Native Instruments has announced the INFINITE POSSIBILITIES limited-time offer on their REAKTOR 5 software. The special marks the release of the updated REAKTOR User Library – a community-powered platform for sharing and distributing REAKTOR-based instruments and devices, now with brand-new video tutorials. NI says that, combined with the new User Library, the offer is particularly compelling: Customers can save over 70% on REAKTOR 5. The special runs for one week only, from May 21 to May 28. Here's more details in their own words...
From synthesizers and sound generators, to sequencers and effects, REAKTOR 5 brings a universe of sonic possibilities to life within a powerful programming environment. Over 70 indispensable instruments and effects ranging from classic synthesis and sample techniques, to exotic delay-line resonance, modal, or granular synthesis all come ready for use, or customizable to taste. And for builders and programmers, REAKTOR 5 provides a limitless environment for creating new instruments, effects, and other devices from scratch.
REAKTOR 5 also opens the door to more than 3,800 unique user-made devices through a vibrant community based around the REAKTOR User Library. Reconstructed and updated for optimized navigation, the new User Library offers enhanced searching and sorting for improved device browsing, and a fresh new look.
New additions to the REAKTOR User Library now include videos and tutorials from Bluewater VST and ADSR. Detroit house and techno icon Mike Huckaby also contributes tutorials along with a section dedicated to his favorite devices from the User Library.
Pricing and Availability:
From May 21 until May 28, 2014, REAKTOR 5 is available at the NI Online Shop for $99/ 99 € / £89 / ¥ 11,800. REAKTOR 5 is regularly priced at $399/ 399 € / £339 / ¥ 45,800.
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