REAKTOR opens a universe of sound. It's a deep and powerful modular studio that sets no restrictions on creativity. More than 70 unique synthesizers, sound generators, grooveboxes, sequencers and effects are at your fingertips, with 3000+ more freely available in the Online User Library. Customize existing instruments, or create...Read More
Releases that use this plugin
laidbackluke 7 years ago
Very much into starting this up with Splice and starting to share my projects with you! I've been known to help aspiring producers out and give advice and tips about producing. This feels like it comes as an extension of it. Now mind you, one major thing I've learned over the 22 years I've been producing, is to keep it simple. And I do! Simple, yet effective and fat. The floor, or any of the majority producers out there, won't care how many crash or hi-hat stems you use. Or that you tweaked 8 hours to get this certain synth designed, which still can't compete to the multitude of amazing synth presets out there. I make music for DJs to play out, and music to dance hard to! And my time, with all the touring, and overall hectic schedule, is super limited. No wasting it ha ha. Hope you can get some easy shortcuts looking into my session, and hope it can help you to be better and effective producer! Splice this to learn how I made Stepping To The Beat!
thediscofries 7 years ago
Ramuh is a track that was pieced together from a bunch of different ideas/sounds/melodies. Some of these date back to Christmas of last year! We sat down with all of the elements and started putting the puzzle together, adding new ideas as we went. As a result, this project got CRAZY messy haha. Danny was still on his old 2010 MBP and it was struggling to handle the CPU load. So we ended up bouncing a lot of tracks down to audio, dumping them into a new session, and continuing to add plug-ins from there :) And then we did that a few more times...This made it really difficult to track down all the elements in their original form (because of course each project was named something absurd and not helpful from an organizational standpoint) but we've done our best to try and get some of the cool sound design and interesting composition bits together for you guys. The majority of the project is made up of the mastering stems we prepare when we're ready to send the track off to be finalized. We do this so the mastering engineer has flexibility to EQ/compress/etc each individual element if they think it will help the overall mix. It also makes it very easy for us to resample our own tracks (we do all the time!). We also pulled in the different synths below the corresponding track so you can see how we designed the sound, what the MIDI is, etc. In some cases it doesn't sound exactly like the mastering stem above it. That's because of the multiple projects which meant that idea was bounced to audio, processed in a new project, bounced down again and then possibly processed further. In most cases, these are minor tweaks and wouldn't be very helpful/educational anyway. Check our comments on the DNA player for some further insights and feel free to ask us questions in the comments below! - Danny & Nick
nalestar 4 years ago