Boscomac has announced Bit Torsion, a free distortion effect for Native Instruments Reaktor.
Boscomac’s Bit Torsion for Reaktor offers “animated distortion”.
As its name suggests, it’s not an emulation of bagpipes but rather an effect of mass destruction of signal. Particularly effective on Drums, I define it as a “Animated distortion.”
“Distortion” because it is here to reduce the bit, the sample rate, add gain, feedback, filtering frequency, clipping, folding, etc. “Animated” because this module has a random sequencer particular: the user chooses the settings, the direction and intensity of modulation that follows data generated randomly. Hmm, what a program!
Bit Torsion is available as a free download (requires full version of Reaktor 5.9). Donations are appreciated.
More information: Boscomac
Boscomac has announced Tranzistorg MK2, an updated version of the transistor-based combo organ instrument for Reaktor.
This version is really more complete and subtle. Leslie cab was added, it works with all cabinets available. It offers a lot of warmness on the organ. The Drive section offers two modes, Hard & Soft. There is also a vibrato and reverb that offers two modes, Sping & Slap, available in mono or stereo. Finally, the drawbars section offers a close setting Vox organ.
Also released is Baroussel, a Reaktor ensemble based on a barrel organ and a carrousel.
BARROUSEL is based on a barrel organ and a Carrousel. You can adjust the color Tone of the instrument, change the wind noise in the pipes, choose the instrument condition and act on its accuracy and its responsiveness. And finally, you can place the instrument in a kind of magical reverb …
Both instruments are available to download as freeware. Donations are much appreciated.
More information: Boscomac
Boscomac has announced the release of Delight Delay, a free delay effect ensemble for Native Instruments Reaktor.
The Delight Delay effect for Native Instruments Reaktor.
DELIGHT DELAY is a pattern-based delay controlled by a sequencer.
A central display allows you to set the level and filtering rehearsals and so draw a pattern. You can set the number of repetitions (1 to 15) determine the tempo (1/4 to 1/32), adjust the stereo (mono or pingpong) and adjust the blend.
Very easy to use, this delay grooves with guitars, runs with synths, installs synchronized vibes and many other things …
The ensemble is a free download for Reaktor (requires full version). Donations are appreciated.
More information: Boscomac / Delight Delay
Boscomac has introduced The Chiller, a free synthesizer ensemble for Native Instruments Reaktor.
The Chiller Omni-Synthesizer for Reaktor by Boscomac.
THE CHILLER is an omni-synthesizer which includes a bass section, synth section and a string section. Inspired by the ARP Omni, it is very easy to use and offers a synthetic orchestra on hand.
The instrument delivers a sound cold, reminiscent of the eighties and the new wave. The bass section is monophonic (active from C0 to C4) and other sections cover the entire keyboard. All sections can be played together.
In the autumn, let’s play with the chiller.
The Chiller is a free download. Donations are appreciated.
More information: Boscomac / The Chiller
Boscomac has announced the release of Memory Stick 20, a free drum hybrid analog/digital instrument for Native Instruments Reaktor.
MEMORY STICK 20 is a drumbox-based on analog sounds, designed like vintage gear, reinforced by digital flexibility and easy to integrate into your DAW.
MEMORY STICK 20 is a beatbox sample-based on MS20 mini analog synth. Sounds from the legendary synthesizer were carved to get a kick, a snare, a clave, etc..
Every sound has been treated through analog peripherals worthy of the name: Preamp Cartec Audio, Eq Chandler Limiter, Compressor Shadow Hills. Then they were arranged in Reaktor to give birth to an old school drum machine, simple to use and really fun in the style of a TR808!
According to sources, you can set the Tune, Decay, Tone, Drive or the Reverb and put everything in a Tape Saturation. The drum machine is compatible with the GM standard and can be used in multi-out.
The ensemble for Reaktor is a free download. Donations are appreciated.
More information: Boscomac / Memory Stick 20
Boscomac has announced Floodverb, a free reverb ensemble for the Reaktor modular studio by Native Instruments.
FLOODVERB is a special reverb that inundates your sound and plunges it into the depths of the spread. Conventionally, you can choose the level of reverb, the rate of diffusion of the reverb sound and even the color of its spread by using the band-stop filters.
But the original aspect of Floodverb lies in its three modes of actions:
- Fixed: you set the length of the reverb.
- Controlled: you choose by a midi controller that the reverb becomes inifinite.
- Ducked: when you do not play, the reverb becomes infinite and suspends your last notes.
Three interesting ways that make Floodverb is a unique effect. Let yourself go snorkeling in the background of sound ocean and maybe after a few hours of music, you will see some dolphins …
The ensemble is a free download. Donations are welcome.
More information: Boscomac / Floodverb
Boscomac has announced Hanky Tank, a free tonal percussion instrument crafted from a propane tank.
The Hanky Tank for Native Instruments Reaktor features a 4-octave pitch range.
Forget guitar on the beach, it’s overused, it’s good for the bigheads. This summer, to seduce girls and boys, opt for an original instrument, I propose HANKY TANK: This is a propane tank ingeniously sawed to get close to the Hang drum sounds.
Here you can choose the sound color, the intensity of harmonious harmonics, the detuned resonances, the decay of sound, mixing in reverb and even presicion beat on the tank.
Hanky Tank for Reaktor is a free download. Donations are appreciated.
More information: Boscomac / Hanky Tank
Boscomac has announced The Reverser, a new free ensemble for the Reaktor modular synthesis studio by Native Instruments.
The Reverser ensemble for Reaktor offerse a reverse delay effect.
THE REVERSER is a delay that reverses the sound. Originally, we recorded a sound and then we returned the tape to play it backwards, it was pretty perilous.
Today, we are far from the mechanics, but the principle remains the same except that the sound is processed in real time. Here you can set the delay time of the signal which will be read backwards, the feedback, stereo offset (spread) and mix the processed signal.
In terms of Vintage, you can saturate the tape, cut of frequencies and modulate the sound reversed…
The Reverser for Reaktor is a free download (requires full version of Reaktor).
More information: Boscomac / The Reverser