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August 20, 2004
Native Instruments has created a User Library for Absynth 2, which is now online. This library allows registered Absynth 2 users to freely exchange their own sound creations on the NI website - similiar to what users of Reaktor and Guitar Rig have been enjoying for some time now.
The Absynth 2 User Library offers a category system, convenient searching and sorting, a user rating system, automatic e-mail notification and much more. A special category even allows the convenient exchange of "building blocks" like individual oscillator channels, complex envelopes and effect settings.
Right from the start, the library already holds more than 100 new sounds from the Absynth creator and lead developer himself, Brian Clevinger.
For more information, visit their web site at www.native-instruments.comCome on the FREE COURSE TOUR