01 - Setting Up :
In this video, we get ready to start building in Reaktor. We’ll cover the basics of setting up your preferences, setting the proper options to enable a fast and efficient building process, and navigating the Reaktor structure view.
02 - Building with Instruments :
Blocks are a powerful new addition to Reaktor 6 that loosely emulate modular synth hardware. In this video, we’ll begin looking at how to add Blocks to the structure view, and how to connect them together to make your own modular creations.
03 - Envelopes and VCAs :
Previously, we checked out oscillators and learned how to control their pitch using MIDI input. In this video, we’ll look and using envelopes and VCAs to control the amplitude of an oscillator over time.
04 - Simple Subtractive Synthesis :
Building on the knowledge from the previous videos, we flesh out our project to contain multiple oscillators, modulation, and a filter to shape the spectrum over time. By the end of this video, you should have a basic synth.
05 - Getting Creative :
Now that we have a very standard synth setup made, we can spend some time talking about some other, less conventional, ways that Blocks can be connected together. This is the fun of modular gear - experimenting with the existing components to create new and interesting things.
06 - Intro to Primary :
While Blocks are fun to work with, they can also be quite limiting. They require a lot of CPU, and you are very restricted by what you can build in terms of custom interfaces as well. In this video, we’ll look at another level of Reaktor - Primary. In Primary mode, we can build with far more options. However, things will get substantially more complicated as well.
07 - Subtractive Synthesis in Primary :
In this video, we’ll apply our knowledge about subtractive synthesis to Primary. We’ll see that things are more complex to set up than with Blocks, but we also have a substantial amount of flexibility that we didn’t have previously. Setting up the oscillators, envelopes, mixers, and filters is shown.
08 - Signal Types in Reaktor :
We have previously mentioned the existence of event signals, and audio signals. In this video, we’ll take a look at these signal types and how to translate between them when necessary. We’ll also take a look at monophonic vs polyphonic signals as well. At this point in time you should have a basic working knowledge of Reaktor and be prepared to start working on some slightly more complex projects.
There are currently no items in your shopping cart.