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Humble Blocks, formerly Bargain Blocks

It's a bunch of CPU efficient, single purpose blocks

(15 Votes)
1.1 (Updated 3 years ago)
6.5MB
September 25, 2015
Reaktor 6
Blocks User Blocks

DESCRIPTION

EDIT:

Ok, at first I was amused by making these look like generic white label things. However, the novelty wore off and I got sick of looking at the ugly things. So, bargain blocks has been re-branded to humble blocks with a lot nicer looking skin.

This is the same exact thing as bargain blocks as far as intended purpose and DSP. So, if you like the look of the old ones, then keep them. I have also added a notch filter and peak filter to the collection.

/EDIT

This collection of blocks is cheap on the CPU and monitor space, but not cheap on sound. They are made from reaktor core modules that ship with R6.

The CPU cost is cut by limiting the options, so in those cases where you just need something to do one thing, then these are a better choice than some of the factory blocks.

There are 5 oscillators, the standard sine, saw, triangle, pulse, and another sine with FM input.
These also work as LFOs, just hook up a clock divider to the reset and it's synced.

There are 5 filters, they are all 2 pass svf filters that only have one type of output. They are built from the optimized macros in the core library. There are LP, HP, BP, and just added, notch and peak filters.

COMMENTS  (12)

giona francesco arturo vinti
3 years ago
for some reason i prefer the previous look, anyway thanks for the great work, these bundle really comes in handy
Jason Leiter
3 years ago
Thanks. It should have already had that. I'll fix that when I upload another version, I want to see what else I missed first though, just so I don't spam up the user library too much.
Jedinhopy Xelon
3 years ago
The header: Bargain Filter. Should use this: Bargain LP Filter. Since the text above the knob says: LP FILTER.
jason corder
3 years ago
Sold!
Phil Durrant
3 years ago
Nice idea - very useful!
Christian Linder
3 years ago
Brilliant Jason! maybe something like an 'audioinput block' with a gain trim and a simple HP filter (like on a mixing console) could be useful? at least if you're playing an external instrument direclty into Reaktor.
Colugo _
3 years ago
Oh yes that makes more sense actually, I had a brain fart and missed the keytracking button.
Jason Leiter
3 years ago
the idea was to use them as LFOs with keytracking turned off. I'll look into that though Colugo.
Colugo _
3 years ago
These work better as LFOs if you go to Process -> OSC Tuning -> Track and remove the Clip MinMax module.
Colugo _
3 years ago
Love it! Very utilitarian.
Jason Leiter
3 years ago
Yeah, for that I was thinking like, a saw-square, and sine-saw, you can move between only two waves, like in Massive. Maybe add sync or FM, but not both together, that would be premium CPU prices. I'm trying to keep the costs low so I can pass the savings on. I'll probably make the GUI look like Aldi colors or something, hah.
jbuonacc
3 years ago
lol, awesome. looking forward to the "store brand" collection! :)
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