Bassic, new synth for Reaktor
ADSR Sounds adds to the Reaktor add-on collection a new virtual synth designed with simplicity in mind.
With Bassic, users avoid spending hours with complex routing, for ADSR wanted the synth to be simple so that electronic musician can focus on music. ADSR Sounds adds that the Bassic is open source.
- 3 oscillators with multiple waveforms (saw, square, triangle…) based on VA algorithms, the OSC 3 is a one octave below sub-oscillator
- Built-in sampler
- Filter section with three audio inputs for low-pass, high-pass and band-pass ; each oscillator can be routed to any input, but the knobs control all filters simultaneously
- Effect section with distortion, formant, bitcrusher, vibrato, flanger, chorus and doubler
- EQ with three filters: low shelf, peak and high shelf
- Modulation for all controls and settings with sinus, triangle, ramp, saw and pulse waveforms, as well as an editable envelope
Bassic works with the full version of Reaktor, not with the Reaktor Player. It is available for $19 at adsrsounds.com.
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