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MONOMONSTER

Semi-Modular Analog Synth Emulator, Drum Synth, Drone Synth

(6 Votes)
wally c
v1.4 (Updated 1 month ago)
229.8kB
November 25, 2018
Reaktor 5 or lower

DESCRIPTION

This instrument was devised and built during a series of sound synthesis classes taught by Walter Cescato in October and November 2018.

- 2 Multi-Oscillators with Sawtooth, Triangle, Sine and variable Pulse shapes.
- Sub-Oscillator, Noise Generator, Ring Modulator.
- Oscillator 2 Sync and FM from Oscillator 1.
- Multi-LFO with dedicated Sample/Hold section and host sync.
- Basic 16-stage Step Sequencer with internal clock and host sync.
- 2 Envelope Generators offering 2 operation modes.
- Selectable 2/4-pole HP/BP/LP and Ladder LP Filter with auto-oscillation.
- HP Filter and individual filter BUS selection for the 5 audio sources.
- Advanced Mixer with assignable Envelopes 1/2 for each signal.
- Countless modulation combinations via multiple menus and switches.
- It can emulate many classic monosynths, make synth drums and even drones.

Version History:

v1.4
- Corrected and improved 'EXT > BPM' ratio controls.
- Fixed 'Filter BUS' item not showing in Reaktor 6.

v1.3
- Carried out small changes in GUI.
- Changed 'Env1' global enabler behaviour.
- Limited PWM ranges to avoid silent Pulse wave signals.

v1.2
- Added 'Env1' global enabler to Amp.
- Added 'Ladder' mode to LPF.

v1.1
- First public release.

v1.0
- Non-public beta.

MADE WITH REAKTOR v5.9.4

COMMENTS  (6)

John Smith
1 month ago
Good news, it works fine in 6.3 Mac (was in the middle of a project so didn't update before)
wally c
1 month ago
I see, I hope someone from Native Instruments is aware of the finding. Of course they can count on me to help them by giving a detail of the changes made between v1.2 and v1.3 to track their bug (my first suspicion lies in some graphical incompatibility, in v1.3 I added a very small custom image to replace the global switch "Env1" in the Amp with a trigger).
John Smith
1 month ago
Thanks for your reply. I forgot to mention I'm on a Mac, perhaps that's the problem. It crashes in both standalone and au (in fact it completely takes down Logic the instant I load it). I've not seen that with other ensembles, so I guess you've found a bug with the Mac version.
wally c
1 month ago
Sorry, just realized I typed wrongly "should" instead "might".
wally c
1 month ago
Thanks for the feedback, John, but you should have some problem with your Reaktor installation. I spent several hours testing the ensemble in Reaktor 6.2.2 (Standalone, VST, 32-bit and 64-bit) and it never crashed. The only thing I found was a small incompatibility with respect to the width of the menus, which is already fixed in the new version.
John Smith
1 month ago
1.3 version crashes reaktor 6.2.2 whereas 1.2 works ok.
now