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Native Instruments Reaktor Session Software Instrument Collection
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Featuring Reaktor 4's audio engine and core instrument library, it provides powerful synthesizers, resynthesizers, samplers, beat-loopers, groove and...Click To Read More About This Product
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An entry into the vast world of Reaktor.
Featuring Reaktor 4's audio engine and core instrument library, it provides powerful synthesizers, resynthesizers, samplers, beat-loopers, groove and drum machines, surround, and innovative effects. Includes access to the ever-growing online library at Native Instruments web site for a virtually unlimited collection of instruments. Each instrument includes a wide range of preset sounds for instant use, while innovative patch handling makes saving, sorting, randomization, and morphing easy.
- Uncompromised sound quality
- Highly optimized DSP algorithms and 32-bit engine
- Support for 192kHz sample rate
- All user interface objects can be fully controlled over MIDI
- Support for nearly every native plug-in interface Standalone operation with ASIO and Core Audio
- Can be used as a plug-in with VST 2.0, Audio Units, and DXi
- Supports smart window sizing, an unlimited number of instances, and automation when used as a VST plug-in
The sounds of the future are available to you today. Order it and enter a new sonic world.
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I purchased Reaktor Session and have experienced a host of problems in Sonar 2.2. Some include, Sonar crashes following the closing and re-opening of a project containing Reaktor Session tracks; lockups; and preset preservation problems.Additionally, the Reaktor Session is lagging behind updates compared to its parent, Reaktor software, prohibiting Reaktor Session from taking advantage of all of the free ensembles available by the manufacturer.One more thing to note. I purchased this product in 2003 (December) for use with Windows ME operating system. The manufacturer recently announced (mid-stream) that they will no longer support WinME in future updates, so I would not recommend this product for legacy Windows users (although, it still may be advertised on the packaging).
After reading all the stellar reviews, I purchased Reaktor Session. Upon running the program as a DXi2 and stand-alone instrument under windows 2000 on a robust system which runs many other virtual synths just fine, I experienced countless lock-ups and 8 complete crashes and reboots without any warning. I registered the product and received notification that my authorization code would arrive in one hour. 4 hours later, I still had not received it, so I tried again. This time I received a response stating that my serial number was in use by another user, me no doubt. Furthermore, the password I established in the registration process is rejected by the server, so I'm unable to access the latest update, which allegedly addresses numerous problems. I've verified my registration information, and even changed my password. I still am denied access to the update. It's been 18 hours now, and I still have not received my authorization code. I love the other N.I. products and use most of them in my music. However, I'm sorry that I bought Reaktor Session. So far, I wish I had my money back. Sure it has some nice sounds, until it locks or crashes. Useless. What a headache! I'm going back to my FM7, at least it works.