Top Reaktor Instrument VST Plugins
Top Reaktor Instrument VST Plugins

Top 10+ Reaktor Instrument VST Plugins 2022

We have created for you a rating of the Best 10 Reaktor Instrument VST Plugins as the most downloaded and according to the excellent reviews of musicians

VST list navigation:

  1. Reaktor Rhythm 2
  2. Reaktor BeatLab
  3. Hexcel
  4. Loop Remixer
  5. Deep Minimal Trax Maker
  6. Reaktor Random
  7. Reaktor Loop Remixer 2
  8. Reaktor Transform
  9. Reaktor Kick Generator
  10. MIDI Grid

1. Reaktor Rhythm 2

Reaktor Rhythm 2

Cycles & Spots present the follow up to Rhythm, a percussion instrument for Native Instruments’ Reaktor.

800 fresh new loops are integrated in this version which also offers extended functionality. 8 sample players can be separately manipulated in loop range (so polyrhythms can be made), start, frequency, playback modes & speeds.

Rhythm 2 also let’s you now use a 4 band equalizer and apply 4 effects for each player separately.

These effects are:

  • Reverb
  • Delay
  • Tremolo (panner)
  • Phaser

Simple inspirations and complex percussive structures can be easily made from experimental material up to full House Music based beats.


  • 1 Instrument For NI Reaktor
  • 800 Wav Loops Integrated
  • 50 Presets / Snapshots

Snapshots (presets) can be triggered via MIDI input and like this bigger structures (song mode) can be crafted.

50 snapshots are integrated. Samples vary from top loops, kicks, traditional percussion, 808s, kitchen recordings to even full beats.

The instrument features also separate mono outputs for each sampler for those who prefer this over the in-built effects.

2. Reaktor BeatLab

Reaktor BeatLab

Cycles & Spots present a drum machine based on loops for Native Instruments Reaktor.

It features six samplers with 600 loops in total: ranging from kick, top, clap, snare, perc and more.

You can quickly and easily create lots of beats with a high efficient fine tuned randomizer or build these totally from scratch.

With the given mixer the tracks can be properly equalized, panned and up to 4 effects (reverb, delay, tremolo, stereotizer) can be applied. Naturally these FX can be edited as well.

Patterns can be triggered via MIDI input to arrange drum tracks. Last but not least, your beats can be finalized with saturation and compression to give an analog feel and pump.


  • 1 Instrument For NI Reaktor
  • 600 Implemented Loops:
    • 100 Kick Loops
    • 100 Top Loops
    • 100 Clap Loops
    • 100 Snare Loops
    • 100 Percussion Loops
    • 100 Miscellaneous
  • Randomizer
  • 5 Effects:
    • Reverb
    • Delay
    • Tremolo
    • Stereotizer
    • Finalizer

3. Hexcel

Hexcel is a generative MIDI sequencer based upon the harmonic table, specifically designed for creating semi-random patterns based upon user input.

The user has direct control of the amount of randomness in any given sequence. Hexcel can work with any synth that accepts MIDI input.

The main part of Hexcel’s interface consists of a hexagonal grid, using the harmonic table. Each cell within the grid can be set to one of several functionalities.

The function of a cell is determined by it’s color:

Green cells generate ‘active nodes’ in one of several ways – either upon starting the MIDI clock, or at a user-specified tempo, or triggered directly by the user pressing a button. Active nodes are generated with a direction, and they travel across the hexagonal grid in that direction.

Yellow cells are used to trigger MIDI notes. Each cell has a MIDI note that it is associated with, and that note will play whenever an active node comes into contact with a cell that has been set to yellow.

Orange cells are used to reverse the direction of any active node that crosses it.

Red cells delete any active node that comes into contact with it.

Grey nodes can be used to re-direct active nodes in a randomized fashion. Each cell has 6 buttons surrounding it – these can be turned on or off by clicking on the outer region of the hexagon. A grey cell with all of it’s buttons turned off will do nothing. However, if one or more buttons is turned on, any active node will choose one of those buttons at random and move in that direction. These are therefore quite versatile as they can be used to automatically re-direct any active node into a desired direction (by only turning on one of the buttons) or into a completely randomized direction (by turning on all 6 buttons).

Finally, there are some controls on the right-hand side of the screen that allows the user to control the speed that the sequencer runs at, how often new active nodes are generated from Green cells, and so on. The ‘CLEAR’ button at the bottom allows the user to delete all active nodes if things get too chaotic.

As a MIDI generator, Hexcel does not create sound on it’s own – the MIDI data needs to be sent to an appropriate synth. This can be achieved either directly in Reaktor or using Reaktor in a DAW such as Ableton Live.

4. Loop Remixer

Loop Remixer

Cycles & Spots present a loop mangler ensemble for NI Reaktor focusing towards the production of Deep House and Deep Tech trax. 100 loops are included and 50 presets are ready to be used in your productions.

One loop sampler (For rhythm)and one granular sampler (For harmony) are manipulating their loop samples to make them sound totally new, so the presets can be drastically changed or new ones can be built.

Optionally you also can load your own samples via the sample editor and start twisting them. Each sampler can sequence the sample position, pitch and volume (Each with 50 pattern memory and randomize play is possible, too) plus adding & altering reverb and delay.

Pack Contents:

  • 1 NI Reaktor Ensemble
  • 50 Snapshots (Presets)
  • 100 Loops Included (Importing New Ones Possible)

Total Number Of Files:

  • 1
  • 307 MB

5. Deep Minimal Trax Maker

Deep Minimal Trax Maker

C&S present a great instrument ensemble for NI Reaktor to easily create Deep / Minimal trax by layering beat, bass, perc, theme and hihat loops. These can be manipulated in pitch, frequency, playback position, filter settings and via the internal mixer featuring a reverb and a delay unit. In other words, you can quickly create dozens of cool trax based on the superb samples and easy handling.

20 superb presets are already included. To arrange your creations you can simply record the output in your DAW and afterwards put together the best parts or you use the given single outputs for each element to arrange and expand them in your DAW.

Either way, with DM Trax Maker you´ll get quick inspirations for your next productions.

Pack Contents:

  • 1 Reaktor (V6.1) Ensemble feat.:
  • 64 Beat Loops
  • 64 Bass Loops
  • 64 Percussion Loops
  • 64 Theme Loops
  • 64 Hihat Loops
  • 20 Presets
  • Mixer
  • Reverb
  • Delay

Total Number Of Files:

  • 1
  • 720 MB

6. Reaktor Random

Reaktor Random

C&S deliver another fine Reaktor instrument for Ambient / Experimental productions. It’s based on randomizing granular synthesis (2 samplers) and effects to build long evolving soundscapes.

Integrated are 200 samples, 100 of these are synthesizer harmonies/ melodies and the other 100 are field recordings.

The latter feature recordings of nature surroundings from different world locations, insects, motorbike engine, chantings, underwater sounds (hydrophone mic), inside-object-sounds (contact mic), wind chimes, water bottles, metal objects, flutes and more.

4 effects are available to enhance the sounds:

  • Reverb
  • Delay
  • Stereo grain delay
  • Equalizer

All together the instrument has 17 parameter options to randomize, these are ongoing and make it possible to create ever changing soundscapes.


  • 1 Instrument For NI Reaktor
  • 200 Samples Integrated:
    • 100 Synthetic Harmonies
    • 100 Field Recording

7. Reaktor Loop Remixer 2

Reaktor Loop Remixer 2

Cycles & Spots deliver a follow up to Loop Remixer, an instrument for NI Reaktor to mash up the 254 internal or further imported samples.


  • 1 Instrument For NI Reaktor
  • 254 Samples Implemented
  • 2 Sampler With Sequencers (Mash up)
  • 7 Effects (EQ, FreqShifter, Filter(+LFO), Delay, Reverb, Chorus, Tremolo)
  • 20 Snapshots (Presets)

2 samplers can deconstruct samples by dividing them into shorter loops and these can be sequenced to create new samples.

Each sequence trigger can be manipulated by sample position, on/off, reverse, volume and length functions.

Additionally 7 effects (EQ, FreqShifter, Filter(+LFO), Delay, Reverb, Chorus, Tremolo) can be applied to shape the loops even more. External samples can be imported, also separate outputs for each sampler can be used, if needed.

Presets can be triggered by MIDI notes, 20 are included.

8. Reaktor Transform

Reaktor Transform

Cycles & Spots return with another superb instrument for Reaktor. Transform the included loops (Or your own) into modulating abstract soundscapes or rhythms.

Inside you’ll find 2 granular samplers and 2 loop samplers.

Choose playback sections of the samples and randomize loop starting points, grain lengths, tuning, volume level, speed and more via knobs and / or by drawing into a modulation field.

This brings life to samples & loops as they change over time.

Main Features:

  • 1 Ensemble Instrument For Reaktor 6
  • 200 Loops Integrated
  • Reverb
  • Delay
  • Drag&Drop Option For Importing New Loops
  • Multiple Randomization Possibilities
  • Walkthrough Video

9. Reaktor Kick Generator

Reaktor Kick Generator

Cycles & Spots crafted a highly useful instrument to fulfill all your kick drum needs.

256 custom made kicks are included, countless completely new and unique ones can be generated by filtering and mixing these two and/or adding sub bass with a given oscillator.

To round up the whole thing a sound shaping section can boost up your kicks and make them fat with a multiband compress or an overdrive module.

You can build hundreds of unique kicks with this generator, either with one press of a button or by detailed crafting from scratch. Reaktor Kick Generator will make you not to worry anymore about your kick drum.

Pack Contents:

  • 1 Reaktor Ensemble Instrument
  • 256 Custom Made Kicks
  • 1 Oscillator With Pitch Mod
  • Generates Unique Kicks With Random Button
  • Multiple Sound Design Options:
  • Pitch
  • ADSR
  • Filters
  • Multiband Compressor
  • Overdire
  • Frequency Shifter

10. MIDI Grid


MIDI Grid is a generative MIDI sequencer that can create evolving patterns in a chosen key and scale. MIDI Grid will work with any synth that accepts MIDI input. Requires Reaktor 6.3.

The bulk of MIDI Grid’s interface is a simple 8×8 grid.

Each square in the grid can have one of three basic types: dead, alive, or buffer.

Click on any square to change it’s type.

Dead squares don’t do anything, and they appear as an empty square on the interface. These should make up the majority of the grid.

Alive squares move in a direction, and they appear as an arrow pointing in that direction on the interface. Whenever they run into the edge of the grid, another alive square, or a buffer square, they change direction. Alive squares also trigger MIDI notes whenever they hit the edge of the grid. There are controls to the left of and above the grid that select which notes are triggered when this happens.

Buffer squares simply sit still and wait for alive squares to bump into them. They appear purple on the interface.

The key to creating a nice, evolving, patch in MIDI Grid is to set things up so that you have a few alive squares and buffer squares that will bump into each other as sequencer advances.

The collisions will cause the squares to change direction, which will cause the MIDI output to morph over time.

It is this that will add an element of randomness to your system (if you set your grid up so that no collisions occur between squares, it will never evolve at all).

To the right of the grid, there are controls for the key and scale, the speed of the sequencer, the length of the generated notes, and velocity. When changing key and scale, the changes made will be harmonically informed – you will always change to a key or scale that is harmonically adjacent to the one you just left.

As a MIDI generator, MIDI Grid does not create any sound on it’s own. You must route the MIDI data to the synth of your choice.

In the video provided, an example is shown using Ableton Live. While the exact method may differ slightly from DAW to DAW, it should be very similar in your program of choice.

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