Understand the Audio Table Module in Reaktor - Part 2 - Audio Looper
In this member tutorial, Salamanderanagram demonstrates how to improve the audio looper that we previously built. Enabling the user to program several different playback modes and trigger them individually using midi notes.
Welcome to this weeks member-only video tutorial for Reaktor.
In this tutorial, Salamanderanagram shows us how to augment our previously built audio looper by giving it some additional features, such as multiple playback modes and MIDI note triggering, as well as updated graphical support for the audio table – Instant visual feedback of our control changes! These features really are a must for any useful implementation of the audio looper ensemble.
One of the best features about this upgrade is the instant graphical feedback of the audio table. Before, any changes made to the controls of the audio looper would not render in the audio table. Now, Salamanderanagram has setup an easy fix for this, with an even easier video walk through. By duplicating the Start and End values for any occasion where a knob turns, and then sending the duplicates to an output module that controls the visual audio table module, we’re able to have instant visual feedback of our control changes.
Using audio tables in your own ensembles will greatly enhance your end product. We advise you to spend some time working with them and see what you can come up with.