PROCESSORZ°

Smash n' remix anything in your Blocks !

(35 Votes)
1.1 (Updated 3 months ago)
11.3MB
March 27, 2017
Reaktor 6
Blocks User Blocks

DESCRIPTION


PROCESSORZ° is a cool combination of 25 colorful effects which can be played in real time like an instruments via a Midi keyboard.
Taken from SUBSTANZ° Groove Sampler, PROCESSORZ° is a classic remix concept transposed here in the Blocks framework.

Remix, smash and twist your tracks in real time. Add glitch movements and make your mix scream.
All effects can be launch instantly or in locked position.
Each effects have 2 basics calibrated parameters which can be controled via the A/B modulations from any devices or sources available inside your block.
To get a bonus of expressivity, this modulation events can be turned on and off via MIDI, the same way you press on effects buttons.
PROCESSORZ° can be plugged to 4 differents stereo sources inside your block. The effect dose of each tracks can be parameter with the 4 sends control knobs.
It also works pretty well as a plugin effect inside your DAW (Ableton Live, Maschine).

EFFECT SIGNAL PATH :
Distortion >> Bit Reducer >> Feedback >> Gate >> Autopan >> UFO >> Ring Mod >> Phaser >> Flanger >> Freq Mod >> Resonator >> Vowel >> Lowpass >> Bandpass >> Highpass >> Pitchshifter >> Reverse >> Scratch >> Stutter >> Looper >> Delay >> Reflection >> Repeat >> Reverb >> Drop.
+ a pre-configured smooth Compressor on the master bus.

PROCESSORZ° is as minimalist as powerful for adding some vibrant audio events and changing dimension of any sounds. Many combinations are possible with this kind of FX periodic table.

Note : Triggers of every effects receive Midi channel 1. Change it in the block properties if needed.
The Zip file, available on the user library, contains the block, an exemple of patch and a prepared ensembles for DAWs.

Futur possible updates :
- choose effects order
- make snapshot and sends commands able to receive A/B modulations.
- HWcontrol mapping for KOMPLETE & MASCHINE.

Love this work ? PROCESSORZ° also comes with a complete beatmaking ensembles called SUBSTANZ°. You can find it and more on my site : www.blinksonic.com

For french speakers, a video presentation can also be found on YouTube. It’s a review around building with Reaktor and Blocks : https://youtu.be/OxfRbAmdru8


Cheers!!

COMMENTS  (25)

Austin Larsen
1 month ago
Love the routing possibilities. Awesome
sergio guglielmi
1 month ago
Grazie ......da paura
Dan Corkery
2 months ago
Thanks offering this to us all..much appreciated.
Gabriele Giuseppe Gambera
2 months ago
Thanks a lot! Fantastic!
nice brother
2 months ago
Thank you for sharing
Stephen Leivers
2 months ago
Thank you
Sylvain Stoppani
3 months ago
Thanks for all your messages ! I'll see how to push it further.
Sylvain Stoppani
3 months ago
@Sandy Small : Nothing could be more positive than wise criticism, Sandy !! I fear that i am not as expert as you are.. :) PROCESSORZ° was first a Reaktor 5 macro, contained inside my other ensemble SUBSTANZ°. So I builded it the old way, mixed with the few skills I have with the Blocks framework. So obviously, there is a lot of small imperfections on the build part. May you can enlighten me on some aspects by skype/or mail if you have time. Would love to discuss about it with you ! Mail : info@blinksonic.com
Sylvain Stoppani
3 months ago
@Worwell_ : Cool man ! I will repost it on my network. Nice combo idea by the way !! :)
Sylvain Stoppani
3 months ago
@Jerold Daniels : Here you have a snapshot that shows how everything must be routed inside Ableton Live : http://blinksonic.com/images/processorz_abletonlive.png More in details on this page : http://blinksonic.com/blog.html
Sandy Small
3 months ago
This is an interesting idea, but I'm afraid I have some criticisms to make. First of all, the audio path is almost entirely in primary and there are many switches throughout, both of which are big no-nos. Also, modulation is resampled to the display rate, which produces pronounced stepping even at low rates and totally precludes audio-rate modulation. I would love to see this rewritten to adhere to the framework's standards because I think it could be a wonderful sound design tool and the interface is excellent, but as it is I think it needs to be tightened up considerably.
Worwell _
3 months ago
Ultraloop vs. Processorz: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ecj0P1_eB3E&feature=youtu.be
Jerold Daniels
3 months ago
any advice on how to set this up in ableton live?
Claudio Agrosi
3 months ago
this is absolutely amazing!
Thierry Kitusai
3 months ago
Bravo Sylvain ! + merci aussi pour la vidéo en français -une fois n'est pas coutume- très didactique. Awesome creation, thank you! Kitusai
Sylvain Stoppani
3 months ago
@arnout killian : Hello, I just verify on the site, I specify Reaktor 6 only for PROCESSORZ°. Anyway, Blocks framework is not supported by R5. This said, other ensembles on the sites can be opened with R5 last update, may it was the source of the confusion. Best !
arnout killian
3 months ago
Hi, on your site you say - A MAC or a PC with the full version of Native Instruments REAKTOR 5.9.2 or REAKTOR 6, but when i try to load this one it asks for REAKTOR version 6.1.1, is it possible to have a version of Processorz working on the 5.9 or 6.0 version? Regards!
Worwell _
3 months ago
Tremendous. The User Library is on fire!
Nick Dwyer
3 months ago
Unadulterated pleasure box. FAB
Martin Géč
3 months ago
Brilliant! Thanks.
Chad Deibler-Hunt
3 months ago
Awesome! Thank you! :)
David Coffin
3 months ago
Sounds GREAT with CloudLab:)
David Coffin
3 months ago
Fabulous gift, thank you Sylvain (love my SUBSTANZ˚, too:)!
Olkin Donder
3 months ago
oh man, Thx Sylvain!!!
Richard Devine
3 months ago
This is great!
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