Reaktor Tips: tutorialBack in the day when I was blogging at the now-defunct kore.noisepages.com, I did a series on the inner structure of a basic sequencer macro, one that could be easily adapted for many uses. Those posts have vanished into the bit-ether, so I'm rebooting the topic with a revised macro and an ensemble that shows how to use it. And here it is! download link All controls are tool tipped - there's sequence length and clock speed controls, an IC send menu and value range controls - see below for details. Last time around, I posted the macro and dived right into the inner structure, explaining it bit by bit from the inside out. This demo instrument is a rhythmic FM noisemaker that has three sequencer macros mapped to the volume, carrier pitch and modulation amount. The Roux macro can be slapped into any Reaktor instrument, and doesn't even require wiring stuff together. Now, why is this macro called the Roux?