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spectral morph

get your kyma on

(7 Votes)
1.2 (Updated 5 years ago)
1.9MB
April 15, 2016
Reaktor 6

DESCRIPTION

turn on the fill buffer button and then play this bad boy thirty or so seconds of audio. then you select position one and position two. crank that morph knob and spectrally morph between those two frames. theres a couple extra bells and whistles, but overall that's pretty much it. this could be modified to morph between live input no problem, well except the internal structure is an absolute hot mess, and i probably won't clean it up unless someone yells at me.

edit: tried modifying to accomodate live input and found it produced little more than one would expect from crossfading. i can think of possible ways of sneakily getting around this, but this would likely still require pre loaded input. time will tell!

edit: modified names of buttons to be more descriptive to make the process a bit less convoluted. default is now to have the audio always playing, with a button to select midi trigger mode

COMMENTS  (4)

Matthew Babineaux
1 year ago
Awesome that you created this! I don't know of any other Reaktor spectral morph plug in that gets as close to the kyma as this! I still feel like I'm hearing frame jitter no matter where I am in the sample even when it's turned off, and I can't hear what the "window maker" is doing. Is there a way to get rid of the frame jitter so the transitions are as smooth as the famous kyma iPad video?
andrew aronson
5 years ago
i don't know if snaps would serve much use with this particular ens but a pre loaded audio table might help potential users hit the ground running so to speak lemme see wat i can do
Paule
5 years ago
@Lowe Zwei, it is like an effect. Push the button on the right side and load some audio in the memory .. than you can listen to the sound. @andrew, please create some snapshots for demo your ens.
Lowe Zwei
5 years ago
I Just can't understand how to use it. I don't hear any sound from reaktor.
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