Reaktor Programming - MIDI Delay Effect
Welcome to this weeks original Reaktor member tutorial. This week, we welcome back Salamanderanagram and his abundant Reaktor knowledge as he guides us through MIDI Effect programming in Reaktor!
In this tutorial, Salamanderanagram demonstrates how to create a MIDI Delay Effect. In an attempt to emulate an audio delay, this effect allows you to send out a succession of MIDI notes to other instruments after receiving an original MIDI note. Each note can be edited so that the values of the Note Velocity or the Note Pitch may be changed.
This slightly complex patch is a great stepping stone into the world of Reaktor MIDI programming. The concepts displayed in this video hold true for almost all Reaktor MIDI ensembles, and are widely displayed in most patches.
Both Reaktor and MIDI programming can be tough ideas to conquer. However, given enough time and practice, the concepts become easier to grasp. If you find that you are having trouble utilizing the information in this video, make sure to check out the forums and ask for help. We have a team of Reaktor Ninjas that will surely be able to help answer your questions!