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Native Instruments The Finger R2 v1.3.0.3 HYBRID [WiN, MacOSX]

Native Instruments The Finger R2
Team R2R | 07 November 2019 | 7.5 MB
PLAYABLE POLY EFFECTS
Based on REAKTOR technology and derived from the live setup of Tim Exile, THE FINGER is a new type of live performance and remix effect which can be "played" like a musical instrument.

THE FINGER is opening up new ways for intuitive sound mangling, live remixing, and advanced tempo-synced effects processing - in the studio or on stage. Powered by REAKTOR, THE FINGER is available for use with the free REAKTOR PLAYER, or the full version of REAKTOR.

EFFECT TYPES
THE FINGER provides more than 40 effects including real-time samplers/transformers (e.g. loop, re-arrange, reverse, scratch, heavy granular effects etc.), as well as filters, gaters, delays, reverbs, distortion, wave shapers, ring modulation and many others. Each effect has two parameters controlled by velocity or mod wheel, and is tempo-synced to a master clock or the tempo of your audio host.

REAL-TIME PLAYABILITY VIA KEYBOARD
The main advantage of THE FINGER is the ability to trigger effects via MIDI keyboard (or the "piano roll" in a sequencer). Four octaves of MIDI notes have a specific effect per sound with their own settings assigned to each. The order you trigger the notes is the order the effects get layered in, so chains can be arranged and re-arranged in no time. Make the last key a loop effect, and you can continue the chain from there, endlessly. This allows you to "play" and improvise with effects just like with a "real" instrument. When used within a host sequencer as an effects plug-in, you can record your playing as MIDI in the piano roll editor allowing to edit your effect chains in a much simpler way.

The potential for creative audio mayhem is pretty much inexhaustible, and it has never been more fun - that is the power of THE FINGER.



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