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Future drums -Basic version minimal

sample drums

(82 Votes)
3.0 (Updated 11 years ago)
6.1MB
August 06, 2009
Reaktor 5 or lower
Instrument Sequencer

DESCRIPTION

simple sequencer + 9 tracks samples++++ randome +morfo samples combination

COMMENTS  (19)

Nestor Watson
7 years ago
great, thank you
Bill Ambrose
11 years ago
really refreshingly different. some strange quirks which add to the charm though. thanks, really useable.
Russell Irvine
11 years ago
Absolute belter, well done my old chum
Søren Nielsen
11 years ago
I love the sequenser part. I'm a big fan of sequensing and I took the liberty to release your sequenser from the small samplers and made som midi outs and sent it to some of my hardware synths. Sounds amazing!
Bytechop
11 years ago
yeah yeah yeah. i love it.
Sebastian Wolf
11 years ago
Fantastic Drum Maschine
Haris Custovic
11 years ago
fab! love the graphycs
a sds
11 years ago
amazing!! simply fantastic, as good as your previous release Ovbious Ekuacion... simply minimimalistic! PD: Paco... estos ensembles son la puta hostia!! donde has aprendido a hacer esto... no encuentro nada de documentacion al respecto... ayudame! Oye felicididades de verdad... son magnificos ensembles!
Ekuacion Castro
11 years ago
If it is possible to change the samples, they can be added from loops, samples, up to entire songs
mathieu mailloux
11 years ago
Super effective, simple but really well made. would like to change the samples is it possible. thx
Chris R Gibson
11 years ago
I absolutely LOVE it, have already spent many hours using this for tracks...thank you for sharing. A real accomplishment :)
Hanne Adam
11 years ago
heeey guy, you did a really good job!! what to say... I WILL use it of course!! greets
randy adams
11 years ago
Really nice and easy to use . Sounds great .Thank you
Pawel Kostrzewa
11 years ago
Great sounds but lack of mute and solo buttons. Anyway great groovebox, thanks
Ekuacion Castro
11 years ago
thanks for the comments to help improve my English is very bad, I will be brief, I am learning about Reaktor and I would learn more there are many concepts that do not understand but let me try to learn all the comments are meant as a lesson so thanks, is very simple in terms of functions with more features rolling land I forget that I am super rookie and , as a function p env not correct , the visual interface is great, I always encounter with tiny knobs and I unless I see a bullet but I promise to reduce the knobs for another update, a greeting to the entire community of Reaktor
Jason Filipchuk
11 years ago
very impressed. i agree the layout is a bit big, but i only say this because i KNOW i'm going to use this baby. well done. simple good quality sounds. it sounds GREAT on a large system. and stands out very well against a battery of drum machines. i stress again that any comments i have on size are only based on the fact that i AM going to use this for live music. well done.
Jonathan Style
11 years ago
I Love the interface graphics refreshingly different. However I would like to make some suggestions for organizing the interface controls. If you use a stack macro you can create tabbed pages to access the various controls instead of having scroll down the page. Larger graphics=more space= scrolling with the mouse. Having tabbed pages that can be triggered with a midi controller or mouse for when visual access is needed will reduce strain on this aspect of the instrument and tidy it up for easy of use interface and reduce the use of monitor space. Nice instrument.
Nathan Jonson
11 years ago
how do you get the p env to work?
Nathan Jonson
11 years ago
this is rad...i really dig the layout too...simple and the random sequence aspect is cool too for live performance to add a subtle element of change when programming something else out
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