The dust hasn't settled yet on TraktorDJ for iPad and NI have released an excellent teaser video for their latest new synth. Looks good, sounds good... but, what is it called? "M..."
Hot on the heels of their recent TraktorDJ for iPad release, Native Instruments are causing a stir in music studios across the world yet again with a new synth plug-in for Mac & PC. So, what is coming out from the NI labs in Berlin this time? The name is still top secret'¦ here's a video and a little snippet of info we're able to divulge until the official release.
So, what is this new synth? We're pretty sure it will be fantastic judging from the audio examples (listen below).
We can tell you it is based on many years of intense inhouse-research and uses the latest in cutting-edge DSP technology to faithfully recreate the interaction of complex electric circuits. We've also been informed this new synth has an intuitive, streamlined control panel that allows users to quickly dial in sounds and start creating music.
Oh Native Instruments, you're such a tease!
Stay tuned to find out more about this Mystery synth'¦ and in the meantime, you might like to start guessing its name. We caught an "M" in the video in case you weren't paying attention!
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