Reaktor 5 Legacy Bundle 2
Legacy bundle 2 features an early port of the synthcore 5d filter to Reaktor. It also contains kafka, kant, keyboard, marx, wittgenstein, and zeno. These designs have not yet been verified for R6 operation, but if you need one of them for your music and find any problems, I will fix it.
For more technical information on Hume's 5D filter, please seeSynthcore 2.1, which is the native platform source library.
here is a video of Hume 5d:
The filter can continually change cutoff, resonance, drive, filter type, and poles. The output stage is not as good as the version in Ableton Live 10, but the following features are implemented:
- The filter is 3x oversampled, providing consistent performance up to the C8 octave at standard sampling rates.
- The resonance can increase until there is only self oscillation. the filter is fully gain compensated, so it won't shatter your eardrums.
- At lower pole settings, the source signal (oscillators in this case) mixes with a 2-pole filter. At midpoint, there is only two-pole filtering. At higher pole settings, a 4-pole mixes with the 2-pole. At maximum, there is only a 4-pole filter.<.li>
At lower drive settings, the filter resonance dominates the output without distortion. As drive increases, the resonance diminishes compared to the source and filtered signal. As drive increases to the midpoint, the filter itself saturates. At higher drive settings, the output also saturates, including any source signal, until it fully clips.
- The type can also be smoothly changed between low, band, and high pass.
- The polyphonic display shows the filter curve for each voice, with each voice in a different color, after gain adjustment by the amplitude envelope.
- Over the display, you can click and drag the mouse to change the cutoff (horizontal) and resonance (vertical) with the LEFT mouse button. with the RIGHT mouse button, you can click and drag to change the filter type (horizontal) and poles (vertical).; The slider bars around the XY control for the filter let you zoom in on a particular area for finer mouse control. You can also set values specifically in the number boxes on the top right of the filter area by setting focus on them and entering numbers, or by clicking focus onto the number boxes and dragging up and down.
- Four modulations are available to any of the five filter dimensions. There are 40 sources and each may be scaled separately.
for more information on these ensembles, see: