Igor Amos wrote: ...I don't think I have your deeper understanding of DSP stuff ...
Outside of the simple delays, filters, and so on, the DSP units are rather unique. So no one really 'understands' them. We just play around a while until we get the feel for how they work.
There are a set of Single DSP presets which are examples, but again, you can change the pitch table a little and get quite a different sound from some of them, so these are just simple starting points.
For some crazy effects, you can try morphing two snapshots in the snapshot bank.
Go into edit mode, select the snapshot tab and expand the "Snapshot Morphing + Random" button.
Select the left snapshot and then a right snapshot to morph using the little slots.
The two small 'square wave' symbols above each morph snapshot tell Reaktor which one to use for the control settings
Then you slide the morph control between the two and the remaining parameters are merged and averaged together smoothly.
This can give really unusual effects and starting points because one would probably never come up with these combinations.
There's much more to this, so read up on it in the Reaktor manual if it interests you.
I use this all the time to get new effects.
You can also use Randomize and Random Merge.
When I get an effect I like I save the snapshot. Then I set Randomize to a small value and click it and listen, click and listen - each click is a small change - sometimes good, sometimes not.
There's a whole world of fun here and this applies to every Reaktor instrument.
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