Musicrow Ebola Reaktor Ensemble

Now Available For Purchase      22/05/11

Musicrow has announced that Ebola for Native Instruments Reaktor, previously only available as part of a Reaktor Ensembles Pack, is now available for purchase separately. 

Ebola is a semi-modular virtual analog synthesizer and comes with a library of 300+ presets. 

Main Features:

  • A library more than 300 high quality sounds, divided into 7 sound banks
  • Two multimode oscillators with Ring modulation, Sync, and Frequency modulation.
  • Classic mode that enables you to shape your oscillator waveform by morphing between many different waveforms
  • Ultrasaw mode that uses up to 9 detuned saw-tooth waves, for the creation of extremely thick leads and pads
  • Wavetable synthesis mode helps you achieving evolving and interesting pad sounds, organs and keyboards
  • Sub-oscillator with ultrasaw mode
  • Noise generator with color shaping option
  • Two multimode resonant filters that can be connected in parallel or serial
  • Three envelopes that can modulate almost any parameter of the synthesizer
  • Advanced distortion section for wave-shaping: Analog saturation, Hard Clipping, Bit Crusher and more. 
  • Two advanced LFO's
  • Extended effects section that contains 9 high quality effects: Delay, Reverb, Chorus, Phaser, distortion, EQ, ring modulation and others
  • Modulation matrix with countless modulation paths
  • Envelope follower that enables you to use external audio to manipulate almost any parameter of the synthesizer

Pricing and Availability

Ebola is available now for €39.

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James Lewin
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