NI release Reaktor Instruments vol. 2

presets by BT, Photek, Junky XL, et al      21/09/04
The folk at Native Instruments never rest, it seems: they've been busy designing sounds for Reaktor with some of the best names in the business. Here's what they say:-

"The latest instrument library for REAKTOR 4 is now available worldwide. REAKTOR Electronic Instruments Volume 2 offers 8 unique instruments that will catapult any production into the future. The spectrum covered stretches from two next-generation drum machines, a flagship synthesizer and unique 'soundscaper' all the way to an extraordinary chord composer and 3 stunning effect units. The individual instruments truly are ahead of their time.

The services of major league artists such as Photek, BT, Junkie XL, Speedy J, Richard Devine, Jam & Spoon and others were enlisted to design presets for the individual instruments. 62 sound examples and 2 demo tracks offering an insight into the exceptional quality and versatility of these instruments can be found on the Native Instruments website. A detailed description of the individual instruments is also available.

The Electronic Instruments Volume 2 package is available now from authorized dealers and in the NI Online Shop."

Info and sound examples:

  • www.nativeinstruments.com/ei2release.info

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