Motion Clusters+>Yerry's Geetar
Snap bank plus ensemble
My two favorite things in Reaktor: Santi-sequencing and physical modeled strings, brought together with a snap bank recording my initial sense of how they can make a synergy out of the meet-up. I've included the ensemble since it's a very specific thing and would take more time to explain how to assemble than just to provide.
The snaps are Master snaps, with Duration and Gated in MC's Mode panel set not to save per snap. Gating the play helps reduce the characteristic explosion this and many other R modelers often exhibit on snap changes; you just let up on your keys for a moment during the change, and then need to keep a key down to keep things rolling. Keys also set seq pitch. Duration can make a huge difference in snap sound so it's a fascinating control to explore, but I didn't want to go back in to bake in a specific setting for each one of these after recalling well into the session that I'd set it not to save when I first tried out this combo.
I've left in all the instrument and Master snaps from my original up-load of this Motion Clusters tweak of mine, but the Master bank that's all new and all Geetar focused is the last one on the master snap list, called Nice Performances. Click on the background rather than any instrument panels to see these, when the snap view is set to link to the panel selection.
I was re-introduced to the Yerry Geetar in this recent thread, where there's a download link to the latest version as of this post.:
I noticed it's no longer in the UL, so if my re-posting it inside this thing is a problem, I'll certainly take this down, too; hope that doesn't need to happen!
Here's a link to Motion Clusters related postings in the UL:
…thanks once again to Santiago Vilanova for this Crown Jewel device. Really…
If you're new to it and puzzled, here's a link to a long YouTube demo of it, as well as my tweaks, tho not of any Geetar version:
SO many thanks to both Chet S and Yerry F for the Geetar, too, ReALLY!!