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Discussion in 'REAKTOR' started by spencerTron, Mar 30, 2008.
One more demo for Adlais, playing NanoWave as before, this time at 100bpm:
David, is there a way to download your music to listen offline? Again and again!
Sure; I used each of these online services successfully, before I found the download app I now use and like a lot (http://www.mediahuman.com/youtube-downloader/):
I'm flattered you should ask; thanks
Hello David. But is there a chance to get uncompressed high quality versions of your tracks. May you consider putting it out as an EP or album?
Some tracks are really, really good for eclectic selectors. I would to play it on a radio show we host in our local town, or in dj set.
Again, sure, and thanks for your interest; quite surprising to me! Anyway, I can put whatever you want up on Dropbox as WAV or AIFF files… just let me know, here or in a PM, or at dpcoffin at earthlink d net
Featuring Molekular and Orange Grains.
I used my 'Pekulular' snapshot bank in Molekular:
and Orange Grains:
Pekulular was modulated manually, Orange Grains snapshots were randomized.
My submission to the Ambient Online 'One Sample Dare #46'.
Hey, Jim…did you see this?
Yes, I saw your post in the U/L of this Orange Grains setup. The video is a mirror-image.
Here is the actual image from 'my' version:
Hey, I'm a long time lurker. Just thought I would introduce myself and share a track I am working on in Reaktor. All sequencers, synths and FX were built from the ground up. There is a very sparse drum part added on top, just a kick from the Electron RYTM and a couple of percussion parts from the MonoMachine, other wise 95% of the track is pure reaktor generative madness. The only thing automated is fading in the dry two bus from the patch and automating the level of my multi fx track a touch.
Here is a song completely made in Reaktor: https://www.native-instruments.com/de/reaktor-community/reaktor-user-library/entry/show/10665/
It does not have an intro, bridge or any of those parts. I just tried to do it completely inside the box.
The 7 last audios for this year are uploaded.
Called Magic Stories 1-7 like the Magic Stories 1-8 maps.
It's a collaboration between NI Reaktor and HGF The Tiger
This month's 'One Sample Dare' in Ambient Online features a sample from a brewery.
I took the obvious approach and made this using jiTTer-cHain and Kore 2 Deep Freq.
I think this gives new meaning to 'over the top'.
Is it Pilsener Urquell?
Jim, thanks for download button.
The Ambient Online poster lives in Seattle Washington, so I imagine it was a local brewery.
Checking his web site I think it is:
How sounds a skeleton playing sax?
A bit like the sound of one hand clapping. With no lungs or lips one would hear just valve clicks, so it might be called a percussive piece.
There are five more Magic Stories
Magic story 10 is really nice. Had some fun playing with the midi files today. That is really cool how you made them. Never imagined a multi-track midi analysis was possible, awesome!
Brett, it's no multi-track. The recognize prog is WIDI4. The result is put in a next prog called Ludwig 3.8. There comes out the midi files you got.
Ludwig is a pc-only program made by people they program chess software also. They said there are some paralles between the two. Basicly it's like band-in-a-box but ... http://www.komponieren.de/
Reaktor short stories: around 4 minutes each