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PROCESSORZ° WITH ABLETON LIVE 

By Blinksonic° - posted March 29, 2017
PROCESSORS° is a block but it can be used as a plugin in your DAW.
I recently have the question on how to use it inside Ableton Live and benefit at the same time of the inbuilt 4 stereo « mixer/send bus ».
So, here is an exemple of set-up :

- Inside Live, you must create 5 audio tracks and 1 Midi tracks.
- The first 4 audio tracks will be for your audio clips.
- The last audio tracks will host Reaktor with PROCESSORZ° loaded inside (use ReaktorFx plugin)
- The Midi tracks will control Reaktor, for triggering the PROCESSORZ° effects via incoming note in.

At these step, be sure to display the IN/OUT section of Live, to be able to route all the sources following this way :

- Switch the « monitor » of the track which is hosted Reaktor, on the « in » position, to get the incoming audio source.
- Audio track 1 >> «  Audio to » the track where Reaktor is hosted - It will route the audio signal to the default PROCESSORZ° stereo input.
- Audio track 2 >> «  Audio to » the track where Reaktor is hosted - choose « Reaktor 2L/R input, which is corresponding to the second stereo input of PROCESSORZ°.
- Audio track 3 >> «  Audio to » the track where Reaktor is hosted - choose « Reaktor 3L/R input, which is corresponding to the third stereo input of PROCESSORZ°.
- Audio track 4 >> «  Audio to » the track where Reaktor is hosted - choose « Reaktor 4L/R input, which is corresponding to the fourth stereo input of PROCESSORZ°.

After this, you should, have all sounds routed correctly to the PROCESSORZ° mixer. Note that PROCESSORZ° track will act as a master output.
Now you only need to control PROCESSORZ° from the Midi tracks :
- Again in the routing section of the Midi track >> « Midi to » must be route to « Reaktor FX »
- If you want to control the plugin from Midi clip or external Midi keyboard/pads… In the « monitor » select « in » if you want external Midi or « auto » if you use clips.

You can see on the picture below how it must look in the Live’s interface.

That’s all !!

UPDATED APRIL 2016

By Blinksonic° - posted Avril 14, 2016
RUIDOZ VERSION 2.1.9  (April 2016) : 

New additions :
- Pitch Step Editor : Set different pitch values (-24/+24) on every steps of the sequencer. 
- Route LFO : LFO can now be routed to 3 others parameters than « Pitch » : Grain, Speed (Grain), Center (Random Mode) and Reverb (dry/wet). 
- External midi trigger : when the sequencer is on pause, launch RUIDOZ gate events from external midi message (keyboard, DAW midi clips, etc..). 
- Some prepared MIDI control : Control of the global pitch modulation with the Pitch wheel of your midi keyboard. The Modulation wheel is assigned to the sample selector. 
- Automation ID ready for controlling Ruidoz in other DAW (Ableton, etc..)  
- Komplete Kontrol mapping and presets ready (not tested but it should work with MASCHINE too) 
- A new punchy features is also hided in the RUIDOZ GUI ! A little indication : look at the screws of the bottom faceplate 

AETØNZ VERSION 1.2.2 (Avril 2016) :

- Enhanced resolution for the filter depth of the Delay 
- Automation ID ready for controlling Aetønz in other DAW (Ableton, etc..) 
- Komplete Kontrol mapping and presets ready (not tested but it should work with MASCHINE too) 
- Now "Scale" and "Root Note" are independent from snapshots changes.
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RUIDOZ & AETØNZ RELEASE - DUOZ° BUNDLE AVAILABLE

By Blinksonic° - posted February 6, 2016
GET RUIDOZ & AETØNZ IN ONE PACKAGE AND SAVE 25% !! - SPECIAL LAUNCHING PRICE
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$33,86 (Taxe included) // 29,99€ (VAT included)

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Normal Price :  $45,12 (Taxe included) ///  39,98€ (VAT included)

- Ruidoz : $22,56 (Taxe included) ///  19,99€ (VAT included)
- Aetønz : $22,56 (Taxe included) /// 19,99€ (VAT included)  
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WHY REAKTOR ?

By Blinksonic° - posted February 6, 2016
There’s many software solutions for editing soundbanks and building virtual instruments. 
My choice felt on Reaktor for many reasons :
-  Reaktor can be used in stand alone or as a plugin ( VST/AU ), that lets a good compromise on portability, and it can be open in all kind of DAW (Ableton, Logic, Cubase, etc…)
- The sound engine of Native Instruments gives a reknown high-fidelity sound rendering. All the built-in modules (samplers, filters, oscillators..) can rely on a first class DSP.
- The interoperatibility for external communications is one of a most achieved. MIDI and OSC are entirely implemented. 
- Reaktor is a powerful tools for a junior developers. Reverse engineering orientated, it lets the possibilities to maintain a simplified customization. Indeed, it can be easily updated. Final users can expand ensembles according to their needs with all the features they want.
- Even if "Blocks" are trendy since the release of version 6, Reaktor is still adapted for creating Grooveboxes, Synthesizers, Samplers and Sound Generators. 

Last reason I choose Reaktor is because I used it for years. I’m still curious and attracted by other softwares like MAX/MSP, Max For Live, UVI Falcon, NI Kontakt, Pure Data..
May I will experiment and release projects with one of them in a close futur.
But Reaktor still the one I am the most able to master for designing sounds & GUI.
Last but not least, I really feel myself close to the community that revolves around it.

If it's not already the case, you can get your copy on the Native Intruments website.

WELCOME TO BLINKSONIC.COM !!!

By Blinksonic° - posted February 6, 2016
BLINKSONIC° aim to be noisy, deviant and unconventional !  
BLINKSONIC° will provide sounds that blink the eyes ! 
Noise & Glitch are the trend !