Four different boxes for mucking with audio inputs
There are four audio boxes included in this upload. No pictures, but they don't look like much except bog standard Reaktor in my default yellow, grey, and black look. Each ensemble has a detailed description in the instrument itself. There are not any innovative macros here, just new configurations of existing ideas to make new sounds in real time. Hopefully these are easy to figure out and at least somewhat musical; that's my main goal.
JopyMixerbox: A four deck tempo synch'd live sampler or a live mixer, or any combination thereof that you like. Can be used for tweaking a solo guitarist, livening up a few input streams, or just combining samples from a sequenced synthesizer or groovebox on the fly. This was the fastest to build and yet is probably my favorite of the four.
Jopy Filterbox: My attempt to get some of those sequences that I like from Vierring in a simpler, smaller package. It's sequenced bandpass or band reject filters in a mostly graphical input format.
Le Amp Jopy: A new lowpoint in creativity, it's just existing effects put into multi macros, so you can chain them however you want. Features the immortal Toob, Michat's Onehead Tapeecho, Kleinstein, and the Pitch Shifter from the UL. Designed mostly for the Manuel Göttsching or Robert Fripp type guitar performer.
ResoBox: I thought that overlaying four resonators would create a new and different sound, but really, Rick Scott/Rachmiel has some fx units from two or three years ago that sound a lot like this. Still, it's kind of fun for messing about with because it looks and feels a little different.