Native Instruments’ first product, Generator, a virtual modular synth that eventually morphed into Reaktor, may have been born of Berlin's active techno scene, but the success of that product and Pro-5, a model of the legendary Sequential Circuits Pro-Five synth, led company founder Stephan Schmitt to realize that they could easily expand beyond just the electronica and techno worlds. Their wider success was assured with "B4 Organ," the first great virtual instrument modeled on classic drawbar and tone-wheel technology. Read More>
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