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Block - Oki Computer Oscillator translation

It's the oscillator from Oki Computer 2

(23 Votes)
1.2 (Updated 4 years ago)
9.0MB
September 23, 2015
Reaktor 6
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DESCRIPTION

It's what it says it is. I had this up before, took it down because it had a gamebreaking bug. I fixed that one.

EDIT: Pitch glide bug is fixed. Also did the same thing for the wave knob and distortion knob mods, both should now modulate more smoothly. Also fixed the drive type button so that the 'e' triangle fits.

COMMENTS  (16)

n s
3 years ago
Magic. Thank you!
Ken Kovach
3 years ago
Very cool!
Ben Bainbridge
4 years ago
Thanks very much having some fun with this one!
heinrich zwahlen
4 years ago
Thank you very much, Oki one of my faves!
Stewart Fernandez
4 years ago
Awesome !
Bryce Upright
4 years ago
This Oscillator is amazing. It's because of Blocks like this, Reaktor is really starting to give me the fun and sonic adventure I get with my Eurorack hardware. A+ block
andreas haun
4 years ago
+1 !
Jason Leiter
4 years ago
Actually, I did port a lot of it. The Wave table and drive are straight from the original. I had to make the controls (from template) and made sure things were switched to audio instead of events, get the ABs hooked up and ensure that all the numbers scale correctly. Thanks for giving me extra credit though.
Deniz Eren
4 years ago
I see that you didnt try to "Port" it as I did but rebuilt it completely in Core Process. damn that good. Nice work
Deniz Eren
4 years ago
Thank you man, You managed to do this before I did. I probably were getting over my head. I think I dont know enough about Core elements to pull this off. But thanks. Now I can attempt at other projects :D
ae ae
4 years ago
Thank you Jason
Jason Leiter
4 years ago
I knew it had something to do with that latch and audio and event signals but my core kung fu was not strong enough. Thanks Colugo_.
Colugo _
4 years ago
To fix the pitch glide bug: 1. In the Process Core cell, remove the display latch between OSC Tuning and {C1} Out. 2. Switch {C1} Out signal mode to audio (this automatically breaks the {C1} connection between Process and Panel). 3. In Panel, place an A to E module between {C1} In and OSC Tuning. 4. Re-connect Process and Panel {C1} terminals. Hope that makes sense :D
Brett
4 years ago
Thank you, this is awesome. It's not easy work making blocks but please keep it up.
andreas haun
4 years ago
maybe u can give the gui more room for the word triangle wich is cut on the "e"
andreas haun
4 years ago
every block is a good block ;-) ! thank you
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