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NI Releases Reaktor 4.1 for Win/Mac

Native Instruments has posted a free update for their modular sound design environment, making improvements and optimizations in a number of areas.


Version 4.1 Update of Reaktor Released

March 25, 2004

Native Instruments announced that the Reaktor 4.1 update is now available. The latest version includes dozens of new features and enhancements, making NI's modular sound design studio more powerful, flexible and convenient.

New features in Reaktor 4.1 include:

  • Savable screensets for managing individual window arrangements
  • A batch converter for analyzing audio files and converting Reaktor 3 instruments
  • A new Total Recall system for saving all settings with a song
  • Improvements to automation, sample mapping, morph functions and graphic modules
Performance has been further optimized to make working with Reaktor faster and more convenient. The 4.1 update for Windows and Mac is instantly available as a free download for all registered Reaktor 4 users.

For more information, visit their web site at www.native-instruments.com.

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By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004
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