Watch Matt Cellitti demo and explain some of Komplete's most powerful and unusual Reaktor Ensembles and learn much more about the wonderful world of Reaktor.
This playable granular synth and beat looper for Reaktor inspired Noah Pred to create some excellent new sounds. Here's how he got on...
A sample player loaded with 101 synth samples from an iconic 90s synth, Flintpope's latest Reaktor instrument is available now to download for the amazingly low price of... free!
This free MasterClass shows you how to unlock the power of Toybox Reaktor Blocks and you'll also get the chance to win NI software, an Ask.Video year subscription and more!
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...
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.
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.
There are many fine add-on synths created for Reaktor, but did you know about these five great models that come as part of the standard Reaktor library?
BlinkSonic has two innovative Reaktor ensembles, Aetonz and Ruidoz 2, bundled together as Duoz, for use with Native Instruments' Reaktor 5 and 6. But, how inspiring are they?
Flintpope has recently updated his popular (and first) Reaktor set for Mikro Prism. It's now available for Ableton Live 9.5 Intro by way of 24 Simpler presets.
In his latest course exploring the best Reaktor ensembles available, Rishabh Rajan showcases Massive, a 6-channel, sample-based sequencer. Watch the short video here.
Tim Exile, innovator and electronic musician, has created something rather unique for NI Reaktor, Flesh. Designed to create full tracks from just rhythm tracks it's well worth checking out.
Since Native Instruments released Reaktor 6 with its modular Blocks feature we've been wondering who will be first to create their own Blocks module... and the prize (seems to) go to Amazing Machines.