This tutorial is the third part in a series on Wave Digital Filters in Reaktor (part I, part II). Previously, we covered the basic one port elements, including resistors and capacitors, and serial connectors.
In this tutorial, I’ll provide an updated WDF library, including a parallel adaptor, updated components, and an example of an interesting oscillator made out of WDFs.
There is not much change to these, simply an update from using the ‘Wave Up’ and ‘Wave Down’ names to the more commonly used ‘a’ and ‘b’ for the wave variables of a component. This simply makes it easier to relate the components to the various available literature on WDFs.
There is also a new component available, the ‘Res Voltage’ macro. As far as I understand it, this models a voltage source with a resistor built in. The previous macro named Voltage …
In this video, I show how to use Colorstrip, an ensemble that excels at chopping and rearranging loops by Igor Shilov, better known as Sonictwist of Twisted Tools.
In this video, I show how to use Chet Singer’s wonderful Serenade ensemble, a physical modelling synth for string instruments capable of producing very organic and realistic sounds.