Proper path for Reaktor Ensembles?

berrymoor
berrymoor Member Posts: 9 Member

Hi) I often do my projects on machine+ in standalone mode with custom Reaktor Effects and Ensembles. They loaded to M+ and it's ok.

But then i try to load this projects on MacOS with Maschine 2 app, it's not find my Reaktor stuff...even if i copy all my custom ensembles to User library (path in settings). And I have to open every instance of the Reaktor and specify the path to .ens manually.

Is it proper way to do this? Or proper path for my .ens files on my mac?

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  • Sunborn
    Sunborn Member Posts: 2,163 Expert
    edited June 2023 Answer ✓

    By default, the REAKTOR User Ensemble folder is located here on your computer: Mac: Macintosh HD > Users > *User Name*> Documents > Native Instruments > Reaktor 6 > Library > Ensembles.

    But you can use your own path, as long as you add it in Reaktor options.

    On Maschine you have to check options and see if the path is already there, otherwise add it manually. Then do a rescan. It is also a good idea in the User library options to check the "Scan user content for changes at start-up".

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  • Paule
    Paule Member Posts: 1,328 Expert
    edited June 2023

    On my pc I've separate pathes for building my own monsters and pathes to use ens by other users.

    For this year the main folder is NI Reaktor UL useful 2023 with several subfolders sort by genre.

    Can Maschine separate .ens to .project?

  • Sunborn
    Sunborn Member Posts: 2,163 Expert
    edited June 2023 Answer ✓

    By default, the REAKTOR User Ensemble folder is located here on your computer: Mac: Macintosh HD > Users > *User Name*> Documents > Native Instruments > Reaktor 6 > Library > Ensembles.

    But you can use your own path, as long as you add it in Reaktor options.

    On Maschine you have to check options and see if the path is already there, otherwise add it manually. Then do a rescan. It is also a good idea in the User library options to check the "Scan user content for changes at start-up".

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