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CL-909

TR-909 Replica - and so much more...

(364 Votes)
Chris List
1.0 (Updated 14 years ago)
1.6MB
May 28, 2003
Reaktor 5 or lower
Instrument Sequencer

DESCRIPTION

Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know, I know, drum machine?!? - BORING!
Well, if you don\'t like it, go home...

I started attempting to find / build replica structures for the analog circuits in my 909, and ended up here. While the sound-generation part of the instrument is cool, the stuff Im really psyched about is in the sequencer. Note that it\'s an 11-channel sequencer - but the instrument is monophonic (check some other table-based drum-machines to see why this is a big deal for me). Also note that the patterns are all stored as snapshots - using \"snapvalue\" modules for every single cell in the table! While this may sound like a nightmare, it actually works great and wasnt all that bad to build.

- The drum sounds can be played with incoming midi notes - so it can be used just as a sound module. You can also sample sounds by just hitting notes on you keyboard (z is the kick drum, and it goes up from there).

- Theres about 20 percussive samples in the instrument - some from the 909 and the 808, some from computer games.

- All of the analog sections of the 909 have been replicated - but some, like the Toms, give you the option to play samples instead. All this stuff makes it a bit of a pig CPU-wise. Sorry. You can turn the effects off or lower the sample rate if its a problem for you.

- Enjoy,
CList

p.s.
We could use more negative comments (not just negative votes) around this user lib. - otherwise builders will never know what users want, and non-builders will never get what they want, so don't be shy.

COMMENTS  (51)

Kisho Glunch
6 months ago
more drum machines....producers LOVE LOVE LOVE DM :)
ksound kvision
3 years ago
Cooliooooo
Craig Brodhead
5 years ago
THIS IS AMAZING!!!! My Favorite 909 to PLAY with. Holy hell.
Simon Jarvis
8 years ago
For some reason, it's changing patterns once I turn the effects on. Is this normal?
Joakim Raatikainen
9 years ago
I love this one. Just great.
Karel Skakal
9 years ago
I get it to "save", but it saves NOT what I made and in 8 steps only, otherwise it is a GREAT DRUM MACHINE... Thanx for sharing...
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11 years ago
can't save any sequences, absolutely worthless
Mark Mcdonald
11 years ago
"Just another drum machine" That's what's lacking the most. Bravo and keep on. More, more!
Christopher Soulos
11 years ago
Nice sounds but the save function is not working.
peter steenbergen
11 years ago
when i am saving the sequence the other snapshot is recalled and the i have made is gone.
peter steenbergen
11 years ago
i can not save ensembles on my mac why?
John Durbin
12 years ago
Bitch'n MACHiNE!!! Just what I needed. Thanks Chris!
John Saxon
12 years ago
A simple to understand modern remix of a classic 909. some greeat sounds already oaded, but I've had such fun playing with some of my own samples in it. A nice and intuitive way to make rhythms fast. Well done
Stephen Irizarry
12 years ago
Excellent! Sounds dynamite! Features are awesome! Fun to use! Thanks Chris!
Georg Fries
13 years ago
Well, mate - if someone writes "if you don't like it, go home" - and then complains about missing negative criticism to learn from, then there's a slight error going on... manymany like this and 909 and 808 and 303, the others just went for a walk, or home, maybe.......
peter diggens
14 years ago
just downloaded all the interesting drum machines I could find and yours was the easiest to get up and using, great fun to use. if you need criticism only comment I would say is in an ideal world you'd be able to manipulate the kik and snare more. love it thanks !
Michael Rapkin
14 years ago
Spent a few hours trying to work out its mysteries. Much potential in this device. Some documentation would really be appreciated! Mike Rapkin
Tony Jones
14 years ago
CPU usage was fine. Now I need to get to grips with it. WishI could design something as impressive - perhaps in a few years!
Mark Holroyd
14 years ago
Wonderful!!
sergio hirata flores
14 years ago
wooooow its very goood the sound is very very coool
enrico leube
14 years ago
top
Edward Hipkins
14 years ago
very very cool man, will definatly get air time, sweet
Sasa Grandic
14 years ago
cool
Richard Abagon
15 years ago
Sounds excellent! Thanks! \/\/()\/=[\]
Richard Abagon
15 years ago
Sounds excellent! Thanks! //()/=[]
noblecourt stephane
15 years ago
" " [:-) (-:] _^_ cool !!!
Mike Woloszyn
15 years ago
The new version is the "ass kicking maschine" look for update
Robert Croft
16 years ago
Chris this is another masterpiece. Just awesome. You're an offical Reaktor god in my book.
Thomas Watson
16 years ago
Not just another 909!!!
San Barry
16 years ago
Works great on Ti PowerBook G4 500 Mhz, 1 Gig ram R4 at 22Khz. Thanks for making this!
Rusty O'Hara
16 years ago
Chris: Absolutly brilliant. Been playing with this one for a week now and love it. You have made an awesome drum machine here and thanks for sharing it with us. :)
Chris List
16 years ago
Alex: Don't you need some sort of tool to open PC Reaktors files on Mac? Sorry but I have no idea, I think there must be other Mac users who had no problem. Sorry I can't help more.
Alex Trecha
16 years ago
i downloaded it and when i tried to open it, i received an error message saying it wasn't a valid file. please help! i wanna play too!! Powerbook 550Mhz 512Mb Ram Mac OS 10.2.6 Reaktor 4.0
GG.G SakabeaT
16 years ago
Wunderbach,merveilleux,Fantastic,etc,etc,etc... the Seq is brillant.... did you sell your soul or something to have such brillant idea?
Jonathan Leonard
16 years ago
Well, it turns out I had more than a few midi out ports enabled on my Unitor8. If I turn them all off(in midi settings), the ensemble runs fine at 18%, 44k, and I can switch patterns and use the panel elements fine. As soon as I enable more than 6 ports, the utilization flips out. Excellent work BTW!!!!!
Jonathan Leonard
16 years ago
I get nothing but overloads on my Athlon 2200(1.8ghz) even after lowering sample rate to 11k. Panel use causes immediate overload, but if you wait long enough it still happens. Disabling effects doesn't matter. However, after deleting the Sequencer, usage stays right around 20% with all effects. I have saved the instrument as an ism for vst sequencing. Also, the stuttering disappears when you remove the sequencer. I wonder why a sequencer would eat my remaining 75%? Win2000, R4...005, Layla wdm drivers.
Rob Alcock
16 years ago
One of the best Reaktor insruments I have had the pleasure of using, both for sound, editability and ease of use. Thanks Chris!
David Tamura
16 years ago
Primo and Fluid!!!
Javier Casas
16 years ago
A 10+, a magic carpet!
Jason Jochems
16 years ago
these drum synth structures are awesome. you seem like you are inviting critcism for it. but its really hard to actually cause you nailed it. i'd personally like to see ahr envelopes being used on the cymbals. easily remedied and it wouldnt clog up the interface. and a stereo tape delay would be cool too.
Sascha Kubiak
16 years ago
Really great sequencer design!!!!!
Robin Schroder
16 years ago
This 909 totally rocks!! Excellent.
Markus Spitz
16 years ago
that one is best drum machine i have ever played, but it does not play synchron with other instruments or is there another way? I like that one for live. Please fix it and be the king of drum machines!!!!
Sven Röhrig
16 years ago
cool work...just a bit cpu heavy for my little ol 1 gigaherz mac...maybe i ve to slim it..what would be a petty because its a nice setting as it is.
Stefan Lewin
16 years ago
simply HAMMER!
George P. Macklin
16 years ago
I love the sequencer. Excellent design.
Dave Ward
16 years ago
whoa! i love it! awesome sounds. can't wait to use this in a track. funky :)
Evan Bartholomew
16 years ago
Way impressed. This thing is retro-funky-cool. Great work. The Sequencer module is quite fun and a breeze to use. The visual representation of velocity per note is a great addition as well.
Paul Compton
16 years ago
Just another drum machine? I think not! Fantastic sequencer and sound!
Chris List
16 years ago
I don't get a processor overload (or even a CPU spike) when I hit a Switch (not a button), but I do get a stuttering in the sound. That's why the only switches are on the effects - so you decide at the beginning if you want them on or off. I can't figure out why the stuttering happens, but I think it's because there's so many modules in the sequencer for the pattern storage. Reaktor re-fires all panel controls _and_ all constant values whenever a Switch is pressed (but not a button) - and does it *for all instruments in the ensemble* - not just the one where the switch is. This is a bit of a drag, but there's no way around it for me. I'm thinking of either releasing a simplified version - with only a 32-step sequencer, or waiting until the next R4 update and see if they've got "save-table-with-snapshot" or have done some more optimization on some of these things to correct the problem. There's over 900 modules used in the sequencer ***just to store the pattern with the snapshot***! I did it this way - instead of in a table, the way it's done in the SamplerPack - because when you do it the table way. all of your snapshots get screwed up when you do an "Insert" type of snapshot save or "delete" a snapshot in the middle of the list. This way works great, but uses a lot of modules which causes that switch-stuttering to happen. - CL
Eric Benesch
16 years ago
this is a great one! compact and powerful! but does anybody else experience a cpu overload when pressing a button (switch)(cannot be - on my machine only 30% are used)
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