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backwards engineering

Discussion in 'REAKTOR' started by sluggo, Jul 7, 2005.

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  1. sluggo

    sluggo NI Product Owner


    I'm waiting for my RS -> R5 upgrade, and I was thinking one nice way to learn R5 is to try some backwards engineering of existing ensembles. Is it possible to go through ensembles and see/learn how it was made, or are the ensembles protected somehow? Are there copyright issues with copying designs that other people have made? What about re-doing the R5 library ensembles... for example I would very much like to try and re-do Carbon because it has a particular sound that I very much like, and I'd like to work on a synth that I know I will want to use for my own music productions. If I could create variations of Carbon, that would be great (I think).

  2. sowari

    sowari Moderator Moderator

    it is possible to go through most ensembles and see/learn how it is made. some ensembles (like beatslicer2) seem to have "locked macros". in some ways some of the old user library .ens are easier to understand. someone like martin brinkmann is a good person to study.

    you can redo all R3 R4 and R5 library ensembles and user library
    .ens. however if you do that to Electronic Ins. Vol 1 and 2, you are breaking the licensing agreement.

    so doing variations of carbon for your own use is absolutely fine.

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