Native Instruments has published Reaktor 6.5.0 beta adding the long-awaited VST3 and native Apple Silicon support.
For a long time, there were no signs of life from Native Instruments regarding updates. But for a few months, things have been going on step by step. Recently plugins like the FM8, Massive, Massive X, Kontakt 6/7, Guitar Rig 6, and Battery 4… got native Apple Silicon M1 and VST3 support.
Another plugin, a very community-driven one, will get this update soon as well.
Native Instruments Reaktor 6.5.0
The update has made a big detour. but soon, it will be available for everyone—Reaktor 6.5.0 is here. Okay, almost. The update is currently in open beta and will be released.
It is an update that many users have been waiting for for a long time. Two highlights: Reaktor 6.5.0 brings VST3 support for macOS and Windows. Why it took such a long time for such a big company like Native Instruments to bring Reaktor to VST3 remains a mystery. But I say finally. We’ve been waiting for this for a long time.
Second big news: the new Reaktor update will have native Apple silicon support. This step also took a long time. Native Instruments is among the last to offer Apple silicon support. Don’t forget that all your favorite Reaktor instruments and effects will automatically get VST3 and Apple Silicon support with this update. So Monark and others.
I’m pleased to see that one of the best plugins from Native Instruments now gets the two features.
Native Instruments Sale
And because we are at Native Instruments. Plugin Boutique has announced a special sale on various plugins. Among other things, there is the Komplete 14 Select bundle with a 45% discount for €109. Including Massive, Monark, Reaktor Prism, The Gentleman, Machine expansions, and more.
There is also a 71% OFF sale on the popular Massive Synthesizer and a special Studio Box bundle with three Kontakt Player libraries for 49€.
The new Native Instruments Reaktor 6.5.0 update will be available soon. It’s now in beta, and you can participate by joining the Center Code platform.
More information here: Native Instruments NI forum
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