This multi-talented new instrument for Reaktor combines looping, slicing, sampling and much more to provide a whole galaxy of ways to morph and mangle your sounds.
Blocks now come in Base and Prime formats, meaning greater power and flexibility. To learn more and grab the free update, read on...
Grab this free synth today and find out what its secret weapon is. A clue - it concerns feedback loop distortion...
Mash and mangle your sounds in Reaktor with these powerful effects from Flintpope - available for the crazy low price of just $2.
Blinksonic's latest Reaktor ensemble uses unusual samples and some clever synthesis to deliver results that are captivating, cinematic and often unexpected. Hollin Jones took it for a spin.
A raft of new features including open structure for user customisation come in these free updates. Here's everything you need to know.
TRK-01 from Native Instruments is a fast and powerful kick and bass sound design tool which includes intuitive sequencing and modulation features.
This is an offer almost too good to refuse. A really great analog-sounding, four-oscillator synthesizer for Native Instruments Reaktor for just a single dollar.
Native Instruments' Flesh is a powerful instrument for fleshing out your samples and loops into whole tracks. Here, G.W Childs explains how to select and mangle samples for the best results.
Flintpope's latest instrument brings a world of sonic possibilities to your Reaktor-based productions for the distinctly affordable sum of just $10. Here's the details.
Good sound design is the key to any great-sounding production. Here, synth expert Rishabh Rajan takes you on a 4-week journey through some top soft synths to perfect your synthesis skills.
Join Matthew Friedrichs on a tour of exotic West Coast patches and timbres in this free, live recorded MasterClass using Reaktor Blocks and Lyrebird.
Great news for fans of Reaktor instruments - all of Blinksonic's innovative creations will now work in the free version of Reaktor Player, and they're affordable too. Here are the details.
You don't get much for under $5... a cup of coffee, a newspaper... or a collection of 72 ambient loops plus a built-in monosynth for Reaktor!
If you like the idea of building your own instrument but don't fancy one of the heavier desktop tools, Reactable Systems' ROTOR may be just what you're looking for.