Examination of the Razor Ensemble for Reaktor - Part 3
The third of five parts examining the Razor Ensemble for Reaktor. This video overview shows off Razor’s filters and their ability to effect the sound!
In Part 3 of the Razor Ensemble series, YouTube user Greg B examines the various filter types of the Razor Ensemble. The Razor ensemble offers a number of filter types allowing you to create the perfect sound. Ranging from the basic Lowpass to the more complex Comb Filters, each filter can have their parameters mapped to a MIDI controller for easier manipulation. Their effect on the sound is really quite amazing, and what you create using Razor is only limited by your creativity.
This series of tutorials is a great stepping stone for those who are unfamiliar with the Razor Ensemble for Reaktor. It covers everything from loading the ensemble and getting it to function properly, to working with the oscillators and filters in great detail. This is a must see for anyone who has considered using the Razor Ensemble.
Based on additive synthesis, the Razor Ensemble for Reaktor has a dynamic and precise sound that is well suited for a range of instruments. Consisting of 320 partials, the Razor’s sound is immaculately honest. Even when heavily modulated, this beast of a synth remains precise and clear cutting, even through the muddiest of mixes!