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Interactive Album Powered By Reactable

Despite my grievances with Reactable, this is pretty damn cool. Reactable Huntermann is an interactive album powered by Reactable, allowing you to reshape Oliver Huntemann's Paranoia album as you like. I'm seriously blown away by how fun this looks!

iTunes Description:

With the Reactable Artist Edition you can play and remix in real time along with Oliver Huntemann's performance or just listen and enjoy the tracks of one of the best electronic music producer touring today.

This special release converts the top-of the charts recordings of Paranoia into an interactive album. Get access to original samples, transform and combine them, add loops, effects and more, creating unique Oliver-and-you tracks, or simply just watch and listen to the tracks performed on Reactable mobile.

Track list:
• Rikarda
• Delirium
• In Times of Trouble
• Rotten
• Rubin
• Magnet

Buy Reactable Huntemann on iTunes: $1.99

That is quite a low price. There are no indications of IAPs on iTunes, but that could just mean no one has bought them yet.

Reader Comments 4

So what of it? GIGO...IMHO...

November 07, 2012  | person_outline Chezzdog

Interactive? Let me trade licks with Joey Defrancesco.. The late great Jimmy Smith. Tony Monaco. Life is tuff, when Dr Drae is your PCP..

November 07, 2012  | person_outline Chezzdog

I can't believe your are "blown away" with Huntemann's performance!

Your grievance about Reactable Mobile was the "limited number of elements". But the Rikarda performance is no more than using 4 voice loopers and 2 delays! Almost all the cool elements, as descibed in the MANUAL, are not used in both the video and his community song Rikarda! I guess Huntemann lacks the musical skills to experiment with the enourmous possibilities of Reactable.

I think you should seriously reconsider your "pass" judgement and do justice to Reactable Mobile.

November 08, 2012  | person_outline paleosonic

If Reactable was offering this much for $2 I would absolutely re-evaluate it. They didn't make fixing the iPad 2 crash a priority though, waiting 6 months after release before they issued an update, so this app isn't a priority for me either.


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