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Native Instruments today introduced Razor, a software synthesizer designed together with electronic artist Errorsmith.

 

For use in REAKTOR 5 and in the free REAKTOR PLAYER, RAZOR uses additive synthesis to create modern sounds for contemporary electronic music production.

 

Razor utilizes up to 320 partials for its sound shaping algorithms. The dual oscillator section provides an arsenal of timbres, ranging from analog-style waveforms to unconventional models like “Primes”, “Sick Pitchbend” and “Hoover Sync”. The two filter sections offers 20 different filter types including formant, vowel and waterbed models. A further section provides “Dissonance Effects”. Razor also integrates a 34-band vocoder that can also be used to process external audio signals.

 

The user interface of Razor builds on concepts of subtractive synthesizers, providing control for the underlying synthesis engine. Razor also includes a library of 350 presets with a focus on electronic sound aesthetics, designed to accommodate both contemporary club music genres like Dubstep and Techno as well as modern film and game scoring applications.

Pricing & Availability
Razor is available for download purchase in the NI Online Shop for $79/69 EUR.

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