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A Brief Overview of Monark

Posted on 15th May, by SteveF in Reaktor Tutorials. No Comments

Native Instrument’s latest Reaktor synth, Monark, is a powerful emulation of the Minimoog. This video provides an overview of the feature packed synthesizer, and demonstrates some of its amazing sounds! Subscribe to ADSR for weekly videos   Legendary Emulation! The faithful sound reproduction of the Monark synth is light years beyond the competetion! This video provides a brief overview of Nat…



Monark view A Overview (Part I)

Posted on 3rd June, by salamanderanagram in Reaktor Tutorials. No Comments

Welcome to part I of our two-part Monark overview. In this video, I cover the functionality of all of the controls on the front panel. Subscribe to ADSR for weekly videos Monark is an incredibly detailed analog-modeling synth from Native Instruments. Even though Monark is in many ways a very standard subtractive synth, some of the controls can be a little confusing at first. Much of the interface is designed to match the Minimoo…



Monark view B Overview (Part II)

Posted on 3rd June, by salamanderanagram in Reaktor Tutorials. No Comments

Welcome to part II of our two-part Monark overview. In this video, I cover the functionality of all of the controls on the back panel. Subscribe to ADSR for weekly videos Check out Part I of this video here. The controls on Panel B are used to fine-tune various aspects of Monark. Since Monark was created to be as faithful a re-creation of the Minimoog Model D as possible, it has several features that may be undesirable in certai…


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Automated Snapshot Morphing in Reaktor

Posted on 20th February, by salamanderanagram in Reaktor Tutorials. No Comments

In this video, I demonstrate a method for automated snapshot morphing in Reaktor. The result is a macro that can be easily dropped into any existing ensemble with no extra programming whatsoever. Subscribe to ADSR for weekly videos Pro Tip The Random Merge function can also give good results! Snapshot morphing is a fast and easy way to greatly expand the sonic potential of a synth. Creating ever-changin…



Random and Morph in Reaktor for Beginners

Posted on 17th February, by salamanderanagram in Reaktor Tutorials. No Comments

The Random and Morph features in Reaktor are often overlooked – they are slightly hidden within the interface, and builders (myself included) often forget about them entirely when making ensembles. In this tutorial, I’ll show where they are, how to use them, and how to edit ensembles to use them morph effectively. Pro Tip The Random and Morph functions can also be accessed from the Snapshot Module for automation!…



Win KOMPLETE 9

Posted on 29th May, by SteveF in Reaktor Tutorials. No Comments

Want to win KOMPLETE 9? KOMPLETE 9 contains 33 full-fledged instruments and effects from Native Instruments (including MONARK, BATTERY, KONTAKT 5, REAKTOR 5, GUITAR RIG 5 PRO, MASSIVE, FM8 ABSYNTH and a whole lot more!), 12,000 inspiring sounds and over 120 GB of premium samples. Take a look at everything included inside the Komplete 9 package Want to win KOMPLETE 9? Find out how to enter on our Maschine tutorial website on the link below! htt…




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