macOS 10.14, 10.15, or 11 (latest update), i5, 4 GB RAM
Windows 10 (latest Service Pack), Intel Core i5 or equivalent CPU, 4 GB RAM
An Internet connection and a graphics card that supports OpenGL 2.1 or higher are required to download and activate this product. Once installed and activated, the product can be used offline.
macOS (64-bit only): Stand-alone, VST, AU, AAX
Windows (64-bit only): Stand-alone, VST, AAX
FREE PLAYER FOR REAKTOR INSTRUMENTS
POWERFUL SYNTHESIS ENGINE
REAKTOR PLAYER is a free engine that hosts synthesizers and effects built in REAKTOR. What does this mean? REAKTOR instruments built by Native and our partners need an engine to run, so install REAKTOR PLAYER first, and you’re good to go.
YOUR FREE MODULAR RIG
REAKTOR PLAYER also supports the Blocks ecosystem – all Blocks releases from Native Instruments and partners like TOYBOX, Unfiltered Audio, GENKI and HOLONIC SYSTEMS can be patched together and played in REAKTOR PLAYER.
GET STARTED WITH BASE
BLOCKS BASE is a selection of 24 Blocks that provide the essentials of modular synthesis. You get fundamental modules like audio I/O, MIDI in, oscillators, ADSR envelopes, and lo/hi-pass filters. Patch them together with color-coded cables to create unique synthesizers, and connect external hardware via CV – yes, Blocks can play with your hardware modules.
It also contains 35 preset Racks to play, build upon, dissect, or experiment with. Five of these are tutorial Racks, illustrating different synthesis methods such as additive, subtractive, and frequency modulation in a visually intuitive way.
CALLING ALL REAKTOR DEVELOPERS
The NI team would love to hear from you – get in touch to find out about licensing your REAKTOR devices for REAKTOR PLAYER.
REAKTOR is the powerhouse DSP environment at the cutting edge of electronic music for nearly two decades. REAKTOR 6 lets you take your own journey into instrument design. Start out with 70+ included instruments, plus a wealth of free devices created and shared by the REAKTOR community. Advance into rack-style modular patching using Blocks, and then step up to building custom synths, samplers, effects, and sound design tools.