Step filter removed from Reaktor 6 Core factory module library.

StarRats
StarRats Member Posts: 16 Member
edited January 5 in Reaktor

where can I find step filter macro? It seems this one isn't included in 'R5 the missing reaktor 5 macros bundle' from user library.

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  • StarRats
    StarRats Member Posts: 16 Member
    edited January 5 Answer ✓

    That is not correct. There are three types of DUP macros:

    Basic one , the one with a higher resolution and the last one with ' symbol which has the tolerance param. And i am confused cuz can't find out the unit in which it operates. Is it 1:1 scale? Same as the input units? Half of values below and half above?

    And still DUP macro has a different functionallty.

    It removes duplicated values. To get rid off overvoltage phenomenon or some more clever uses like freq harmonic isolation.

    As for stepfilter core macro i meant the crossover thingy.

    To separate the input signal into some spans.

    With no values filtering going on as the DUP macros do.

  • colB
    colB Member Posts: 749 Guru
    edited January 5 Answer ✓

    There is no 'Reaktor 5 Core Modules and Macros' manual.

    There is an R5 'Modules and Macros Reference' Manual, and that has a section about the Primary step filter:

    This is a Primary module, not a core macro.

    There is no reference to 'step filter' in the R5 'Core Reference' manual because there is no step filter in the Core factory library.

  • colB
    colB Member Posts: 749 Guru
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    input at top left, compare value at bottom left, events that equal the value at top right, events that don't at bottom right.

    Please read the manuals, and explore the application, this stuff isn't difficult to find, just take some time work through the library.

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  • Sunborn
    Sunborn Member Posts: 2,128 Expert

    Not an easy task. I have a huge macro library but i don't have such filter.

    You have to go to the user library and start download and check old ensembles between 2005-2015

    https://www.native-instruments.com/en/reaktor-community/reaktor-user-library/

  • colB
    colB Member Posts: 749 Guru

    Assuming you mean the Primary step filter, it's not a macro, it's a built in module, and it's not an audio filter, so it's in Event processing:

    If you don't have it, then there's a problem with your install.

    There is no 'step filter' in the Core factory library, but there are various flavours of Dup Filter which performs the same function.

  • StarRats
    StarRats Member Posts: 16 Member
    edited January 5 Answer ✓

    That is not correct. There are three types of DUP macros:

    Basic one , the one with a higher resolution and the last one with ' symbol which has the tolerance param. And i am confused cuz can't find out the unit in which it operates. Is it 1:1 scale? Same as the input units? Half of values below and half above?

    And still DUP macro has a different functionallty.

    It removes duplicated values. To get rid off overvoltage phenomenon or some more clever uses like freq harmonic isolation.

    As for stepfilter core macro i meant the crossover thingy.

    To separate the input signal into some spans.

    With no values filtering going on as the DUP macros do.

  • Sunborn
    Sunborn Member Posts: 2,128 Expert
    edited January 5

    so, is it "stepfilter" or "crossover" or what?

    we need a specific and exact name in order to find it.

    also if it's a Primary or a Core module

    To separate the input signal into some spans

    so, it is not an actual Filter (LP, BP, HP etc. etc.)?

  • StarRats
    StarRats Member Posts: 16 Member

    I said clearly step filter was listed in Reaktor 5 Core Modules and Macros manual. In version 6.4.2 or 6.5 there is no such thing listed from library's menu.

  • colB
    colB Member Posts: 749 Guru
    edited January 5 Answer ✓

    There is no 'Reaktor 5 Core Modules and Macros' manual.

    There is an R5 'Modules and Macros Reference' Manual, and that has a section about the Primary step filter:

    This is a Primary module, not a core macro.

    There is no reference to 'step filter' in the R5 'Core Reference' manual because there is no step filter in the Core factory library.

  • StarRats
    StarRats Member Posts: 16 Member
    edited January 5

    Memory fails but the point is just the single operation is needed; the classic compare with the router pair. I just thought they gave it as a ready to go solution.

    Actually you are right that core's DUP and primary step filter have indeed the same operation, i rather meant simple clamp / gate / cut filtering out values hence the compare & router pair. As for routers, they come in a single macro workout in the module branch.

  • colB
    colB Member Posts: 749 Guru
    Answer ✓

    input at top left, compare value at bottom left, events that equal the value at top right, events that don't at bottom right.

    Please read the manuals, and explore the application, this stuff isn't difficult to find, just take some time work through the library.

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