Red Earth Audio has released version 1.1 of Rifflab, a probability based step sequencer for Native Instruments Reaktor, capable of generating and playing up to 3 scale locked sequences simultaneously.
Each sequence is generated in accordance with the probability parameters set by the user. The Probability sliders allow control of Pitch, Velocity, Note Length, Step Length, Progression, and up to 7 Modulation lines for each generated sequence.
It is capable of producing basslines, leads, melodies, chords and arpeggios with unlimited possibilities.
Changes in Rifflab v1.1
- Added Swing – flexible swing system for all note lengths, with 50% to 99% timing.
- Added fine tuning of values for velocity, note length and mods via right click on ‘Results’ Sliders.
- Added Humanize slider for velocity.
- Added note length options of 1/3 and 2/3.
- Added Start/Stop sequence triggers.
- Added Reaktor 6 block friendly outputs.
- Changed most buttons/knobs now MIDI assignable including start/stop and Generate.
- Changed Program Change functionality – now uses Results page slider values for per step changes. (Use Mod value to adjust timing for instruments that can be slow to change programs).
- Changed Mod panels now use separate button to trigger on/off state (MIDI assignable).
- Fixed possibility of sliders disabling after generation using random steps.
- Fixed Pitchbend now returns to correct pitch if not in use.
- Fixed mouse dragging inconsistencies.
Rifflab is available for purchase for $9 USD. A free Lite version with limited features is available for download. Requires Reaktor v5.9.2+ full version.
More information: Red Earth Audio