CyberQuark Devastator Machine

Cal Scott
Cal Scott Member Posts: 36 Tri
edited February 15 in Reaktor

AS GOLAK SET BOOSTERS TO CRUISE THE BLACK-HOLE, WHERE WOULD HE END UP?

FEARLESS HE DID NOT CARE, LIKE A WARRIOR TO BATTLE, THERE WAS NO TIME TO THINK.... JUST TIME TO EXPLORE THE OUTER FRINGES OF THIS GREAT UNIVERSE, WHERE NO LIFEFORMS HAD STOOD BEFORE.

Its black...its noisy.... there are no controls.... it burns cpu's to cinders... and it is without any dubiosity, the heaviest machine in the entire Universe...ever! 

Welcome to the CyberQuark DM8 -Instructions.

1. Crank up sub...to max

2. Crank up main amp... to max

3. Remove studio pets

4. Load Machine in DAW

5. load up your biggest, most galaktic reverb vst

6. add on your heaviest distortion vst

7. Hit record (or Startclock in standalone)... and prepare for nausea, migraines, face melt, possible selfcombustion, sudden brain freeze, funny walk syndrome and many other numerous catastrophic side effects may occur... 

In the unlikely event of survival please continue to step 8.

8. Duplicate main output and pitch process down 1 or 2 octaves and bass amp it

bon voyage....

*HINT 

This version 8 of CYBERQUARK has a heavier and more atmospheric sound, and works well at slower BPM's even down at 5bpm.

To be in sync with your tracks BPM consider running at a quarter or lower bpm divisions (e.g. your DAW project =120 ---> run machine at 30 or 15bpm.. or try 240!!

just keep the division in a multiple if you want it to stay in sync with your track...

Ensemble has Brett's Sunpot verb and 4 of Zobel's Krafstroms and 2 Spaceverbs, an LPG +Hetricks Final Out.

*BTW if the ensemble overclocks, just whizz out one of the 4 cyberquark engines.

Comments

  • Paule
    Paule BerlinMember Posts: 195 Saw
    edited February 14

    CyberQuantuum!! Typical, Cal.

    EDIT 2022-02-14:

    Endless relax in your black hole sys. Thank you Cal. ?? There is no connection to the randomizer (unvisible on gui). Myself use the fire ball (space holder) right bottom corner.

  • Cal Scott
    Cal Scott Member Posts: 36 Tri
    edited February 14

    Cheers Paule, but thank Dieter Zobel the mastermind of Krafstrom https://www.native-instruments.com/en/reaktor-community/reaktor-user-library/entry/show/5747/

  • Paule
    Paule BerlinMember Posts: 195 Saw

    Oh yep, for Kraftstrom I build a lot snapshots in the past.

  • Paule
    Paule BerlinMember Posts: 195 Saw

    On my old pc machine CyberQuark needs 76% at 44.1 kHz. That's really well, Cal.

  • Cal Scott
    Cal Scott Member Posts: 36 Tri

    Good to know it runs ok!

  • Paule
    Paule BerlinMember Posts: 195 Saw

    All your 3 newer ones have moderate cpu usages.

  • Cal Scott
    Cal Scott Member Posts: 36 Tri

    Just trying to conserve energy! But, yes i think thats experience + building in core is more effecient, so you can do more for less cpu. i learnt 2 core cells is better if building a behemoth, cause the compile time for a giant core cell gets too slow when its beyond 60%.

    Having said that the Orchestra of Noize is next... its around 80% , but its 13 generators + a drum kit, so thats not too bad. Used 3 core cells and no problem with compile times.

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