Nick Dwyer, a British sound designer and composer, got in touch with us to share a versatile Reaktor-based sound machine.
Dropsynth is a drag-and-drop sample player and four-oscillator (x2) synth, both with versatile LFO sections (adapted from Reaktorblocks Bento Box) to modify the sound.
Each module has its own envelope and filter sections and there is a set of master FX: sub-bass (single-note at C60), vinyl crackle, reverb, frequency shift and a limiter.
The synth section also includes a cabinet FX level for warmth.
You get 36 presets that cover a range of sounds from swirling pads through beaty loops to grimy glitch. You can infinitely modify these sounds with your own samples and synth expertise.
You can hear Dropsynth in action here
Get it free from http://flintpope.com, where you can find other interesting resources for Ableton and Native Instruments software tools. Also, make sure to check out his Brute, a powerful polyphonic subtractive synth for Reaktor.
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