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Native Updates Reaktor for Mac3.0.6 gets improvements to audio and event tables
According to Native Instruments, the 3.0.6 update, released yesterday, includes several bug fixes and "major" improvements to audio and event table modules. It also offers smoother operation at high CPU loads and can open audio files up to 32 bit. And Tapedecks can now change sample rates on the fly.
Native does caution that version 3.0.6 still has some potential problems, including a potential crash in Logic Audio when using VST automation and crashes with some ASIO cards from Mark of the Unicorn. A new fix should be available next week, according to Native.
Reaktor runs standalone or as a plugin on Mac and Windows systems. It's a modular system that, in version 3, features a completely rewritten core audio engine optimized for the G4's AltiVec engine. It includes an enhanced toolbar, high-resolution level meters, a floating property inspector, a visual sampler (with support for AKAI sample data), X/Y control with real-time display, analog modeled filters, disk recording and playback and an eight-tap and eight-channel scanning mixer.
Reaktor supports sample rates up to 96 kHz. It includes hundreds of instruments and thousands or presets and supports VST 2.0, ASIO, SoundManager, DirectConnect, MAS and FreeMIDI interfaces. The 3.0.6 update is downloadable for free from Native Instruments' Web site. For more information, visit http://www.nativeinstruments.de.
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