Native Instruments Introduces FLESH – Improv-Inspired Synthesizer for REAKTOR 6

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Native Instruments teamed up with musician, producer, and inventor Tim Exile to produce FLESH – a performance-based synthesizer.


FLESH out performance with NIs improv-inspired synth.

FLESH out performances with NI’s improv-inspired synth.

Live performance improvisation can require speedy changes. Making those changes as musically complex as possible can be near impossible when considering the amount of editing and modulation required in a given instance. FLESH aims to provide a solution for this problem with the following:


Four function-specific engines:

  • Sample Engine: Change the sonic character of the sample itself. Make it more percussive by shortening its length, liven up static sounds with modulation, and more.
  • Monosynth Engine: Rebuilds its wavetables based on the sample. Put simply, this engine transforms your sample into a monophonic sequence or lead.
  • Polysynth Engine: Granular synth transforms your input signal into chords – great for a harmonic foundation. Stacking voices also doubles for a monosynth line.
  • Subsynth Engine: Band-limited sub generator creates frequencies from an incoming pitch signal. Choose the source from either the monosynth pitch or the polysynth pitch.


Along with the four engines, FLESH also contains an effects section, and modulation page. Each of these sections can interact with each other in a number of ways to produce a variety of changes.


FLESH from Native Instruments is available now for $99 MSRP and runs on REACTOR 6 or the free REAKTOR 6 PLAYER.


Check out full details at the NI FLESH page.


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