A Tune Full o' Noize

Desert Wind Howler

(6 Votes)
CAL SCOTT
1 (Updated 3 years ago)
16.9MB
December 17, 2015
Reaktor 6

DESCRIPTION

The majestic desert of Noizea-Rex sprawled through the infinity of time , just to repeat back on itself.
T-Rex had calculated his infinite desert through the hyper-math of the future and created an unescabale holographic desert.. a labyrinth with no end. His technological masterpiece was a pardadox in ode of impossibility.

Within its dust bowls and dunes the winds carved the waveforms and the grains of sand granulized the air to produce exquisite sounds... with his sounds he drew his prey and roared with his ferocious laughter.

Features:
The Feast of Noizea-Rex begins with 5 LFO's
devouring the poor sample and hold
whilst being quantized into other dimension
a sudden propelling creates more tangents
then through the Poddig 5 way Vortex
after being Stuttered and layered.
Then its off to be crunched and gnawed by the 5 T-RexTuned Noize Oscillators
Logistic Chaos modifies the procedure for maximum gnarl grilling
Then in a huge bowl the whole feast is then served
up on the Grand Wave-Table of Distrotion
Several dashings of Reverb Sauce on top of each other
And Dual Tube array of Saturated wine to wash it all down.

Extra info:
70% cpu, gen mode and random, 100 presets
One highlight is how you can ride the Feedback Reverb setup with the automation.
the other3 channels in the mixer are also automatable for creating movements...
other modifiers to check out are the Logistic Chaos Speed control + the T-Rex Macro which is controlling all the FM and Pitch of the Noise Osc's

the OctoLFO block has been reduced to 5 LFO, the ensemble was running great with 7 but at a 90% cpu! its possible and not too much to scale it back up to 8. the structure is alerady set up for this and it will work and so will the snaps, (if trying just reveal the lfo6,7,8 panel buttons or swap out for the original OctoLfo block)

Thanks very much to Brett Lavallee's for the awesome 8 way OCTOlfo block, Poddig's Osc, Colugo's Stuuter, all the N.I. components and as ever to the fantastic EuroReakt Series by Hetrick.

COMMENTS  (11)

GG.G SakabeaT
3 years ago
i agree the block category need more sub category....
Brett
3 years ago
I see where you're coming from. I deleted a few uploads early on because they were polluting the blocks categories. It's strict but with good reason. Anyways, all that matters is that you keep sharing your creations. Your ensembles push boundaries that people need to know they can push!
CAL SCOTT
3 years ago
i dunno, i may create problems if i move the category, there was a strict statement from a moderator that everyone must conform to the Blocks Stucture. so regardless of how cool or how many rad block mods are within an instrument, the instruments themselves are way too mutated, meaning they may not be considered pure enough Blocks to be included by some . A Mutant or Alien Block sub category is needed. sorry to pollute the synth section!
CAL SCOTT
3 years ago
top stuff Brett! really like the sound of T-Rex approaching. The Assessing The Unnamed Planet is great aswell... love deep atmoshpheres and chaos swirling around. Its really awesome hearing these ensembles in action...cheers
Brett
3 years ago
https://soundcloud.com/bretts-backup-cloud/i-heard-the-rex
Brett
3 years ago
By the way, I also agree these should go in blocks patches category, only because it's pretty empty in there currently. Also, to follow is a link to the track I recorded; it's the T-rex walking towards me, but when it get's into view I realize it's a friendly, robotic T-rex with oscillator eyes, and satellite dish radio towers on its scales. I hope you like it, and thanks again for the great ensembles.
Brett
3 years ago
oh cool, I forgot about being able to lower the sample rate. It works good now.. it actually sounds really cool. The t-rex, automator panel, and trees look awesome too.
GG.G SakabeaT
3 years ago
plz put your block ens in the block category...you are "poluting" the synthesizer category with all those blocks,,,, tia
CAL SCOTT
3 years ago
... or use it as a lofi howler at 33075Hz
CAL SCOTT
3 years ago
sorry about that Brett, you could try taking out the the 5th osc row and even the scope without it changing much...for sure its a cool lfo, i'll try another lighter patch using it in the future
Brett
3 years ago
I need a better CPU for this one.. really glad you like the LFO though.
now