yes I did study it some but I ran out of time because I spent to much time on Massive and Kontakt. I did a week subscription through my iPhone. But, it's good to meet you through the forum. I like your tutorial but I wish it did more from what I could see. Let me explain below.
I look at the Macro/empty but I can't find any documentation on that. I read on another forum that macros are not in the "Modules and Macros" reference but Macros are covered in the other one "Core Cells".
Here's the thing: When it comes to the classic synths (sequencers) such as the "Blue Matrix" or Blue Matrix seq", which show up differently in the structure,I didn't think there was any documentation at first. Then I started thinking; the design is the property of the designer so there wouldn't be any. Then, I looked at the structure of "Blue Matrix" and I noticed none of those are available to the user but if you go deeper in to all those pages you finally get down to the components that are. Needless to say, if I was to go into the Blue Matrix it could take weeks for me to build that for practice. My idea was to get some synth control into it so the sequencer is driven by a midi in rather than play it self. I have some electronics background so it's not difficult for me to understand what's going on but making it work can be more difficult unless I have studied a great deal of it already.
The real question is the "Prism" not being useable with other synths. What I did was paste it into an empty macro. I'm thinking that the player synths shouldn't be inside macros or core cells. This is what I want to know about certain synths. I'm just looking for a straight understanding on these synths. I plan to study the references more to see if I can get a better understanding. It's not that I don't want to read them it's that it's necessary that I apply them to an instance of Reaktor at the same time.
I will take out another subscription just to do your Reaktor tutorial. I think the understand it gives will really help and if you like I will post back to tell you my thoughts. I think you cover a lot.
Thanks Brain! It's great to hear from the voice on the tutorial.