Best Ensemble of 2003

Discussion in 'REAKTOR' started by John Nowak, Dec 29, 2003.

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  1. John Nowak

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    You must've misunderstood me, because what you said makes no sense. How are they the same?
     
  2. gmstudio99

    gmstudio99 Forum Member

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    Back to the topic for a moment, I'm probably in the minority, but I've been totally grooving on both the DoubleASQ1 and TablaTorium lately.

    MANY thanks to all the great developers!

    Paul
     
  3. lxl:::;xl::

    lxl:::;xl:: Forum Member

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    @john
    ah. ok, I misunderstood...

    yes they probably have some other versions of Reaktor at NI to make these files. As far as I know you need to use the source code to make a executable file.
    I would like to know if these standalone files are more cpu efficient then the reaktor ensemble..

    lx
     
  4. aip

    aip NI Product Owner

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    Slight side step -
    Janelle's project for tutorials is worth a round of praise, since it will surely help future Ensemble builders. Let's hope we see it in 2004!
    aip
     
  5. John Nowak

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    Eh I changed my mind. MF isn't so hot. Think I was just trying to be nice. Rick's work is much more amusing than this.
     
  6. Hogus

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    I vote for Rick Scott.

    Icepad was probably my favourite ensemble of 2003.

    I like the way it just isolates a specific type of sound. What's the point of making a Reaktor module if you're going to have to do hours of tweaking to get a patch to sound right anyway?

    Minimal Buttons -> Maximum Result. And it's randomization actually worked nicely.

    (I might have voted for his new distortion inspired unit, but that's a 2004 ens.)
     
  7. spoombung

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    I forgot about Rick's 'Trombonus Maximus' back in March 2003! That was a real ground breaking ensemble. It left big spaces and elongated space at a randomised whim... before JN's radical algorius things. Extraordinary!

    Plus there two weirdy sequence things - 'Megaclone' and 'Muchacho' (can't remember the authors)
     
  8. CList

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    Program Child's "Disco Talk II" wins for me.
    Hands down. No question.
    It's completely useless for making music, but I still load it up every once in a while when I need a laugh, and it never ceases to amuse me. It's brilliant.

    - CList
     
  9. CList

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    Ooops, wait a minute I think Disco Talk was 2002...
     
  10. weeklyhaircut

    weeklyhaircut NI Product Owner

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    thanks for the headz up on that one Chris, I haven't laughed this hard all week!

    wh
     
  11. breakaway

    breakaway NI Product Owner

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    I'm still delving into the User Library... but I am really impressed with Auto_Harmony.
     
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