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Includes a deliberately incorrectly wired patch

(5 Votes)
Nick Dwyer
1.1 (Updated 1 year ago)
March 20, 2019
Reaktor 6


ONE for REAKTOR 6: a synth

A warm analog-sounding eight-note polyphonic synth that uses just ONE oscillator and various FX to create smooth warm synths and basses. It also includes a SECRET WEAPON to create experimental sounds that will feed your inner experimentalist. Didn’t know you had one? Read on!

OSC 1 is in itself a 4-waveform oscillator featuring Sine, Triangle, Sawtooth and Pulse (with variable pulse-width). So far so standard. However…


OSC 1 also includes a deliberately incorrectly wired patch that creates a feedback loop distortion effect called "Wire”. This simulates the crackling and erratic jumps in volume caused by a dodgy jack-plug in a guitar amp. On a sine wave it produces gargle and on high value pulse waves it goes mad. This is perhaps the USP of this instrument. Use it responsibly!

GLOBAL FX & Controls

VCF with cutoff (also routed via midi CC1 to your keyboard controller strip/wheel) etc...

Envelope ( inc. velocity sensitivity).

Echo (delay) with various parameters inc.tempo sync button.

Glide and Chorus

WHITE NOISE generator

Master Tune

Reverb and overall Master Output Level.

MIDI CC 14-29 inclusive are routed to various useful controls.

There are 23 presets in 3 banks accessible from the drop-down menu at the top of the instrument or by double-clicking "Embedded" in the presets side-pane.

NOTE. If error message received on loading please update your copy of Reaktor to 6.2.2 (R5) via your Native Access.

Synth design by Nick Dwyer 2019

GUI by Nick Dwyer 2019

Sounds by Nick Dwyer 2019

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Nick Dwyer
9 months ago
Nice one, Matthew Smith
Matthew Smith
1 year ago
Love the demo song! Totally my type of music lol It in itself encouraged me to give this a DL.
Nick Dwyer
1 year ago
Thanks @Paule and @Tony Nekrews
Tony Nekrews
1 year ago
Cheers Nick, as creative and generous as ever.
1 year ago
Thank you, Nick.