Teaser Video for Razor, A new Synth by Errorsmith & Native Instruments with Patches by Richard Devine

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Native Instruments posted a teaser video on their new additive synth called Razor. The factory patches are by Richard Devine.

It reminds me of Image-Line’s Harmless as it shares a simplified approach to additive synthesis with subtractive filters on the back end. They have upped the ante with waveform visualizer which seems quite nice.

Mark Mosher
Electronic Music Artist & Synthesist, Boulder, CO
www.markmoshermusic.com
www.modulatethis.com

4 thoughts on “Teaser Video for Razor, A new Synth by Errorsmith & Native Instruments with Patches by Richard Devine

  • The visuals in the video were definitely cool. Having been burnt by the Tron game for the Atari 2600 that had an awesome box, but the game was terrible-looking it makes me wonder what makes this specific VST any better than plunking down some cash for ACE or holding your breath until Tyrell is out of beta?

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  • You can’t go wrong with ACE or Tyrell (especially since that one is free), but patches by Richard Devine sure gets me excited.
    I’m sure I don’t need Razor, but that doesn’t mean I won’t end up using it anyway 😉

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  • Yeah, the patches sound great in the demo. If the price is right I’d consider it but knowing NI it might be a bit steep for those of us who have this ground covered.

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