The Noizefield Particle of God Effect

Free Music Software: Developer¬†Max Pfetscher let us know about a free Reaktor ensemble effect, Particle of God, that he created as part of KVR’s 2012 Developer Contest.

Here’s what he has to say about it:

Particle Of God is an ensemble effect for Native Instruments Reaktor. The idea behind this effect is to create a delay where the delay time is accelerated. The single delays are getting faster (or even slower) for each time the delay is repeated. To get a “musical” result, the delay time and also the delay acceleration is synchronized in time and tempo.

Several parameters can be changed in real-time an tweaked by the step-sequencers.

There is also an template for hexler touchOSC available.

Here’s a demo video:

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It’s a free download at KVR.

2 thoughts on “The Noizefield Particle of God Effect

  1. I’ve been using this the past few days and like it a lot. It can drastically change sounds into interesting granular patterns and textures. Nicely designed interface too that’s easy to use. Wish there was some documentation for it though.

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