Musicrow launches a filter for Reaktor
Musicrow announces the release of Analogica, an analogue filter emulation for Native Instruments Reaktor.
Available for separate purchase or bundled in Golden Ensembles 3, Analogica is described as a fast and smooth filter. Musicrow adds that it can be used in real time.
Analogica offers two 12 and 24dB per octave slope low-pass filters with cutoff and resonance controls, and a high-pass filter is present on the output. Plus, Musicrow included a ring modulator, an envelope follower with amount, attack and release controls, a Crunchy control, an 8-step sequencer and an Analogica effect for extreme results.
Analogica is available for separate purchase for the special introductory price of 18€ instead of 29€ exc. taxes. It is also part of the Golden Ensembles 3 bundle for Reaktor, also available for the special price of 99€ instead of 169€ exc. taxes until June 11th. More info at mcrow.net.
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