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KNBSTRB8 Patches

Patches made with KNBSTRB8 Blocks

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3.0 (Updated 3 months ago)
February 22, 2019
Reaktor 6
Blocks Patches


This entry is the central place where you can find patches made with KNBSTRB8 Blocks.

Version 3.0

The patches that were posted up to version 1.7 have been replaced with 29 new patches consisting out of blocks coming from the KNBSTRB8 Collection version 1.7 update.


3x Plain Vanilla: Three multi wave oscillators.
FLD: Fold oscillator.
FM AM ADSR: FM DUO oscillator with ADSR.
FM AM: FM DUO oscillator with AD Squad.
Kick it: Percussion synthesizer with overdrive.
PLS SAW Stereo: Stereo pulse to saw oscillator.
Scratch it: Sample scratcher with 8 ramp envelope.

Generative patches

Arpegg 18R: 8 step sequencer with pitch quantizer and Euclidian rotators. Rebuilt version of earlier released Arpegg 18R patch.
Looper: Sample scratcher driven by LFO's from the KNBSTRB8 LFO TK.
Noisy rhythms: 4 channel 2x4 noise generator. Rebuilt version of earlier released Noisy rhythms patch.
Turing P&G melody improv: Melody generator using the Turing P&G block and the FM DUO oscillator. Rebuilt version of earlier released Turing P&G melody improv patch.


Auto Pan: Autopan with LFO and Turing machine (LFO RNG)
Duo Delay: 2 Delay units with XF and D/W
Duo Destroy: Overdrive and sample / bit rate crusher. XF and D/W control.
Duo Pingpong: 2 Stereo delay units with XF and D/W
Flanger: Stereo flanger and barber pole flanger. Pitch input or free frequency.
Phaser: Stereo phaser and barber pole phaser. Pitch input or free frequency.
Quad Delay: 4 Delay units into a XY mixer and D/W.


BP NL: Bandpass non linear.
Comb: Comb filter.
Curtish: 4P LP filter non linear (NI Pro 52 filter).
LADDER: 8P HP and 8P LP in a serial / parallel setup.
OD LP NL: Overdrive FX into a 8P LP non linear filter.
TSK DUO: TSK filter in a serial / parallel setup.
TSK RNG DRIFT: Same as TSK DUO. The LFO and envelope follower modulators have been replaced with a Turing machine (LFO RNG) and a random walk module (DRIFT).


Compander: Compressor and Audio gate with XF and D/W control.
MIDI G Ducker: Reduces the gain with an envelope, triggered by a MIDI gate. Works as side chain compression.
Pan and Filters Stereo: Stereo / Mono multi tool with Butterworth HP and LP in serial / parallel setup.
Pan SLOC: Stereo / Mono multi tool that outputs a M/S signal. The S channel has a Butterworth HP filter to remove low frequencies from the S. Before conversion to L/R, the M and S gain can be controlled.


Niels Speijer
3 months ago
The plan is to contribute some blocks in patch and play format to this package.
Philippe Loiseau
3 months ago
good to see you're still there. Hope you will do something for the future (?) community pack !
Philippe Loiseau
1 year ago
@niels :
Niels Speijer
1 year ago
Philippe, Until now I did not have an account at the forum. Since I posted this collection it might be handy to log into the forum and now I have an account under the same name as here.
Philippe Loiseau
1 year ago
@niels : yes it’s something like that, object overlapping. Will have a closer look again. Again thanks for sharing. TW, are you on the forum?
Niels Speijer
1 year ago
Philippe, Thank you for the positive feedback. The rather strange thing that happens with the buttons under the Gain knob of AMP - VCA SAT happens with the same buttons for AMP - VCA Clean as well. I had the issue once when I built these two blocks and now I tried to replicate the issue after your post, the issue does not come up. I think the cause of this has to be found in the excessive use of real estate by the amount of functions on these blocks. The two selection buttons had to be placed closely under the Gain knob to offer room to all functionalities within the standard block size. The label of the gain knob could therefore be interfering with the buttons upon startup somehow. However, I am not sure.
Philippe Loiseau
1 year ago
Congrats again, Niels ! Strange little thing also in the VCA SAT. After loading it, the 2 buttons (Int/Ext and Lin /Exp) do not react normally. I have to click 3 or 4 times before they react. Once it reacts, problem never returns. It's something a little random, not always, but very often. Not a big deal though :-)
Catman Dude
1 year ago
Glad to be of help. Again, you've given us all a treasure trove of blocks to explore our music with. They're pretty too. I'm grateful for your generosity in sharing the fruits of your research.
Niels Speijer
1 year ago
Catman, Thanks for pointing out this issue and description of the deduction of the issue caused by the INT - P&G Block. I have done the same thing with P&G and an ADSR and indeed some MIDI notes were not coming through as they were supposed to do. In particular when another note was right after it, the note was skipped. I'll have a closer look at the gate signals INT - P&G gives in comparison with the factory's Note In block. P&G was designed to be a light version of Note In for non-keyboard MIDI controllers who do not have designated pitch bend wheel. The temporary workaround for the 3 OSC and 1 VCA patch here is to substitute INT - P&G with the Factory's Util - Note In.
Catman Dude
1 year ago
Thank you, Niels for sharing all your hard work with Reaktor users! I have used some of your blocks with great results. You may want to know that I encountered an issue with your INT - P&G. I used it to provide Gate signals into the factory West Coast LPG's Pluck input, and found many of the notes from my MIDI track weren't registering in the LPG. So I patched in the factory Util NoteIn block and this restored the MIDI track's notes. Should their gates be comparable?