Today, Native Instruments has introduced its latest performance synth for Reaktor, FLESH. FLESH resynthesizes samples by analyzing the transients and transforming them into various curves and triggers with a streamlined control set, making it ideal for improvisation and live sets. Included in the instrument is a sampler, monosynth, polysynth, and subsynth engine with an effects section and a modulation page.
London-based producer Tim Exile, the creator of FLESH, explains that the concept behind the Reaktor instrument came to him when he was on tour. He explains “I was missing a way to make harmonic and melodic material in a live, improvised scenario. I wanted something that would empower me to create expressive and dynamic sounds which fit in perfectly with whatever was going on at the time."
Learn more about this exciting new Reaktor Synth by heading to the Native Instruments website here.