Making music with Reaktor, Live and in the Studio

Discussion in 'REAKTOR' started by spencerTron, Mar 30, 2008.

  1. Paule

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    Moshe, what is LoLove, please? A wild one! Thanks.
     
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    Lots of love
     
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    OK so here goes,

    This is my first post in the Reaktor section. I'm fairly new to making music with Virtual Instruments such as Reaktor, but I've really enjoyed the amazing variety of sounds available at your fingertips with these things. This was actually the first real song I created using Virtual instruments. My main instrument is Electric Guitar. I use Presonus Studio One as my DAW so there are some Studio One Virtual Instruments in this track along with several Reaktor instruments. I think I used 5 Different instances of Reaktor on this.



    Hopefully some will enjoy. Thanks in advance for listening.
     
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    015 No Control Force

    PataTouch series:

    Absynth, Albino, FM8, Reaktor Oderbruch and eXistenZ II oriental, Emscher, Alien Organ Elgarorn, Field Recording, Pianoteq, X-WoF-1 pro and The Tiger

    NI, Dieter Zobel, HG Fortune, Modartt, Herwig Krass, Paule, WGS samples, Daniel Kemp, LinPlug, Rob Papen

    https://archive.org/details/015NoControlForce
     
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    Do you share it in U/L?
     
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    an older version of it is in the UL, I believe you already have it ;)

    I did a major rebuild/bug fix/feature expansion and a release candidate is close. Still has an initialization bug that I haven't been able to track down (and at this point I've just learned to live with it, not sure I'll ever find whats causing it)
     
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    It's 3D Pulsar:
    Yes, I remember. Had to drive on 33.075 kHz. Because so much mods break the cpu.
    The last snap is slowlier in modding. So this can drive with 44.1
     
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    A fun little blocks patch playing with the concept of using a Ping-Pong-style gate and CV generator to create some interesting rhythms and modulation textures.

    In terms of Wave-Morph, the PONG is sending its X, Y, and ball speed to modulate the XYZ parameters of each instance of Wave-Morph. The gate values from PONG are then used to trigger each respective amplitude envelope.

     
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    I released an ambient album back in June. This tune in particular is what is because of Reaktor (Blocks).

    The entire album is made of layers of acoustic guitar performances and field recordings, built into ambient washes of sound.

    Enjoy!



    https://nathanieljohnson.bandcamp.com/
     
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    Hey Paule - so I spent most of yesterday afternoon listening to your work. I really dig it! Can you share any insights into your composition process? When you sit down to work on music, do you have preconceived idea of what you're going to do, or is this all improvisation? Just curious - you're obviously a super prolific writer!
     
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