Native Instruments has released Molekular, modular multi-effects for Reaktor and the free Reaktor Player.
Molekular was created in cooperation with German audio DSP innovator Zynaptiq. It runs in Reaktor 5 or the free Reaktor Player, and is optimized to integrate perfectly with the entire MASCHINE family. Molekular lets you design your own modular system with 35 effects. You can then set the effects in motion with powerful modulation and perform your effects live with the interactive morphing field.
Molekular has 16 modulation sources divided into four categories. Each category adds its own morphing speciality. You can use up to four LFOs, step sequencers, trigger sequencers, and logic modules in any combination or all at once. Frequency-based parameters can even be quantized to custom scales. Molekular comes with 35 exclusive effects. Four effects can be loaded at once and you can take advantage of very flexible routing.
Molekular’s morphing field can give your performance an edge. You can define a center position and create four master mutations. Offsetting the center position creates infinite sonic variations. You can then morph between your settings or set them in motion with the modulators all in real time.
Molekular is available now for US $149 or €149 in Native Instruments’ Online store. Additional information is available at: www.native-instruments.com/molekular