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Blocks - 1->2 and 2->1 Switches 1.0

Modulated switches for routing audio and modulation

(7 Votes)
1.0 (Updated 3 years ago)
2.0MB
October 09, 2015
Reaktor 6
Blocks User Blocks

DESCRIPTION

Two more Blocks in Michael Hetrick's "Euro Reakt" series! These are hugely important Blocks for generative and dynamic patches.

NOTE: The state of the switch is not stored with snapshots. These are meant to be dynamically modulated. However, saving the state would definitely be useful. I'm looking to see if it's possible, or if I need to re-write my Flip-Flop macro.

1->2 Switch
This takes 1 input and routes it to one of two inputs, sort of like a binary panner.

The GATE input must take a signal with a level above 0.5 to register as a trigger (If you are using the Bento LFO, set it to Unipolar for it to work. Or, better yet, use my Comparator block to set your own threshold level for more flexibility!).

In TRIG mode, the output channel will change and hold until a new positive gate is received. In GATE mode, Output 2 will be chosen as long as the input gate is above 0.5.

With INSTANT mode set, the channel changes right away. With SMOOTH mode set, a little bit of interpolation is used, removing any pops that would ordinarily occur.

There are two GATE outputs. Depending on which output is active, the attached gate will output a +1.0 signal.

Patching Ideas
-Take one sound and patch it to one of two effects.
-Take a sequencer, and route it to one of two oscillators.
-Take a modulation source, and route it to one of two buses.
-Take a rhythm pattern, and route it to one of two envelopes.

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2->1 Switch
This takes 2 inputs and routes one of them to the output, sort of like a binary crossfader.

The GATE input must take a signal with a level above 0.5 to register as a trigger (If you are using the Bento LFO, set it to Unipolar for it to work. Or, better yet, use my Comparator block to set your own threshold level for more flexibility!).

In TRIG mode, the input channel will change and hold until a new positive gate is received. In GATE mode, Input 2 will be chosen as long as the input gate is above 0.5.

With INSTANT mode set, the channel changes right away. With SMOOTH mode set, a little bit of interpolation is used, removing any pops that would ordinarily occur.

There are two GATE outputs. Depending on which input is active, the attached gate will output a +1.0 signal.

Patching ideas
-Combine this with two 8-step sequencers to build a 16-step sequencer. Change inputs at the beginning of every 8 steps.
-Place two oscillator waveforms into here. Use either the same oscillator or another oscillator to trigger the GATE and splice the waveforms together. Use my comparator block to determine the splice point.
-Take in two different rhythms, and select which one reaches your envelopes.

COMMENTS  (2)

Shankara Varma
3 years ago
how would i patch them together to make a sixteen step sequencer running to one oscillator?
John Smith
3 years ago
I just realized that someone could use your blocks to make a Reaktor blocks calculator. :-D I think I will leave the implementation to someone else because I've got music to make!!!
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