This video tutorial shows how to create a simple Reaktor Delay Effect that can be used as part of an instrument or as a Reaktor Effect!
Evan Sutton, Senior Sound Design Instructor at Dubspot, demonstrates how to create a delay effect using NI’s Reaktor. This Reaktor Delay Effect is a complex setup that can be used as part of a built-in instrument, or as an Reaktor Ensemble effect in your favorite DAW.
Start the Reaktor Delay Effect by creating a New Effect. Inside the New Effect, add a Single Delay Module, a Saturator Module, a Math – Multiply/Add Module, and a Crossfade Module. Create a Control for the Single Delay, and entitle it Delay. This will be the control for the Delay Time. Next, create a Control for the Math module module, and entitle it Feedback. As the name implies, this will control the amount of Feedback. Lastly, create a control for the Crossfade module and title it Dry/Wet. The Dry/Wet will control the mix of our unprocessed signal (dry) and out processed signal (wet).
Connect the input of Channel 1 (Left) to both the 0 0 of the Crossfade Module and to the input of the Math Module. Connect the Crossfade Module to the Output of Channel 1. Connect the output of Single Delay Module to both the 0 1 of the Crossfade Module and to the input of the Saturator Module. Connect the Output of the Saturator Module to the input of the Math Module and run the Output of the Math Module into the In of the Single Delay Module. Clone everything in the setup, minus the Controls, for Channel 2 (Right). Set the each Control to control both the matching modules on each Channel. The connections of the Reaktor Delay are fairly complicated, but if you follow the video carefully everything the Reaktor Delay should work just fine.