Native Instrument’s latest Reaktor synth, Monark, is a powerful emulation of the Minimoog. This video provides an overview of the feature packed synthesizer, and demonstrates some of its amazing sounds!
This video provides a brief overview of Native Instrument’s latest synthesizer, Monark. Based on years of research, Native Instrument’s new Reaktor-based synth is a convincing reproduction of the classic Minimoog. The Minimoog, which was first released in 1970, is an all-analog, monophonic, hardware synth that has been made famous by a countless number of musicians.
Native Instruments really stepped up their game with this synth, and their claim that the Monark is the holy grail of analog modeling may in fact be true. Native Instruments provided the Monark synth with a high sample rate of 88200 Hz, and a B-Panel which allows you to recreate and tweak some of the imperfections that helped make the original Minimoog famous. The Monark synth is a beast. Add it to your soft-synth arsenal, and be on your way to creating the most realistic emulated Minimoog sounds ever!