The Clapper, free ensemble for Reaktor
Anyone needing some claps in their projects using the Native Instruments Reaktor should have a look at the new Boscomac freeware.
Boscomac has recently release The Clapper, a sampler for Reaktor that includes the recordings of 7 claps with 4 round robins. You can either chain the samples or play them randomly.
The Clapper GUI features 6 knobs: number of claps (up to 7 at once), delay time for each sample, pan, velocity, random detune for higher humanization and a Crowd Enhancer that extends the audience simulation and allows for placing the claps in the sound field.
The Clapper is waiting for you at boscomac.free.fr, where you can also hear the ensemble.
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