Two of my favorite distortion pedals are the ProCo Rat (used by Nirvana, Radiohead, and endless other bands) and the Opamp Big Muff Pi (used by Smashing Pumpkins on Siamese Dream and Mellon Collie & the Infinite Sadness). They're both pretty simple pedals. Here are the circuits... ProCo Rat: "The design is based around the LM308 single op-amp. The distortion is produced using a variable gain circuit with diodes clipping the waveform. The distortion stage is followed by a tone filter and an output buffer stage that ends up with a tone control." https://www.electrosmash.com/proco-rat Opamp Big Muff Pi: http://www.pisotones.com/BigMuffPi/psst/BMP_versions.htm I've actually built both of these physically with soldering in the past few years from PCBs. But I don't have much education to help me understand how they electrically work enough to translate their circuits into Reaktor design. For an experienced Reaktor user would these be difficult to model? I'm willing to pay someone to do it for me as contract job. If it wouldn't be too hard, it's probably worth me just having someone who is experienced do it. If it's very simple though, maybe I could do it myself with a few pointers/tips/directions. Thoughts? Thanks.