Can anyone identify this Reaktor ensemble?

fireapplered
fireapplered Member Posts: 6 Sine
edited September 21 in Reaktor

Ok, it's a longshot but back in 2005 I made this rough sketch with a Reaktor ensemble. not long after this my PC had a meltdown and I lost all the project files. Not sure if it was from the factory library or electronic instruments library.


The sound is the ambient/atmos loop running throughout the track from the beginning. I seem to remember the ensmeble just generated sound and I chopped and edited the parts I wanted to use.


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  • Nico_NI
    Nico_NI BerlinAdministrator Posts: 767 admin

    Could be Skrewell? 🧐

  • fireapplered
    fireapplered Member Posts: 6 Sine
    edited September 21

    Definitely wasn't Skrewell. The ensemble was very melodic and also evolving.

  • Paule
    Paule BerlinMember Posts: 331 Saw
    edited September 21

    A loop drive in Molekular IMHO.

    The melody comes from the loop evolved by Molekular.

  • Nico_NI
    Nico_NI BerlinAdministrator Posts: 767 admin

    Good shout actually, forgot about that one for a moment.

  • fireapplered
    fireapplered Member Posts: 6 Sine
    edited September 21

    I've never owned Molekular!

    Edit: I think Molekular came out about 10 years after I this made too.

  • fireapplered
    fireapplered Member Posts: 6 Sine
    edited September 21

    But i'm kinda intrigued now. You might have have sold me on Molekualr, Paule, ha!

  • Paule
    Paule BerlinMember Posts: 331 Saw
    edited September 22

    My Molekular was ordered in Dec'15 but it's older. Arachnaut creates a snap bank — myself dl it in April'14. IMHO it's not in U/L but in the old Reaktor forum. The manual is dated March'14 for version 1.0. It's build for Reaktor 5.

    Inside U/L coming and vanishing multifx instruments. So you can’t realize which fx was used. Or check your software instrument park. Mayhaps it wasn’t an NI multi effect […] and so on.

    Do you own The Mouth by Tim (Shaw) Exile?

    At this time in 2005 Leboz (Dieter Zobel) ensembles and fx where high in time.

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