Creating an Anti-Aliased Oscillator in Reaktor
This tutorial looks at Creating an Anti-Aliased Oscillator in Reaktor using a Sine Wave and a Tanh Core function!
Welcome to ReaktorTutorials.com’s tutorial for creating an anti-aliased oscillator in Reaktor. In this video, Salamanderanagram is back to create an amazing anti-aliased oscillator that uses both a sine wave and a tanh wave shaper to shape the outputted sine wave into a square wave. Unfortunately Reaktor doesn’t provide easy access to the tanh function, so you’ll need to jump into Kore in order to get this working properly.
This tutorial spends a lot of time in Core. If you are unfamiliar with Core, this may be a good tutorial to practice with. Using Core allows for you to build functions that are not currently available in Reaktor Primary.
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