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Terminal Glitch 2

4 Track Percussion/Melody Sequencer

(175 Votes)
Dean Lowe
1.1 (Updated 11 years ago)
821.8kB
December 20, 2007
Reaktor 5 or lower
Instrument Sequencer

DESCRIPTION

----v2.1----

Nothing has changed apart from the new smaller face panel as requested by some users. Hopefully this will fit on the screen a bit better.

Thanks, Dean.


----v2.0----
New Features

-You can now select between the standard Oscillators or the new WaveTables.

-Each Osc has a Saturation stage in the Filter section, with a variety of flavours.

-Modulation has been completely rewired now with 36 destinations (including the Attack and Decay times for each OSC). Press the Modulation button in the Global section to view the options.

-Frequency Shifter, Quantize and Sample Reduction added to the effects section.

-Master Filter now features four routing options.

-2 x LFO's with LFO1 x LFO2 and LFO1 - LFO2 selectable as modulation sources.

-Snapshots controllable via Midi CC or Midi Notes.

-A dedicated Wavetable editor in the 'B' view.

-Waveform display, particularly useful for viewing the result of LFO1 x LFO2.

-Improved GUI layout.

Credits go out the usual suspects, Rick Scott, Clist and Theologiae. There is a couple of people I forgot to mention the first time round. Mike Daliot and James Walker-Hall's 'Metaphysical' was a direct inspiration for the Automation Faders. Dieter Zobel's 'Skurrilia' was also a large inspiration for this instrument.

Enjoy!

p.s. Sorry, it's a bit of a screen hog!

COMMENTS  (30)

Alexander Storman
3 years ago
This is amazing. Thanks!
andy myst
9 years ago
Excellent work, creating some pretty strange and complex patterns
Karel Skakal
9 years ago
Beautiful Machine-GREAT SOUNDS....WOW
sohrab motabar
10 years ago
I Like it ... Every Versions ... I like to use it in my own songs ...
Christopher Soulos
10 years ago
Hmmm, I like sound
conrad baugh
10 years ago
this thing kicks ass. i'm having all kinds of fun.
STEVEN CONLON
11 years ago
Flippin' marvellous!
Carlo Pearson
11 years ago
This thing is a beast! Thank you for this!
Robin Barklis
11 years ago
Lovely.
Michael Roberts
11 years ago
I luv the glitch! must've made 80 or so snaps before birds started chirpin outside my window.Took it as a sign 4 bedtime. Maybe more of those automation faders would be nice(8?).Thanks a bunch!.A 10!
Simon Stockhausen
11 years ago
Great ensemble for groove animation and creating weird but groovy ryhthmical structure - thanx for sharing!
Gerald List
11 years ago
Great job ! Being a classical musician I normally hate all these grooveboxes. But this one sounds so very freaky that I simply can´t remove a grin from my face, no matter how hard I try. 7-12% CPU on 1,7Ghz Pentium M standalone. Thank you !
Dean Lowe
11 years ago
David Wesley - Try using the updated ensemble and let me know if it works or not. Das and others - Thanks for your kind comments, I just thought it was time I gave back to the community that has taught me so much. Cheers, Dean.
das wesen
11 years ago
this has to be one of my all-time favourites! :) Thank you very very much, my techno loves you
Laurent Levesque
11 years ago
nice design, nice sounds, bravo !
Richard Figone
11 years ago
i have deleted the faceplate, scope and so on and shrunk it down by making knobs smaller and crunching the module sizes. took me over an hour i suppose. now fits very snug, don't need to scroll to see other sections anymore... doesn't look beautiful anymore, but it is a great machine.
jason pottorff
11 years ago
Works great here too! Love this machine.
Tim Tesar
11 years ago
I love this. Fascinating rhythms. Beautiful work. Works fine for me on my 3.2 GHz Pentium 4, XP S2, 2 Gb RAM, recently purchased wide screen monitor. Runs at about 20% CPU. Thank you so much! Now I just need to figure out how it works!
David Wesley
11 years ago
My machine specs - Sony P4 3.6Ghz - 2GB RAM - WinXP SP2 - Crashes in Live and Reaktor Standalone. No other ensembles exhibit this behavior.
Christopher Soulos
11 years ago
My screen is B-I-G and I like it. I think everyone should have a big screen just to enjoy this. Cool man!
David Waldman
11 years ago
I have a Mac G5 (pre-intel) 20" monitor, 1680x1050. The ensemble can fit across the screen, but I have to shrink all the other windows...pain in the pooper.
Dean Lowe
11 years ago
Re: Crash - just downloaded the file myself and it works fine. I'm not sure what could be causing the crash on your machine. Sorry. Re: Screen size - For sure, you might have to wait a while though. I have a 22" LCD and I didn't even consider the fact that it wouldn't fit on most other screens until it was finished. My fault.
David Waldman
11 years ago
Is it possible to redesign the GUI to be narrower please?
Dean Lowe
11 years ago
Unless something went wrong during the upload, I can't think of anything that would make it crash. Unless someone out there can confirm this problem I'm not sure that I can fix it. Richard - Have you tried the ensemble? David - What's your machine specs? If other people who have downloaded the file can post whether it's working or not working maybe we can narrow down the problem.
Richard Figone
11 years ago
i'll wait for the next fix,,,, but the sample sounds great, can't wait...
David Wesley
11 years ago
What a bummer. I LOVE Terminal Glitch 1. Instantiating Version 2 means immediate crash for me. Weird.
Donovan Stringer
11 years ago
Runs fine here SP2 and stand alone R5. Gorgeous job on all details! This is the first instrument in many days to not fit my monitor. Am I already behind the curve?
Dean Lowe
11 years ago
Hmmm, interesting. I have the same set up. It has not crashed at all on my system. With everything switched on it runs at about 20% - 30% of my CPU. If anyone else has this problem let me know. Maybe try downloading the file again. :(
David Wesley
11 years ago
Opening Terminal2 immediately crashes host and Reaktor in stand-alone mode. WinXP SP2 - Ableton Live - Latest Version of Reaktor
das wesen
11 years ago
This is simply amazing, thank you very very very much!
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