The track that you are about to hear consists of tones from a VST (Virtual Studio Technology) plug-in. I generated the music directly from my laptop keyboard. While experimenting with the Reaktor 6 program from Native Access, I found through experimentation that pushing certain letters and numbers on my laptop keyboard would activate notes or other sounds depending on the effect chosen in the given control panel. In this case, I applied the "Galaxy Drops" effect in the Mikro Prism control panel.
Some might also notice that the overall quality for this track sounds better than my previous works. That is because my older tracks would rely too much on MIDI playback. I have mixed feelings about MIDI in general. MIDI realizations serve more as blueprints for interpretations of acoustic or electronic musical performances. Like I said with regard to music notation software programs like Finale, composers should should avoid the temptation of using MIDI playback for publicly demonstrating new works. MIDI should not be used as a substitute for actual performance. It is for this reason that most music composition competitions do not allow MIDI realization as an option when submitting new pieces for consideration.
Reaktor 6 serves as one of many VST software programs that I have recently acquired. These programs all consist of a steep learning curve, so I will need some practice with each to unlock more creative possibilities. Some programs can interact with my laptop. At some point, I will need to figure out how the Native Access programs that I have available handle MIDI keyboard compatibility and musical patch constructions for "live" performances.