Have you ever launched REAKTOR’s Fast FX multieffects suite and found yourself baffled by the visual complexity of the GUI (not to mention the intense color scheme)? Join the crowd.
It need not be so.
In the standalone VST world, you’d have to shell out some considerable money to acquire a device like Fast FX. Fortunately, you are the proud owner of the most powerful audio software on the planet—software that includes a dizzying array of such premium devices.
In this tutorial, we will crack the case by limiting our gaze to the bottom-most portion of the interface. That little orange bar at the bottom of the panel is where the magic happens. Let’s take a look.
Part 2 shows you how to configure Fast FX to work its magic on your own loops (for those registered for How to Build a Sampler in REAKTOR). Not registered? Click here (it’s free)!
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