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Briefly: Native Instruments' Reaktor User Library, PhotoScissors 1.1

updated 01:10 am EDT, Thu May 22, 2014

Sale pricing for Reaktor 5 software in effect, User Library updated

Native Instruments today announced its limited time offer on Reaktor 5 software. An audio synthesizing program, Reaktor 5 includes over 70 instruments and effects, ranging from classic synthesizers and sample techniques. Its reconstructed Rektor User Library offers optimized navigation, with newly-enhanced searching and sorting for improved device browsing. Videos and tutorials from Bluewater VST and ADSR are now featured, including content from accredited techno artist Mike Huckaby. Until May 28, Reaktor 5 is available at the Native Instruments' store for $100, though it regularly priced at $400.

Background removal tool updated, adds feathering control

TeoreX has announced the new version of its photo background editor, PhotoScissors. Focusing on providing tools to accurately remove an image's background content, PhotoScissors achieves tasks in a simplified manner. Currently featuring new feathering smoothing, the tool allows smoothing the edges of a cut, and the radius of the tool can now be controlled. Background and foreground areas of an image can seen in "before" and "after" views, and a variety of other small compatibility additions are featured. Priced at $20, PhotoScissors can be downloaded online.






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