an infinite cosmos of awesomeness (and I'm not even stoned). Thank you very much Jan!!!!
Alejandro Lopez
9 years ago
Muchísimas gracias
gentleclockdivider .
9 years ago
I was looking at the wavetable osc , and wonder how you got the tablemap inside the audiotable . Care to explain ,can't seem to figure it out from the manual
Paule
9 years ago
Muchas gracias
Kim Joris Boström
9 years ago
Beautiful! I espacially like the "Quantize" function which gives very pleasant and interesting results
gentleclockdivider .
9 years ago
verry nice
now