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Musicrow Ebola for Reaktor

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Musicrow releases Ebola as a separate ensemble for NI Reaktor (Until now it was available only as part of Musicrow's Golden Ensembles pack).


Ebola is a semi-modular synthesizer with an architecture designed to enable you to create a variety of modern sounds with the Ebola flavor (sic), ‘’from heavily distorted leads to Hollywood style strings, sweet keys to strange and beautiful gargling sounds,’’ according to Musicrow.


Ebola includes a library of around 300 presets, with a focus on electronic sounds.


Main Features:

  • A library of 300 sounds, divided into 10 sound banks
  • Two multimode oscillators with Ring modulation, Sync, and Frequency modulation
  • Classic mode that enables you to shape your oscillator waveform by morphing between various waveforms
  • Ultrasaw mode that uses up to 9 detuned saw-tooth waves, for the creation of ‘’thick leads and pads’’
  • Wavetable synthesis mode helps you achieve evolving pad sounds, organs and keyboards
  • Sub-oscillator with Ultrasaw mode
  • Noise generator with color shaping option
  • Two multimode resonant filters that can be connected in parallel or serial
  • Three envelopes that can modulate most parameters of the synthesizer
  • Distortion section for wave-shaping: Analog saturation, Hard Clipping, Bit Crusher and more
  • Two advanced LFO's
  • Effects section that contains 9 effects: Delay, Reverb, Chorus, Phaser, distortion, EQ, ring modulation and others
  • Modulation matrix with modulation paths
  • Envelope follower that enables you to use external audio to manipulate most parameters of the synthesizer


Pricing & Availability:

Ebola is available as a separate ensemble for €39.

It is also available as part of Musicrow's Golden Ensembles 2 pack (Along with other 40 ensembles for Reaktor) that costs €119.


A demonstration video for Ebola is available here:


For more details, visit the Ebola ( and Golden Ensembles 2 ( websites.

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