New Grid Sequencer For Native Instruments Reaktor

IceBreaker Audio has introduced Grid – a new 8×8 matrix sequencer for Native Instruments Reaktor:

GRID is designed to be a sound sequencer, it is neither a drum machine nor a sequenced synthesizer, but some kind of hybrid of the two. GRID was designed to have no tabs and a single set of controls for the sound source.

GRID is a perfect addition for any style of music; it can be bent and twisted into a variety of sounds. It is open to be used in whatever context you wish to use it. From minimal techno, to ambient soundscapes; 8-bit chip tune to distorted glitches – GRID is what you make of it.


  • 8 voice sound sequencer controlled from an animated 8×8 grid
  • 42 presets with 4 patterns per preset (a total of 168 patterns)
  • Per voice pattern length
  • Analog and digital sound generation modes
  • 2 modulation step sequencers and an LFO
  • Filter and delay effects built in
  • “Glitch” controls to add chaos and noise
  • Automatic tempo-synchronization when used in a host
  • Preconfigured TouchOSC templates for iPad and iPhone

Here’s a video demo of how to make an analog style drum beat in Grid.

You can listen to some Grid audio examples below:

Grid is available now for £20.00.

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