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New Work: RAZOR

Interface design for Native Intrument’s latest product

Author: Philipp Granzin
Date: 30. March 2011
Native Instruments RAZOR user interface

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Our long time client Native Instruments just released a new software synthesizer called RAZOR – a collaboration with Berlin based producer Errorsmith. Together with the inhouse design team, we worked on interaction design and developed the visual language for the user interface.

Check out the impressive promo video that already generated quite some buzz and learn more about the product.

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Oh, there are 8 comments so far

  1. Great Work!
    Thank you very much!

    Errorsmith on 31. March 2011
  2. This has to be one of the nicest GUI’s i have ever seen!

    EVsounddesign on 31. March 2011
  3. Looks absolutely awesome. Been planning on snapping up RAZOR soon anyway, just adds to it that you worked on it. :P

    Harry Harrison on 1. April 2011
  4. Phillip Granzin and NI created the RAZOR GUI « Errorsmith's Razor Blog on 14. April 2011
  5. I have been designing synth sounds for a couple of years now and I bought Razor a week ago because I had some friends telling me it was awesome. I swear the visual panes bring a whole new level to my sound design. What I used to see in my head when twiddling knobs is now on the screen! Plus the interface is advanced but simple and super intuitive. Amazing work!

    Conduit Robotic on 14. April 2011
  6. Very good job indeed.

    Bruno on 31. July 2011
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