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Aural Exciter

Easy-to-use standalone Aural Exciter

(74 Votes)
1.2 (Updated 10 years ago)
97.3kB
May 30, 2010
Reaktor 5 or lower
Effect Other

DESCRIPTION

Here's an easy-to-use standalone aural exciter. It has only three knobs: tuning, saturation drive, and final mix.

It extracts treble frequencies, compresses them, runs them through an asymmetrical soft saturator, and then mixes them back into the original signal.

To try it out, set the Tune knob to the default setting, adjust the Harmonics knob until the meters are solidly in the yellow, and adjust the Mix knob to mix in the desired amount of excited signal.

I want to thank Jonathan Style for creating the the skin and all of the controls.

COMMENTS  (14)

Pedro Duarte
10 months ago
Thank you
ian ainslie
1 year ago
Lovely!
Rulgert Ghostalker
1 year ago
used this processor on "Mob The Floor" https://soundcloud.com/user-945802777 my policy is to compensate for devices i use, if i could be provided a paypal
Nina Cording
3 years ago
Exactly the sound I was looking for :)
Marek Zaris
6 years ago
absolutely stunning processor. make native plugin version and rock!
John Robertson
7 years ago
Really well made, great sounding, useful and excellent GUI. Thank you so much.
Daniel Hogan
9 years ago
Amazing. Thanks.
John Mullins
9 years ago
So well done! Perfect for restoring high frequencies in a sample after pitching them way down.
Miro Pajic
10 years ago
Really good! More of these types of tools please :)
Michael Barker
10 years ago
I like this -- I wonder if it could be modified to extract other frequencies (lows or mids), or even to respond dynamically...
Simon Millward
10 years ago
Excellent! In my opinion the absolute best of its kind in the Reaktor user library. The tune dial gives you hard edge excitement to the left and soft excitement to the right. Crunchy or smooth. The GUI is simple and elegant but there is an awful lot going on under the hood. Thanks!
arachnaut
10 years ago
Very nice
max graham
10 years ago
Handy!
Paule
10 years ago
I will use it, Chet
now