Native Instruments Offer ProTools Versions

B4, Pro-52, Battery, Spektral Delay all available right now!      08/11/01
NATIVE INSTRUMENTS is the first manufacturer to offer virtual instruments for RTAS and Digidesign's newly developed HTDM interface. As a result of an extensive cooperation between NATIVE INSTRUMENTS and Digidesign, NATIVE INSTRUMENTS will ship the B4 organ, the PRO-52 vintage synth, and the drum sampler BATTERY in November 2001 as the NATIVE INSTRUMENTS Studio Collection PTE. The NI-SPEKTRAL DELAY PTE will also be available as a separate RTAS/HTDM Plug-In in November 2001. The RTAS and HTDM interfaces seamlessly integrate NATIVE INSTRUMENTS software into Pro Tools without any compromises. All NI PTE Plug-Ins support total recall of settings, full automation (including ProControl and Control|24 remote control support), and multiple instantiation. The complete support of RTAS and HTDM guarantees maximum comfort and flexibility when using the award-winning NI software in the professional Pro Tools studio environment. The NI RTAS/ HTDM Plug-Ins are processed by the host computer and operate transparently with Pro Tools TDM and LE systems. The NATIVE INSTRUMENTS Studio Collection PTE will retail for $999, while the NI Spektral Delay will cost $499. Both packages will be released in November 2001. More information regarding the NATIVE INSTRUMENTS Pro Tools Edition can be found at
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