NI Komplete Now Even More Complete

Battery 2 and Absynth 3 added to uber-package      03/12/04
NI Komplete Now Even More Complete
It's hard to Kompete with Komplete 2

The Komplete package from Native Instruments is a veritable Pandora's box of NI's finest software: ABSYNTH, REAKTOR 4, B4 Organ, FM7, PRO-53, KONTAKT 1.5, KOMPAKT, INTAKT, BATTERY, VOKATOR and NI-SPEKTRAL DELAY, plus the four outstanding sample libraries of KONTAKT, INTAKT, KOMPAKT and BATTERY. NATIVE INSTRUMENTS have just announced that from now on, every purchase of the bundle also includes BATTERY 2 and ABSYNTH 3, the latest versions, at no extra cost. BATTERY 2 is described as "taking drum sampling to the next level" with a powerful new sampling engine, enhanced sound shaping and modulation capabilities, sophisticated sample control and a revised user interface that retains all of the straightforwardness that BATTERY is famous for. ABSYNTH 3 is the latest reincarnation of what is one of today's most creative and capable synthesizers. The new version of ABSYNTH is fully surround-enabled, offering the most comprehensive and versatile multi-channel implementation of any available synthesizer. Both updates are not physically included in the NI KOMPLETE 2 package, but will be delivered free of charge after the bundle has been authorised. Each update includes a PDF manual on the installation disc. Printed manuals for both products can be ordered separately for $19 / 19 Euro each plus shipping costs. NI KOMPLETE 2 is available for a suggested retail price $ 1149 / 999 Euro from authorized dealers and in the NI Online Shop.
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