Forget musical typing and hit the right notes – without spending all your banknotes.
From a super-expansive instrument library to a polysynth incorporating super-wave and FPGA technology, here are the five best offerings from day 2 of NAMM 2020.
Features include a TFT colour display, tight plug-in and DAW integration.
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Nektar’s latest not only offers deep integration with several DAWs, but also takes on plug-in instruments, and it might just shake up the controller world.
See the result of Nektar's deep DAW integration, this time with Studio One.
The SE 25 and 49 are affordable, compact MIDI keyboards with Nektar’s signature DAW control.
With its first foray into soft synths, Nektar brings us a plug-in that turns the subtractive synthesis ideal on its head. We grab a spanner.
The new software synth boasts a unique sonic character and an intuitive UI. Nektar has unveiled its first-ever virtual instrument: the Bolt Synthesiser. This new...
A foot controller for your DAW? Well it might just get you all foot-loose and hands-free. Andy Jones enjoys a game of footsie and...
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