Musicrow has announced the release of Analogica, an advanced analog filter emulation for Native Instruments Reaktor.
Analogica is a fat and smooth analog sounding filter. It offers a distinctive warm character, sweet and beautiful self oscillation sound, flexible design and an intuitive interface.
Analogica enables you to fulfill any filtering mission with ease. It is not only suitable for elementary filtering tasks, but also capable of producing beautiful raw distortion sounds, interesting rhythmic patterns and unusual musical effects.
Turn on the Ring Modulator and let it scream, produce a crunchy distorted sound using the Drive control, or turn (slowly) the special Analogica control for extreme results!
Make your sound move with the groove! The Envelope Follower will let you modulate the filter cutoff depending on the incoming signal level, and the built-in Sequencer will add movement and excitement to your sound.
This filter can sing! By turning the resonance all the way up, you will get the desired sweet self oscillation sound that makes all the difference.
- Warm analog filter sound.
- Intuitive and flexible design.
- Beautiful self oscillation sound.
- Two different types of low-pass filters.
- 12/24 db/oct slopes.
- Ring modulation.
- Envelope follower.
- Step sequencer.
- Crunchy drive/distortion.
- The analogica effect for extreme results.
- High-pass filter at the output stage.
Analogica for Reaktor is available to purchase for the introductory price of 18 EUR (regular 29 EUR).
The Golden Ensembles 3 (including Analogica) is now also 40% off, priced at 99 EUR until June 11th, 2013 (regular 169 EUR).