Understand the Audio Table Module in Reaktor - Part 1 - Audio Looper
In this member tutorial, Salamanderanagram shows us how to make a simple audio looper using the audio table module in Reaktor. This is the first tutorial of a series that will be focused on utilizing Reaktors audio table module.
Welcome to this weeks member-only video tutorial for Reaktor. In this tutorial, Salamanderanagram is back to teach us some of his crazy Reaktor skills. If you have watched any of his previous videos, you know this guy is a true Reaktor Ninja! With this tutorial, he brings the intensity down a little bit, but continues to provide a great tutorial which is well suited for the novice and the intermediate alike. If you’ve ever wondered how to use Reaktors Audio Table modules, then this is the perfect tutorial for you!
This audio looper is a monophonic ensemble that utilizes an audio table module to load a sample. Salamanderanagram sets the ensemble up so that the audio file loops whenever a MIDI notes is pressed. Whenever another MIDI note is pressed, the audio sample will retrigger. This ensemble also features the ability to change the starting point, the length, and the Speed of the loop. This is the perfect setup for anyone looking to create an ensemble that can load files, loop, and modify the length and speed.
We hope that you have learned some new ways to use Reaktor. Stay tuned for part 2 of this series, which will be focused on using Reaktor’s Audio Table module.