I was very surprised to find this in the Core manual: "In the current version of REAKTOR Core the clock rates can be only lowered, not raised. Thus, oversampling is currently not possible" Is this really the case ? It would seem like a big oversight. Or maybe it's just referring to the provided resampling blocks ? I've seen some suggestions that oversampling should be possible using scoped buses, not sure how though ( I haven't had time to get familiar with those yet and it's been a few years since I last did some low level Reaktor work ). In software, creating 2x up/down sampling blocks with polyphase half band filters is really fairly easy ( I personally prefer IIR to FIR filters for these tasks ), I would have really hoped that you can do the same thing in Reaktor ? If you can do it, are there any examples in the Blocks that are not locked before oversampling occurs ? Or are the filters just not oversampled outside of Monark ? EDIT : After writing this I found some ADSR tutorials on oversampling in Reaktor 5 so I guess it is still possible. Though I'm curious whether it's easier now, and also why the manual is misleading this way. Also curious whether anyone has found some examples within the existing blocks.