At Superbooth 2017, Native Instruments announced a new update for Reaktor that includes several new cool blocks modules and other features. Near two months after this announcements, NI released today this free update for all Reaktor 6 users.
For me personal, only Reaktor 6 worth currently absolutely the asking price because it includes so amazing devices for sound design. With over 400 free blocks modules available in the user library, you have unlimited ways to make sounds. Check out below this amazing new release.
These five modules – two innovative sequencers, one oscillator, a morphing filter, and an experimental noise generator – are not modeled on specific hardware. Instead, Kodiak modules combine analog character with digital power.
Blocks 1.3 also includes five completely new ensembles built around the new Kodiak modules – each effectively a brand new synth. The ensembles feature 195+ expertly crafted and inspirational presets, showcasing the analog soul and digital brain of the Kodiak family.Reaktor Blocks v.1.3 Kodiak
- Duality Osc: A powerful wave-shaping dual oscillator offering phase, frequency, amplitude, and timbre modulation. Ideal for growling basses, vibrant leads, and rich percussion.
- Shift Sequencer: With independent sequence-length and direction controls for pitch, octave, velocity, hold, and gate, this unconventional step sequencer makes polyrhythmic sequencing easy.
- Curve Sequencer: Unashamedly inspired by MASSIVE’s Performer, Curve Sequencer offers complex stepped modulation – perfect for electronic music styles.
- Morph Filter: An instantly loveable resonant filter bank designed to morph between settings for vowel sounds, chords, or pinged percussion. Perfect for making anything sound like daft funk.
- Flip Gen: A versatile tone generator and noise source that’s great for bleepy sequences, bell-like FM, morse, pitched noise, crackly textures, and more.
The Reaktor Blocks update is now available for Reaktor 6 registered users from the Native Access app.
More informations here: Native Instruments
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