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BTSDreamAudio

Audio rate modulation BTSdream

(38 Votes)
0.1 (Updated 14 years ago)
90.4kB
February 13, 2004
Reaktor 5 or lower

DESCRIPTION

BTSdream where all modulations apart from one are audio rate, ie sample rate rather than event rate. I know event rate modulation saves cpu but i think this version is well worth it. Static events are fine but not for LFO's etc. Some saturators replaced with my nevrclip macro. Randomiser can give seriously wacky patches, but be carefull of amplitude. Enjoy.
See the original synths this is based on by Anders Sevaldson here: http://www.native-instruments.com/en/reaktor-community/reaktor-user-library/all/all/all/1431/

COMMENTS  (12)

Julian Cafarella
5 years ago
I have used both yours and Anders' versions of BTSDream in another soundscape this time a carillion. Many thanks for the fine sounds: https://soundcloud.com/julian-cafarella/morning-light
Julian Cafarella
5 years ago
Looking down the list of comments I see that I must acknowledge also Anders Sevaldson as the original author of the synthesizer BTSDream
Julian Cafarella
5 years ago
Many thanks for your recent update of BTS Dream which has long been one of my favourite reaktor synths I made the piece "Labyrinthine Affect" using BTS DreamAudio along with three other recent reaktor userlibrary uploads. Please feel free to sample/enjoy!:) https://soundcloud.com/julian-cafarella/tea-tar-affective
Szentpétery Csaba
5 years ago
My favourite. 10/10
Mark Mcdonald
10 years ago
All those controls are daunting. randomization is one thing but would love to see snaps to add. Oh great synth. Great work. BTS must be great to. Thanks to both.
Frede Fernandez
12 years ago
greattt
Evan Schiller
14 years ago
niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiice
Barry Galloway
15 years ago
Sorry Anders, of course full respect is due to yourself. BTS is one of the best synths, Thank you for sharing it with us.
Anders Sevaldson
15 years ago
It is a bit disconcerting to find that someone has taken your creation and made it his own. Hmm, a little nod to the originator would perhaps be in order, don't you think? The result is ok, though...
David Coffin
15 years ago
Yeowza! Way too many controls to make tweeking intuitive, but with such great snaps, who cares? Once again the User Library rescues me from BUYING another softsynth...thanks!
Cliff Douse
15 years ago
Randomiser is fun to play with!
Walter Osorio Jr
15 years ago
Nice sound synth with a full bank of 127 presets :-) Thanks
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