spr wrote:Reaktor 5 is worth the asking price just for the factory ensembles that ship with it IMO. It's an amazing value. Some of those are a bit CPU hungry, but there are many users who have lower spec machines (there are plenty of low CPU ensembles that are amazing). And there are plenty of synths and fx to keep you busy without ever designing one. New ones still pop up as well, athough what is already in the user library is enough to keep you busy for years.
MarkM wrote:I've been a Reaktor user since Reaktor V3. Version 5 is great. And yes, those ensembles that ship with it are outstanding. I think Reaktor is the king of soft synths. There were some great V4 instruments that were great too. 5 ships with a bunch of those too. I think Reaktor is a good example of just how good soft synths can be.
MarkM wrote: I really love all the wacky step sequencer synths/samplers they offer like Wave Weaver and Massive 1.1.
JSRockit wrote:This is what I am interested in as well. For my type of music, I'd say that "reaktor sound" is not used much. I think I'm going to bite.
HrBak wrote:JSRockit wrote:This is what I am interested in as well. For my type of music, I'd say that "reaktor sound" is not used much. I think I'm going to bite.
I think your right about that.
Just to make it clear about what I meant: I think many of the soft synths in Reaktor have pretty much the same timbre, and sometimes you can easily recognize it. For me it's a very characteristic timbre.
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