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nLab releases Reaktor Monolite K

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nLab Synthesis has announced the release of its Reaktor Monolite K ensemble for Native Instruments Reaktor 5.

Monolite K is an experimental yet simple sound design tool for Reaktor 5.7 and later

nLab Synthesis Reaktor Monolite K
nLab Monolite K–keyboard version of the experimental Monolite Reaktor ensemble.

Reaktor Monolite K features

  • Monolite Monophonic Keyboard version.
  • Tone Cut filter.
  • Grainer unit (granular processing).
  • Amp Envelope (ADSR) with Velocity and Glide function.
  • Fx unit with 17 different effects + automizable X-Y pad controller.
  • Filter (12/24 db) with Envelope Amount and Keyboard tracking.
  • High Quality Reverb.
  • Delay with Tape Saturation Simulation.
  • Two-Knob Master Equalizer.
  • Very simple interface with superb Waveform Display.
  • Low CPU-usage.

The ensemble is available for a donation of 10 EUR (requires full version of Reaktor 5.7 or higher).

More information: nLab Synthesis / Reaktor Monolite K

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nLab updates Monolite for Reaktor to v1.0.5

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nLab has updated its Monolite experimental noise/drone/fx ensemble for Native Instruments Reaktor to version 1.0.5.

Changes in Monolite v1.0.5

  • New stereo grainer.
  • Improved internal limiter.
  • New gain fader style.
  • General improvements and fixes.

Monolite for Reaktor is available to purchase for 10 EUR.

More information: nLab

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nLab releases Monolite for Reaktor

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nLab has announced the release of Monolite, an experimental noise/drone/fx Reaktor Ensemble.

Monolite features

  • 4 sine oscillators.
  • Tone cut filter + soft clipper saturation.
  • Grainer unit (granular processing).
  • FX unit with 17 different effects.
  • Automizable X-Y controller for fx.
  • High-quality reverb.
  • Low CPU-usage.
  • Note: The ensemble works best with Reaktor 5.6.1.

Monolite is available to purchase for 10 EUR.

More information: nLab

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