Emulating the King – Introducing Native Instruments’ MONARK

April 24, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized 

The Minimoog is probably the most famous hardware synthesizer of all time—and likely the most emulated in the world of software. So does the world really need another Minimoog emulation? Native Instruments thinks so: Their new REAKTOR-based synth, MONARK, is based on years of research—but how does it sound?

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