With REAKTOR 3.3 NATIVE INSTRUMENTS presents the next major update of its
highly acclaimed modular software for synthesis, sampling and effects
REAKTOR 3.3 builds on the performance and features first introduced with
REAKTOR 3 and makes it even smoother and quicker to build and modify
instruments, to use REAKTOR as a VST plug-in, and to quickly preview, add,
and replace instruments. Reworked sample-management, improved snapshot
handling, streamlined user interface, and an integrated browser let you
work even faster than ever. Combined with many improvements and additions
to the basic modules such as a grain cloud delay, FIR-filter,
clock-shuffler, FM7 oscillator, and more, REAKTOR 3.3 provides exceptional
possibilities for sound exploration.
The Fusion of Synthesis and Sampling
REAKTOR, the award winning modular sound studio, offers endless
possibilities for synthesis, sampling and effects processing ? live or in
the studio. Native Signal Processing technology boasts superb 32-bit sound
quality at 96kHz and beyond. REAKTOR's intuitive graphical interface paves
the way for endless exploration and quick construction of exceptional
sonic creations. Compatibility with all major interface standards and file
formats assures perfect integration into any studio environment.
REAKTOR supports every professional native interface. In addition to
working in stand-alone mode with ASIO, REAKTOR can also be used as a
plug-in with VST 2.0, DirectConnect, DXi, and MAS.
REAKTOR 3.3 will be available in July 2002 in the stores.
With the introduction of version 3.3 we will introduce a new price for
The recommended retail price in Europe will be 599 Euro.
The recommended retail price in the US will be $599.
All registered users of REAKTOR 3.0.x who have purchased their copy by
July 2002 will be able to update to REAKTOR 3.3 free of charge.
Windows 98/ME/2000/XP, Pentium 300 MHz, 128 MB RAM, Free USB-Port
Mac OS 8.6 or higher, G3 300 MHz, 128 MB RAM, Free USB-Port
VST2.0, DXi, DirectConnect, MAS, ASIO, SoundManager, FreeMIDI, OMS
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