SIX for Reaktor

SIX is a Reaktor synth with surprising sound design capabilities

Flintpope continues to produce innovative Reaktor instruments for pocket money prices.

Hollin Jones,  Ask.Audio

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How SIX works.

The outputs of five independent oscillators and a bank of atmospheric sounds are mixed together then routed via an LFO (LFO 1) and various FX.

LFO 1 can modulate a set of the FX parameters and the oscillator/ambient noise parameters to make the sounds move and develop, often in unpredictable ways.

So far so good, but then it gets more interesting as a second LFO (LFO 2) can then modulate LFO 1 for even more movement.

And why stop there? LFO 1 can also modulate LFO 2 for new levels of sound morphing.

Any blue dot under a dial means the LFO MOD has been activated for that parameter.

Unsure what a control does? Turn info hints ON with the “i” logo top right of Reaktor’s GUI then hover the mouse over anything for a pop-up to appear.


 

SIX lends itself to soundscapes and experimental tones and the embedded banks reflect this.

SIX comes with 60 presets in 5 banks accessed by double clicking “Embedded” in Reaktor’s side pane. No side pane? Double click the magnifying glass icon near the Reaktor logo top left.

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“Considering the ease of use, this is a ferocious sound design app.” Geza X 

3D realisation by ze.zima

Please note this is not a physical synth. Nor is it a flying toy.

You will need Native Instruments Reaktor 6 Full version to run this plug-in. Please note the 3D design in the pictures is just to grab your attention and the actual product is as flat as a pancake and will disappoint you, until you hit the keyboard and get absorbed by its sonic mysteries…

 

JUMP RIGHT IN AND GET SIX HERE for only £9.99

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