In this video, I show how to create a few simple waveshapers in Reaktor. The quality of these can be greatly improved by oversampling – we have some tutorials on that here. Part III of the oversampling tutorials contains a simple waveshaper example, oversampled 8x.
In this tutorial, I’ll continue the work from last week, building an NES emulator in Reaktor from scratch (well, the audio parts anyway!). In the previous tutorial, I explained many of the difficulties around the emulation process, and designed a simple device to calculate the number of NES clock cycles to process for each tick of the sample clock in Reaktor.
In this video, I show how to use Reaktor to control knobs in external programs via MIDI. This technique is useful in creating automation in any program that accepts MIDI CC control of it’s parameters.