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

  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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