How to: Starting out with PRISM | Native Instruments

Published on Jan 9, 2018 Native Instruments

"Watch the latest instructional tutorial for Native Instruments PRISM, and start creating your own epic pluck sounds. Product expert Tim Cant breaks down the basics, showing how altering the envelope and effects settings can help you start producing your own digitally reconstructed string-plucks that are frequently used in contemporary trap, EDM, and

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    Native Instruments Reaktor Prism is a polyphonic instrument for Reaktor 5, based on physical modeling synthesis.
    Prism produces a sound that can be dramatically modified via internal or external sources. The result is a wide-ranging synth, equally powerful for hard basses and digital leads as organic soundscapes, percussive keys, flutes and bells.
    Reaktor Prism is available now for $79.
    If you’ve used Native Instruments Reaktor Prism, leave a comment with your thoughts!
    via NativeInstruments:
    This introduction provides an overlook of this new Reaktor instrument. It also gives a short glimpse into the basic principles of modal synthesis, its underlying structure.

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