Native Instruments Spiral Sequencer

Something made in Reaktor...      30/09/08
Just recieved from Native Instruments along with this tease of a message. "A first glance at the upcoming Spiral sequencing instrument, built in Reaktor 5. Check the Native Instruments website for more info soon." No other information available.

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GOD    Said...

That's all we need....

More (totally unusable) computer-generated music....... LOL

30-Sep-08 11:23 AM


DJ Sean Sax    Said...

I'm a DEE-JAY and I wouldn't use that thing to make "music". Not a slam on NI because I love a lot of their stuff but, ummmmm, I don't thin Spiral will be a winner for them. Of course, I've been wrong before.

30-Sep-08 05:35 PM


DJ Sean Sax    Said...

I'm a DEE-JAY and I wouldn't use that thing to make "music". Not a slam on NI because I love a lot of their stuff but, ummmmm, I don't think Spiral will be a winner for them. Of course, I've been wrong before.

30-Sep-08 05:36 PM


Miatch    Said...

Well, I thought it sounded pretty. and I think it'd sound better if I could send those midi notes out to an analog synth.

01-Oct-08 12:44 AM


dumb dj    Said...

what are they smoking?

01-Oct-08 03:58 AM


MyName?    Said...

What's the point. My 3 years old son can do the same for me for free

01-Oct-08 04:49 AM


BR393    Said...

It can send MIDI out to anything you want, it's just a sequencer. Have any of you bad mouthing this thing actually used it. It's actually quite useful. It's really like an arpeggiator that allows for each note to repeat at different but related time intervals. I was using it to control my Nord Lead 2X as soon as I downloaded it. If you already own Reaktor it's a free download too.

08-Oct-08 04:48 PM


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