this is very interesting to me. i am just at modular level, and not yet a real expert, but i now the stuff, and can i use it, quite interestingly. i can get great results. and i know what i am doing, yes of course, sometimes happy accidents. as always.gentleclockdivider wrote: ↑Thu Apr 18, 2019 12:48 pmHere I created an effect , it splits the incoming signal in 1024 bands , just like a vocoder (with 1024 bands .mrj1nx wrote: ↑Wed Apr 17, 2019 10:28 ambut still I have a hard time seeing myself using it without polyphony. (Due to lack of time, I will remain a fairly casual user even though I'm a thorough Nerd. I could do it the "hard" way, but I just don't have time to micromanage too much, so instead will opt to use something else)
But instead of a carrier wave I used 1024 sine osc's , so the audio is reconstructed with partials
The fun part is then independently control / detune the partials
So yeah reaktor handles polyphony pretty well
The Magic word of the day : voice info module
but sometimes i want things, and have to delve deeper. this is the time yet, for fully going in, i take it step by step (i also want to make music and write [a book must be published..]), so..
i have a programming background in several languages, self-educated, and can/could achieve quite a level, even that people, where asking me things... but that is a long time ago...
why i am telling that, your "test" ensemble would be great for me to learn. and it just what i wanted, partials and split bands, and not necessarely by the way together.
learning to program, was by example, and when i reached a certain level, i didn't it on my own, and i repeat, i achieved a level, that people where asking me for examples, or solutions. long time ago, so not in my fingers anymore. o if i delve in to it, it will surface very quickly. but time, time.
so this will help me, but i wasn't ever involved in any DSP programming. i understand, the basics, a little bit.., behind a module, but not at core level yet, i.e. in reaktor. i can understand the building blocks, not the reaktor blocks, but blocks from an .ism, or more abstract: a module in VM, i have an image how it works, to a certain point... i am just a beginner.
long story, i like to use your example, to understand by example. if you want to share it, that is, of course.
EDIT: not the right thread to ask, but the post is here.
EDIT 2: i do not own the EURO REAKT rack version yet, i will buy it, eventually. but my wallet is an abyss, right now. (o not really, but i have i keep buying...)
great stuff, and in racks you can play and play around.