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Old 12-06-2009, 03:38 AM
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Default Numerology and Reaktor

So, 'ive got Reaktor and i'm really well with it.
I'm curios about other people around here integrate Num and Reaktor.
For now i'm involved to create some FX with Reaktor to use it in Numerology,
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Old 12-07-2009, 07:23 AM
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Me too! Using it for audio effects mostly. Typicaly custom built ones, although I do like some factory ones too (e.g. Space Master 2).

First off, some of the cool things about Reaktor now seem to be kind of superfluous to me, since I prefer to use Numerology for some stuff that could also be done in Reaktor (most importantly: step sequencers; also thinking of MIDI effects like scale correction or arpeggiators). I still do like to have multiple choices of tools to do any given job, so I can better compare and select them (in fact, I consider Reaktor to be one of the lessons learned that enable me to really appreciate how awesome Numerology is). R5 and N2 are still sufficiently different in scope and style that owning one definitely does not mean having no use for the other.

One of the first ideas I've had for the Numerology/Reaktor combo in particular, is to make some 'master control panel' from where I can have an easy overview of what's going on, and send out the proper MIDI commands to several modules in a Numerology project (not generic; but highly optimized for a particular project), to control stuff like volume, (un)mute, key, etc.).

Btw, it makes me even more excited about stuff like multichannel input/output and OSC that Jim has mentioned in relation to the next-gen Numerology. :-)
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Old 12-07-2009, 08:38 AM
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Default Reaktor for beginners....

Hello,
for beginners there is a Nord Modular simulation even with sequencers and mutch more in the library since a few months, absolute nice!!

If you like have a look here:
http://co.native-instruments.com/ind...l&patchid=8957

If the link does not work search the library for Ampere Modular from Chet Singer.

Put together the modules from macros you can download seperate, have a look in the mittle of the long text the is a link.

be careful this special modular macros could not been mxed with the normal Reaktor macros from the library without modifications!

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Old 12-10-2009, 10:42 AM
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Default Ernest Meyer's Reaktor ensembles

Sjoerd,
Have you looked at any of Ernest Meyer's work in terms of Reaktor
controls? He has some interesting work (both freeware and payware)
and is very amenable to modifications to them in response to user's
requests. His website is http://heavensonearth.com/
He is also working on integrating OSC commands into his ensembles,
particularly Husserl.
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Old 12-10-2009, 11:05 AM
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Sjoerd,
Have you looked at any of Ernest Meyer's work in terms of Reaktor
controls?[..]
No I haven't (there's so much stuff for Reaktor... :-D), thanks for the tip!
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Old 12-10-2009, 01:02 PM
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Thanks to all for the answers
I totally agree Sjoerd : me too prefer use Numerology as sequencer and use reaktor for mangling audio, even use Reaktor to control Numerology seem good.
In reaktor i like a lot the preset morphing, the only thing that i dont like in Reaktor as Au is absence of midi out.
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Sjeord,
My pleasure. You have given me plenty of information through
your posts on various forums over the years and I am glad to
be able to reciprocate. :-)
Cheers,
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