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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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