Reaktor V 5.1 Now Available

New Sound Generators And Loads More Sounds      09/01/06

Native Instruments claim that their Reaktor is the grandaddy of the soft modular and they are probably about right on that one - with a massive library of components, the number of synthesis options can be quite staggering. Essentially, you get to make your own synth from the ground up using a vast number of component soft circuits. Now, with the announcement of version 5.1, Reaktor has got even larger. With an abundance of new instruments and sounds for live and studio use. There are now a grand total of 63 included sound generators and effects. REAKTOR 5.1 offers the brand-new synthesizers Gaugear, Equinoxe Deluxe, FM4 and 2-Osc and the SQx and Snapper sequencers. Beyond that, enhanced versions of the ensembles Massive, Oki Computer 2, FlatBlaster and Splitter as well as ground-breaking live sampling instruments are also included.
Registered REAKTOR 5 users can download the 5.1 update for free. The REAKTOR Online User Library includes more than 2100 free instruments designed by inspired REAKTOR users. A few weeks ago the price of the REAKTOR 5 full version and updates from older versions were permanently reduced by 20%, so now may be the time to check out Reaktor if you haven't already... More on REAKTOR 5:
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