Native Instruments releases SKANNER XT
Native Instruments has announced the release of SKANNER XT – a new synthesizer for Reaktor and Reaktor player.
SKANNER XT is a raucous and exciting synth from the creator of REAKTOR. Part sampler, part synth, SKANNER XT offers a broad range of sounds – from big and nasty basses to celestial pads and intriguing, morphing soundscapes.
Highly unpredictable, this instrument delivers an edge to your productions that no other synth can. SKANNER XT runs in REAKTOR PLAYER or the full REAKTOR 5 version, and is also optimized for easy browsing from the MASCHINE hardware.
SKANNER XT is built on unique synthesis architecture, developed by Stephan Schmitt – the father of REAKTOR. SKANNER XT ingeniously mixes sampler and synthesizer, two oscillators ‘scan’ a sample. At low frequencies you get the ‘scratch’ sound of the sample being read back and forth, while at higher frequencies the dominant force is the oscillators being shaped by the sample waveform.
More information: native-instruments.com (49.00 €, 24.50 € as update for previous SKANNER customers)
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