In this video tutorial focusing on programming in Native Instruments’ Reaktor, Dubspot’s sound design course designer and instructor Evan Sutton shows you how to create a delay effect in Reaktor, creating a standalone effect that you can use in Ableton Live, Logic Pro, or any other platform.
Sometimes it’s easy for us to forget that many of the tools we’re using are based on audio concepts from the physical world. In this tutorial, we’ll build on some of my previous Reaktor tutorials and explore one of the most misunderstood and under-used signal routings known to man: feedback. We’ll use this to create a single-tap delay effect in Reaktor that works great on its own, or as a starting point for many different types of DSP processors. – Evan Sutton
Evan Sutton a.k.a. Astrolith is an electronic music producer, sound designer, and audio engineer, as well as teaching sound design and electronic music production at Dubspot. He also helped develop Dubspot’s Sound Design program. You can hear Evan’s music and find out more about him at astrolith.net and soundcloud.com/astrolith.
Become fluent in the language of sound design with this comprehensive program. This six-level Sound Design program uses Native Instruments’ Komplete as a platform for learning synthesis and sampling techniques. Starting with an introduction to the properties of sound, this comprehensive series of courses covers most common synthesis methods available for music production in the DAW of your choice.
Discovering the right sound is like finding a needle in the digital haystack. Learn the fundamentals to make this easier, and gain the depth of knowledge to make a good sound better. Factory content is great, but everyone has it – your mix needs something special.
Upcoming Sound Design Courses Starting in New York City and ONLINE:
April 30, 2013 in NYC – Tuesdays, Thursdays, 6:15-9pm
May 1, 2013 in NYC – Wednesdays, Fridays, 3:15-6pm
The week of April 21, 2013 ONLINE
The week of July 21, 2013 ONLINE
- Sound Design Level 1: Introduction to Komplete 8
- Sound Design Level 2: Synthesis with Massive, FM8 and Absynth
- Sound Design Level 3: Sampling with Kontakt and Battery
- Sound Design Level 4: Advanced Sound Design
- Sound Design Level 5: Reaktor Ensembles and Instruments
- Sound Design Level 6: Reaktor Programming
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