Soft Modular Synths

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hps909
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Re: Soft Modular Synths

Post by hps909 » Mon Mar 27, 2017 10:53 am

for reaktor check cloudlab 200t
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UnpvmEkvWKo
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Stromkraft
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Re: Soft Modular Synths

Post by Stromkraft » Mon Mar 27, 2017 10:58 am

hps909 wrote:for reaktor check cloudlab 200t
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UnpvmEkvWKo
Looks cool! And free too. Too bad it requires Reaktor 6. 5.9.4 works so well for me I don't see a reason to switch.
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Angstrom
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Re: Soft Modular Synths

Post by Angstrom » Mon Mar 27, 2017 11:21 am

R6 wasnt a massive upgrade, and in fact their opaque reorganisation of the file system regarding macros, instruments and ensembles left me with a big headache ... It almost seems unfinished in that regard.

But the benefits are: access to many great "blocks" which are based on current popular eurorack modules. Specifically the (Free) Euroreakt pack which has over a hundred modules based on all the popular eurorack suppilers. Think softube modular, but where all the content is free.

As for Reaktor compatible "modulars" the Boland system 700 synth in the user library is lots of fun. Its not even built on Core but its relatively lightweight and keeps me entertained for hours.
https://www.native-instruments.com/en/r ... show/7013/

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Re: Soft Modular Synths

Post by Stromkraft » Mon Mar 27, 2017 11:45 am

Angstrom wrote:
the benefits are: access to many great "blocks" which are based on current popular eurorack modules. Specifically the (Free) Euroreakt pack which has over a hundred modules based on all the popular eurorack suppilers. Think softube modular, but where all the content is free.

As for Reaktor compatible "modulars" the Boland system 700 synth in the user library is lots of fun. Its not even built on Core but its relatively lightweight and keeps me entertained for hours.
https://www.native-instruments.com/en/r ... show/7013/
Yes, but I don't want to pay the performance penalty that Blocks likely would put on my system. Rather I get my elbows dirty getting into Reaktor as is.

I'll check out Boland. Thanks!
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