I finally managed to extrapolate the Rungler portion of my Bengiolino unit so you can use it in a more modular fashion with whatever clock and data input you want to modulate whatever you want.
To use it just give the Clock control an input from an internal or external clock source (lfo, oscillator, noise, whatever…) or insert a sine osc as a clock then do the same with the data input (again, use whatever external or internal source or insert an oscillator here).
Then use it to modulate whatever parameter of whatever unit you want. Put it in a global chain to be able to use it on all chains.
I decided to put a Rectify unit at the end of it so you dont risk driving Vco’s into negative frequency land, but if you prefer it rough you can navigate it (click on “open”) and delete the rectify unit at the end of the subchain.
- scale : controls a bipolar VCA to scale the very big range coming out of the rungler
- offset : controls an offset unit with which you can shift the signal up and down as required by the destination you are modulating.
cpu : about 9%
firmware : 0.4.11 or later
requires : nothing
credits : as with my previous Bengiolino release infinite gratitude to mr. Rob Hordijk for the shared knowledge and for the glorious Rungler invention. Infinite gratitude to mr. @trickyflemming for his Reaktor 6 port of the Rungler that split my brains open and helped me figure out the pseudo DAC portion of my Rungler version.
tips: use it on a global chain to be able to exploit it across all chains. feed the rungler output back to the clock source frequency for some very weird timings. start with a scale value of 0.001 if you are modulating a v\oct input.
Rungler.unit (58.5 KB)