Reaktor Tutorials Website

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jeskola01
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Reaktor Tutorials Website

Post by jeskola01 » Mon Oct 22, 2012 11:02 am

Hello,

We have recently launched a new website to teach Reaktor.

Also included is a free course for subscribers to learn how to build a synth from scratch which we will be adding to over the coming weeks and months.

You can find the site here http://www.nireaktor.com

Enjoy!

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Re: Reaktor Tutorials Website

Post by Angstrom » Mon Oct 22, 2012 12:48 pm

Good luck with it, but I think that URL may turn some heads at NI . Your other tutorial sites have domains that seem less like IP infringement. (absynthtutorials.com, fm8tutorials.com). They are pretty obvious in what they are, and that they are probably not "official" and are a third party site.

This one ... Hmm, well, good luck.

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Re: Reaktor Tutorials Website

Post by JuanSOLO » Mon Oct 22, 2012 5:53 pm

thanks for posting Reaktor building tuts.

It would be awesome to see one on building something that had to do with timing and sync. For example, build something like Monoliner.

It would also be nice to see something like, Live input re-ordering in a fashion like Vectory.


Thanks for posting the Reschord bit, I love that ensemble!

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Re: Reaktor Tutorials Website

Post by botstein » Mon Oct 22, 2012 6:03 pm

Angstrom wrote:Good luck with it, but I think that URL may turn some heads at NI . Your other tutorial sites have domains that seem less like IP infringement. (absynthtutorials.com, fm8tutorials.com). They are pretty obvious in what they are, and that they are probably not "official" and are a third party site.

This one ... Hmm, well, good luck.
reaktortutorials.com belongs to Josh (of TwistedTools). I'm looking forward to seeing that site, as I love all the TwistedTools stuff, but I have particularly enjoyed fm8tutorials.com and think that some of the tutorials up on nireaktor.com are very solid.

In any case, if the domain does have to change, it's a twenty-dollar fix.
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Re: Reaktor Tutorials Website

Post by 3dot... » Tue Oct 23, 2012 2:35 am

you've saved the hardest for last..eh?
really love your sites.... keep on the good work!
can't wait for the Kontakt site...
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Re: Reaktor Tutorials Website

Post by 3dot... » Tue Oct 23, 2012 2:39 am

oh wait...one more gorilla in there....(Kontakt)
got your work cut out...
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Re: Reaktor Tutorials Website

Post by stallos » Tue Oct 23, 2012 11:42 am

Terry -mendous mate!

any trips back hame lined up?

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Re: Reaktor Tutorials Website

Post by jeskola01 » Wed Nov 28, 2012 5:23 am

stallos wrote:Terry -mendous mate!

any trips back hame lined up?
Was back in July Rab... be next year now until back! Any trips out this way soon?

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Re: Reaktor Tutorials Website

Post by jeskola01 » Wed Nov 28, 2012 5:23 am

Hey - A really interesting post just up on my Reaktor Tutorials site by Salamanderanagram

This short tutorial details how to make a TR-909 inspired kick drum sound in Reaktor, using a block diagram culled from the internet.

There is a wealth of information available online on how to make specific sounds, and translating them into Reaktor is often a fairly trivial task.

http://www.nireaktor.com/reaktor-tutori ... n-reaktor/

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