REAKTOR RIDDLES

Discussion in 'REAKTOR' started by herw, Nov 10, 2015.

  1. herw

    herw NI Product Owner

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    I'm sorry to all readers, but i have problems on health reasons with my hip.
    I hope to be back again in a few weeks.
    ciao herw
     
  2. Paule

    Paule NI Product Owner

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    Get well, herw!
     
  3. Matt Berry

    Matt Berry New Member

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  4. Thala

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    please pick a official lfo bipolar block and have a look at the output.
    last time i checked it, it was -0,5 / +0,5 which feels absolutly odd ...
     
  5. Thala

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    back @ home:
     

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  6. herw

    herw NI Product Owner

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    ... but not the end of the world ;)
     
  7. Paule

    Paule NI Product Owner

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    He is back. How do you feel, herw?
     
  8. herw

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    thanks for asking. I am in ambulant rehab now for three weeks.
    I had to change one of my two hip TEPs. The op was very hard (five hours). Now i am restoring my muscles.

    I am a member of a new band (of old men ;) ). So i am planning projects with logic pro and komplete ultimate.
    I hope to be back in REAKTOR Riddles in summer (writing from Italy :)) and i hope to feel well finally. And i want to be back with my project modular x again after terrible two years.
    I am interested to look into project MS 20.
    My non published concept of modular x has a completely new approach. Would be nice if NI would publish shared tables finally (reading and writing and sharing in core and primary), but no one knows. :(
     
  9. Paule

    Paule NI Product Owner

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    Herw, just uploaded all redrawn Front Panel Patching.
    What is TEP?
     
  10. herw

    herw NI Product Owner

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    TEP
     
  11. Paule

    Paule NI Product Owner

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    Also eigentlich der Oberschenkelhals mit Kugelkopf.
    ~ aih oiuh ~
     
  12. Brett Lavallee

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    It's not a requirement to copy that approach, I think they just like the way that range works with A/B modulation. For example, if you have a knob set to 12 o'clock and apply A/B modulation to it, the LFO signal won't clip.

    But it's a personal call, anything between -1..1 is fine.

    Get well soon Herw, good luck with your new band.
     
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  13. herw

    herw NI Product Owner

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    greetings from Italy (Tuskany) :)

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    starting again :)
    ciao herw
     
  14. Oliver Dammann

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    ohhh ja, Sonne auf dem Bauch :)
    lass es Dir gut gehen!
    der norden hat grad wieder "shietwetter", DU verpasst hier nichts!
     
  15. herw

    herw NI Product Owner

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    9.4 Restarting after months or how to recognize a complex project

    Perhaps (like me) after several months you have the time to restart your project again. So it is very important, to have a workbook to get back again. I have thought about the last ensemble and want to modify a little bit. Before i show you the ensemble it is a good idea to think about the signal flow again:

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    You see, that it is a traditional subtractive synthesizer with three signal controlled oscillators (SCO), a signal controlled filter (SCF), a signal controlled amplifier (SCA) and an effect section. The special thing is, that SCO 1 and SCO 2 can control the pitch of SCO 3.
    The three oscillators signals are mixed and changed by a filter SCF.
    Finally you get a MIDI-gate controlled SCA section with a simple ADSR-generator and following effect section with chorus, delay and reverb.

    So the section SCO 3 is like this:

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    SCO 3 has five inputs of pitch control: a LFO, an ADSR, MIDI and SCO 1 and 2 for bell-effects.
    In opposite to our first diagram and ensemble i changed a little bit SCO 2 so that they are different in pitch controlling:

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    SCO 1 is controlled by a combination of LFO, ADSR and SCA. The ADSR-envelope generator controlls the output level of the LFO. So SCO 1 is controlled by an LFO signal and of course of the midi pitch.

    SCO 2 is controlled by two independent signals of a LFO and an envelope and MIDI picth again simular SCO 3:

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  16. herw

    herw NI Product Owner

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    The filter SCF gets a complex modulation section; i think you will understand after looking to SCO 1' and SCO 2's modulations:
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  17. herw

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    Perhaps i should remember: this chapter is about learning write and read core arrays. I want to use the project goom to show the possibilities. I am just constructing the final version of goom; i want make some riddles with this ensemble; so i show you, what i am doing for preparing this:

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    You see the several parts of structure diagrams in my last post. It's still a little bit chaotic but it will work :)
    Very helpful is that the core structures have the same basic elements:

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  18. Paule

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    herw, do you know what's about sowari? last seen in Dec 2016!
     
  19. herw

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  20. Paule

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    Thanks - I see he works in hardware (violin and modular)!