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Version: Kontakt 4.2.4 / WAV / 0.2 GB / V1.02

Granular Sample Recycler



Download Method: Kontakt Hub

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Product Overview

Rekombinator is an experimental sound manipulator device. It deconstructs sound samples to grains and recombines them to assemble new sounds. It can be used to re-structure drum sequences, create robotic voices, flanger effects or evolving granular soundscapes.

Now Updated to V1.02 with to implement host automation IDs - so automatable parameters will display in your DAW right away.

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If you're unsure whether this is right for you, here's a short example of what's included in ReKombinator

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Import Your Own Samples

ReKombinator is incredibly powerful and allows you to import your own samples directly into the editor so you can mangle and mash your own sounds. It comes with 40 presets to suggest possible applications.

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Grain Envelopes

You can set grain volume envelopes to create a cross-fade between overlapping grains. Attack is grain volume fade-in, release is grain volume fade-out, curve is shape of attack curve. You can also set overall volume of grain playback, which can be useful to automate and create varied volume throughout following grains.



4.5 Stars (2)
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Awesome for messing around!

Getting some really interesting effects with this thing. Great for sound design and cinematic works.

Erick McNerney

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Verified Review

Like Skanner for Kontakt

Skanner is one of my favorite (and woefully underrated) synths for Native Instruments' Reaktor. It mangles samples, drones and does all kinds of crazy and unexpected things to sound samples. ReKombinator is like a version of Skanner for Reaktor. If you like ambience, randomness, noise, drones, soundscapes and honestly, an amazing set of sounds... you will love this. You can import your own samples too. Also, it is way more affordable than Skanner.

Steven Kish