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Bezyeah LFO

Bézier curve based LFO

(26 Votes)
Loowps
1.0g (Updated 1 month ago)
3.3MB
October 03, 2016
Reaktor 6

DESCRIPTION

Bézier LFO Reaktor Block

Credits
Parts of the Rounds and/or Bento Box LFO
Cubic Interpolation by Sandy Small
Partials Framework by Max Zagler
Knob design by Efflam Le Bivic

Version history
1.0g (24-07-2020)
- Fix positions of visible ports

1.0f (30-05-2019)
- Make ports visble on B view

1.0e (2018-11-08)
- Replace bg image with colored multi display (+ post fix: removal of color receiver)

1.0d (2017-10-04)
- fix audible click (was present even when closed curve editing was enabled)
- fix B view
- add depth parameter

1.0b (2016-10-04)
- interactive update of the LFO output and the curve while dragging.. had to solve some core compiliation time issues which will remain a mistery to me!

1.0 (2016-10-03)
- initial release

COMMENTS  (27)

Jan Ola @ NI
1 month ago
Hi Loowps, I noticed your Block is compatible with Racks, so I have assigned it to our new category "Blocks (Rack-Ready)".
Turby Schmidt
7 months ago
Love it. Used it today to fade between OSC. Thanks a bunch.
David X
9 months ago
Hi Paul I'm thinking about putting together a free 'Community Pack' of blocks for Reaktor 6.3 Patch & Play, would you be interested in adding some of your blocks to the pack? See this thread here: https://www.native-instruments.com/forum/threads/patch-play-community.364769/
michael o'hagan
11 months ago
I'd like to talk to you about creating bezier curves, check the forum if you get this message. https://www.native-instruments.com/forum/threads/help-creating-a-custom-bezier-shaper.362473/
Loowps
2 years ago
You have my permission. I built upon some other blocks, too (see credits).
David X
2 years ago
Hi Paul, I love this block! I have done a mod of it, combining four of them into one block with various ways of cross-modulation between each of the 4 LFOs, creating some pretty nutty, wobbly results, just wanted to get your permission to post it.. I will of course completely credit you.
Phil Price
2 years ago
I'm not a builder but could this be modded to provide MIDI CC ?
Loowps
2 years ago
Thanks!
Daniel LeGrand
2 years ago
And happy 1 year anniversary for the release!
Daniel LeGrand
2 years ago
Depths parameter is a very welcome addition. Cheers for the update :)
Brett
2 years ago
Nice block, thanks for updating
Robert Paul
3 years ago
Thanks for this!! Any chance to add a "depth" parameter?
Aaron Hemeon
3 years ago
Really nice. Thanks. Please make more.
metric
3 years ago
Great job, definitely my new go to LFO!
Jon Grönvall
3 years ago
Sweet block, thank you!
David Coffin
3 years ago
This is really great, thanks! How about a bezier ADSR block?
Loowps
3 years ago
Thanks all! @Michael Sadly an Oscillator with modulated BPs is over my head, too. The caclulations I implemented so far are too expensive to be performed at fast rates.. and I don't have plans to find a less complex solution to be honest..
michael o'hagan
3 years ago
This is excellent work, thank you. I am curious, could you create a bezyeah wave shape oscillator with an adjustable amount of breakpoints where the breakpoints themselves could be modulated? I tried to do this myself a few years ago but it was outside of my ability's. thank you for your work.
Jonathan Canupp
3 years ago
A really lovely addition to the library! I'm really impressed by the results and I'm very much looking forward to using it in many more future ensembles. Thank you for sharing!
Paule
3 years ago
5*
Loowps
3 years ago
You're welcome!
Massimo Barzaghi
3 years ago
THANKS!!
Loowps
3 years ago
Sry I'Ve too look into it further.. Init problems..
Loowps
3 years ago
Thanks all! @Joe Does it work now?
joe king
3 years ago
Nice, could this thing be made more interactive? I have to release the mouse for the values to update. I'd love it if it could oscillate as I move a point.
mike sugarbaker
3 years ago
yessssssss
Daniel LeGrand
3 years ago
Wonderful! With Sync and Bi/Uni Polarity, this is sure to become my "go-to" LFO. Love the Mutable Instrument inspired design as well.
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