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El Effekto

Live Effekt version of El Destrukto

(64 Votes)
Chris List
1.1 (Updated 12 years ago)
344.8kB
March 17, 2007
Reaktor 5 or lower
Effect Other

DESCRIPTION

Yes I know we really don't need ANOTHER glitchy semi-random grain mangler but I wanted to upload this to showcase the Live Grain Cloud macro...

This version of El Destrukto swaps out the grain sampler for my "Live Grain Sampler" that's based on work I did for the BeatLookup Effect" project
( http://www.native-instruments.com/forum_us/showthread.php?t=33331 )

This allows you to run all kinds of audio into it in realtime. It's especially nice when used with some of the more "synthetic" drum machines.

I also updated the "Tag Artist" for R5 by using the multidisplay to create colored boxes and made my own "fade out" algorithm for them.

This ensemble uses Daniel Battaglia's very nice "Glexonic" drum machine:
http://www.native-instruments.com/index.php?id=userlibrary_us&type=0&ulbr=1&plview=detail&patchid=4080

for demo purposes. Thanks for this upload Kid_Sputnik!

To get a sense of what the ensemble does, simply open it, hit play, and turn the "Dry / Wet" knob in the upper right of the panel back and forth. Dry = no effect, wet runs the audio through the El Destrukto engine. Mute (or delete) the tag artist instrument to save some CPU.

Sorry but there aren;t too many snapshots, and the tutorial doesn't really apply to this instrument. See the original El Destrukto instrument:
http://www.native-instruments.com/index.php?id=userlibrary_us&type=0&ulbr=1&plview=detail&patchid=3438
for a working tutorial.

I have also uploaded the Live Grain Cloud as a macro, you can find it in the macro section.

Feel free to try this out in your favorite grain-sampler instruments!

Enjoy,
CList

COMMENTS  (9)

year zero
4 years ago
throwing down some love for this ens. amazing work.
Chris List
12 years ago
Just to be clear... It currently includes Glexonic to demo it's capabilities, but it's meant to be used as an effect on anything - just change the wiring of the audio input and add/delete instruments as you wish. My motivation for building it was this comment on El Destrukto: Christopher Welch (2007-02-08 19:59:10): ... Works extremely well with Reaktor's more synthetic grooveboxes... So I thought,; "why make it so that you have to run it with loops, why not make it *operate on* reaktor's more synthetic grooveboxes. Indeed, it sounds much better when it's driven from things like Krypt and Massive than it does when you connect it to a sample player loaded with a "real drum kit" loop. I would definitely receommend trying it with krypt (if you have EIv2), and/or massive, (and aerobic, and sinebeats)... - CList
mike stacey
12 years ago
when i grow up, i want to build this kinda stuff. thanks again for all the inspiration.
Aaron Raab
12 years ago
AHH.... i see... this thing is sick :)
Aaron Raab
12 years ago
or does it just use the incoming audio from the glexonic?
Aaron Raab
12 years ago
how do i add samples to this .ens?
Phil Durrant
12 years ago
thanks for both of your uploads Chris. they are great and very, very, useful.
Richard Figone
12 years ago
you are a pioneer!
Raymond Szwec
12 years ago
glitchy semi-random grain manglers are like Jell-O - there's always room for them ;)
now