The edit buffer can copy/paste all knobs and tables, or various subsets, from one channel to another, and even from one snapshot to another.
The instrument's custom copy/paste module natively supports selective copying of either pattern, bar, or pitchmap data from one sequencer channel to another. It also supports cloning of data subsets from one sequencer channel to all others in a snapshot, and copy/paste between snapshots.
If you are wanting to copy just a pattern, duration, or velocity table from one sequencer channel to another, Reaktor's built in table functions are available for that as well:
1.) In the A view, when positioned on the source sequence table, right-click on the table and choose TABLE SELECT MODE.
2.) Left-click and drag across the columns to copy pattern values, then select COPY DATA from the context menu.
3.) Now change to the target sequence channel with the CHANNEL control. The pattern table will still be in SELECT mode. Left-click and drag to select the cells to copy, then select PASTE from the context menu.
In the B panelset's "SNAP VIEW", Reaktor's built-in table context menu is not available, because the tables are overlaid with transparent multi-display modules to render cursors for all 16 channels (Reaktor's built-in table cursors can only display on one row at a time). You of course could delete the multidisplay modules if you'd rather have access to copy/paste operations across all table modules in one view. To do so, right click on each table in edit mode, and select DELETE once. That will uncover the tables and you could then use Reaktor's built-in table edit commands in the B view also (but the table cursors will not indicate current step for all channels).
Selects which controls are put in the edit buffer, and which are pasted into the instrument. The following targets are available:
All sequencer channel controls and table data.
Only the settings in the modulation matrix panel are selected.
Only the settings in the trigger panel are selected.
Only the settings in the note filter and beat filter panels are selected.
Only the settings in the pattern panel are selected.
Only the settings in the bar panel are selected.
Only the settings in the chord panel are selected.
Only the settings for the pitch mapping are selected. This includes any custom pitch map that has been set for the channel.
Only the settings for the controllers and record panels are selected.
When copying into the edit buffer, you can combine settings from multiple channels. For example, you could set ALL and copy from channel 1, then set PATTERNS and copy from channel 2. Now, pasting into channel 3 will put everything from channel 1 except the patterns, and the patterns from channel 2, into channel 3.
Copies the current target to the edit buffer, and pastes the current target to the current channel. You can change channels and snapshots between all copy/paste operations.
Copies the current contents of the edit buffer to every single sequencer channel.
Clears every single sequencer channel to the preset INIT state. Because Reaktor cannot natively support the huge number of controls in Husserl, the sequencer channel controls are physically shared across the channels. As a result, the DEFAULT button in Reaktor's built-in snapshot pane only changes the panel controls for the current channel (to a limited extent, not including tables) and global controls. So, the WIPE! trigger button here provides a global DEFAULT setting.
Undoes the last paste, WIPE, or INIT event. This is useful for comparisons, one can paste then undo repeatedly.
In versions v098 and earlier, UNDO did not affect table data.
In v099 and later, UNDO was implemented across table data too.