Reaktor

Heavyocity releases Calc-U-Synth for Reaktor & Reaktor Player

Heavyocity Calc-U-SynthHeavyocity has partnered with Icebreaker Audio to release Calc-U-Synth, a vintage lo-fi synthesizer instrument inspired by the Casio VL-Tone. Calc-U-Synth is a faithful reproduction that brings the digital retro goodness of the classic digital calculator/synthesizer hybrid to Reaktor and Reaktor Player. “Calc-U-Synth was designed to present the full capabilities of the original’s programmable features in […]

Flintpope releases FLINTKOMPLETE multipack bundle for Kontakt, Reaktor & Massive

Flintpope FlintKomplete1Flintpope has introduced its first small multipack for owners of Native Instruments Komplete. FLINTKOMPLETE comprises three Kontakt instruments, two Reaktor ensembles and a set of presets for the Massive synthesizer instrument. All sounds are Flintpope originals consisting of hundreds of samples and dozens of presets. KONTAKT 1 BASS — Flintpope’s BASS for Kontakt offers sixteen […]

Blinksonic° noisy, wonky & glitchy ensembles get Reaktor Player support

Blinksonic ensemblesFrench artist and sound designer Sylvain Stoppani of Blinksonic° has announced the release of updates for its RUIDOZ°, AETØNZ°, SUBSTANZ° and VOZ° ensembles, bringing the original sound concepts to the free Reaktor Player platform. As Native Instruments announced it few weeks ago, Reaktor powers now third-party synths and effects. I am delighted to confirm that […]

Native Instruments releases Decoded Forms expansion for Maschine by dBridge & Kabuki

Native Instruments Decoded Forms featNative Instruments has launched Decoded Forms, a new Maschine Expansion pack featuring a collection of iconic drum breaks, meticulously recorded and reimagined for Maschine. Decoded Forms was created in collaboration with dBridge and Kabuki, and features exclusive Massive and Monark presets designed for rich, melodic bass. At the core of DECODED FORMS are four iconic […]

Native Instruments launches special offers on Heavyocity instruments

NI NKS HEAVYOCITY SpecialNative Instruments has once again partnered with Heavyocity to offer up to two thirds off the cinematic sound specialist’s range of Kontakt instruments and Reaktor devices. Available from the NI Online shop until September 5, the offers include four exclusive bundles, and twelve individual products – including new instruments Vocalise 2 and NOVO: Modern Strings, […]

Native Instruments updates Reaktor to v6.2.0 with NKS mapping & Reaktor Player support for 3rd party products

Native Instruments Reaktor 6.2.0Native Instruments has released version 6.2.0 of Reaktor, bringing NKS mapping to third-party devices created with the Reaktor platform, providing carefully planned control-mapping and integration for Maschine and Komplete Kontrol S-Series keyboard owners. The update also brings third-party device compatibility to Reaktor Player, making instruments from Heavyocity, Twisted Tools, Blinksonic, Tim Exile, and Tonsturm accessible […]

Tim Exile’s SLOO swarming synth now supports Reaktor Player

Tim Exile Sloo for Reaktor PlayerTim Exile has announced that its SLOO voice swarm synthesizer instrument is now available for the free Reaktor Player. SLOO has had an amazing response since it was released in March but you needed to have a full license of Reaktor 6 to use it… Until now! From today SLOO is now integrated with the […]

Amazing Machines releases Voltage Controlled AHDSR for Reaktor Blocks

Amazing Machines AM107 Voltage Controlled AHDSRAmazing Machines has launched AM107 Voltage Controlled AHDSR, a new Reaktor Blocks module. A 5 Stage Envelope Generator with Selectable Rate that

SUBSTANZ° groovebox & finger drumming instrument for Reaktor updated

Blinksonic Substanz updateBlinksonic° has released version 1.2 of SUBSTANZ°, a Reaktor instrument that offers a complete arsenal for performing modern beats with only 4

Native Instruments celebrates new Blog with Komplete Kontrol S49 giveaway

NI Komplete Kontrol S49 GiveawayNative Instruments is giving away a unique Komplete Kontrol S49 controller keyboard in celebration of the launch of its new blog. To