Native Instruments Releases Molekular Modular Multi-Effects Processor

Native Instruments has introduced Molekular, a modular multi-effects system for the Reaktor 5 (and the free Reaktor 5 Player).

Molekular features 35 creative effects for “advanced, creative” sound manipulation. Molekular also features slots for up to four effect modules and “near-limitless” routing options for effect arrangements. Modules include a pitch and resonator section for transforming percussive sounds into melodic arpeggios. Delay, stutter, and glitch modules allow users to create new rhythmic structures or turn any incoming signal into washed-out soundscapes. Continue reading

MIDI Hack Coming To Sweden May 17 & 18, 2014


MIDI HACK – a new electronic music ‘hackathon’ – is scheduled for May 17-18 in Stockholm, Sweden.

MIDI HACK is a 24h hackathon sponsored by Ableton, Native Instruments & Spotify celebrating the protocols (such as MIDI, OSC & CV) and technologies that are the backbone of analog and digital music creation.

During this weekend, there will be lectures and performances from artists and creators, but the main focus is on letting participants explore new ideas with electronic music technologies. Continue reading

70s & 80s Synths For Massive

70s-and-80s-synthsSounds for Synth has released a new patch library for NI’s Massive, 70s and 80s Synths.

The soundset contains 64 retro-styled presets for Native Instruments Massive. All 8 Macros are intelligently assigned to each patch for maximum variation and expression.

See the Sounds For Synth site for audio demos.

70s and 80s Synths is available for US $12.44.

Native Instruments Releases Free Compressor Plugin, Supercharger, For Mac & Windows

SUPERCHARGER_overview-03Native Instruments has releases a free compressor plugin for Mac & Windows, Supercharger.

Here’s what they have to say about the free compressor plugin:

Supercharger is dripping with the high-octane attitude of a one-of-a-kind tube compressor, with an intelligent interface designed for supreme ease of use.

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