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reverb/chorus/delay/vocoder/dynamics/flanger/distortion/CB radio/expander

(29 Votes)
1.7 (Updated 14 years ago)
2.1MB
September 15, 2007
Reaktor 5 or lower
Effect Other

DESCRIPTION

40 eazy big FX from many different programmers for spatialising your sounds. 5-10% CPU great with vocals drums and pads that can be used in clusters. you have to randomise everything and navigate through all the options at the bottom to get the best sounds.
both input and output switches to regulate core activity,
all of the individual effects seem to randomise fairly well, nice and easy for choosing the best sound...

give us bug reports if you find any,

enjoy!

COMMENTS  (14)

Mark Bonnington
11 years ago
There's nice sound in this, but it seems to be hidden within a rather clunky user interface.
Jonathan Leonard
13 years ago
It would be nice to see some credits.
Georg Fries
13 years ago
I wouldn't much mind how people vote. I never downloaded a single ensemble here after the votes' result, for example.
shawn gilbert
13 years ago
Thanks...I've been looking for your ensembles after comming across your old school stuff,I appreciate your time!
Simon Stockhausen
14 years ago
I checked it out yesterday producing some sort of heavy vocoderdrums and I dig it!
Richard Figone
14 years ago
looks sick now dude. somehow lower cpu too...
ant stewart
14 years ago
it's a bit shifty anyway, there was a guy that used to put a 1 everyone's stuff
ant stewart
14 years ago
thanks for those tips, that's a really good point, the scroll menu is just a label but I will make a pluged in version...and that's a good point about processors. the effects definitely sound better in combinations, i'm leaving the mixing possibilities up to people, although I should ultimately make an option to have the stereo lines going through different effects,it sounds fun... lots of options including sequenced, multiple XY cross fading, my personal favourite is mix systems where the delay is crossfaded at the input...I'll keep an eye on all the processing, this is just a first incarnation, but it's just for a laugh really
Matthew Todman
14 years ago
I noticed that sample rate is at 132300 when first opening, making the CPU% quite large. Dropping it down to 44100 seems to give a more workable CPU% reading!
Richard Figone
14 years ago
*in view a the actual button, not the scroll, is the one that doesn't work. it just sends a glitch through the audio signal; but the scroll works... rethinking my words, i think all it would really need is some kind of link up to a sequencer to switch between effects. you should also hook up a resynth or beat loop with a simple loop to demo. i think that your switching between effects (cutting off unused effects to save CPU) is A+ work by the way. a lot of people here will vote based on looks alone i think, but i like simple effects that do a lot like this one. obviously better than anything i could ever make, but i wouldn't shun the idea of improvement, dog... maybe i'm misinterpretting your tone though. (also reads 30% on two effect selections on a G41.5 on 2 gigs of ram in case anyone really cares)
Richard Figone
14 years ago
the vote will increase. don't worry about that. i haven't voted yet. in view A the toggle switch for effects is not functional... in view b it's only scrollable. some of your view sets were incomplete as well, knobs stacked on knobs... etc. i think it has a lot of potential, but it's nowhere close.
ant stewart
14 years ago
some idiot has started of the voting with a 3 and it's a bit more watertight and that. it just means people will miss out by thinking it's a mess when actually it's got 1600 combinations of effects sequence with less than 10% CPU usage all in a tight semipro reaktor design. well studio quality anyway. I'm not sure if it needs any work functionally, although a couple of the effects are mediocre, tell us if you find anything specific
Richard Figone
14 years ago
this has a lot of potential, just needs work. this could be one of the top 100 one day.
ant stewart
14 years ago
for best results, try a sound masher in one instance followed by a reverb/delay in another, load some nice sounds for example female vocals in the playerbox, and try all combinations.
now