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Northern Light

Morph through waves

(49 Votes)
2.0 (Updated 10 years ago)
1.8MB
March 31, 2012
Reaktor 5 or lower

DESCRIPTION

Northern Light is a versatile wavetable/VA synthesizer, with an easy to use interface, and full stereo path. It’s capable of producing wide slow evolving pads and soundscapes, interesting and colorful leads, spicy bass lines and much more.


2 Wavetable Morphing oscillators, each containing 5 banks of morphing waves. FM,Sync

1 VA oscillator with sin/tri/saw/square/multi saw/multi square/noise .FM,Sync

2 Filters LP4/ LP2/ BP4/ BP2/ HP4/ HP2/ Pro52/ Moog4/ LP8/ Vowel/ HP+LP/ LP+HP routed in parallel. All parameters for both Filters can be linked or independent. Interesting routing options when using the oscillators Filter Select knob and the filter’s independent stereo pan.

Chorus Effect

Delay Effect

Reverb Effect

Many parameters can be modulated, using the 2 Envelops, 2 wavetable morphing LFOs and Step Sequencer. Also available as a modulation source is Random. Setting the modulations is made easily - with the dedicated modulation menus for each modulator. Multiple destinations can be edited together or apart. Just select the parameter/s to edit using the buttons, and set the amount using the dedicated knob. Right click on the knob sets it back to 0.
Its all self explanatory with the INFO for each item.


Created and designed by Tuval Shiloah 2012
Wave shapes by Adventure Kid
Knobs and graphics created using KnobMan


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Version 1.1

- Added User Manual

COMMENTS  (9)

Massimiliano Bucci
9 years ago
Simple to use ... not bad!
Rocky Durand
9 years ago
Fantastic! Long Live the User Community! :D
Björn Schmitt
10 years ago
test
Martyn Quickenden
10 years ago
Very cool - I dont usually comment but this is very playable! Only suggestion I'd make is FM amt as a mod target, would be v. useful - great work
Kyle Sachs
10 years ago
sorry nevermind. its just the OSC 3 selector thats giving me issues.
Kyle Sachs
10 years ago
perhaps its just me, but adjusting most knobs is tricky. they are all very sensitive. no complaints with the sounds. excellent work
Tuval Shiloah
10 years ago
Have fun with the manual....
Greg Killmaster
10 years ago
I think its great. Don't fully understand it yet but am getting some superb results... thanks!
Fletcher Kaufman
10 years ago
Excellent work!
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