Komplete 5, Komplete Synths and Komplete Classics available soon 13/09/07
Native Instruments has announced new Komplete bundles that combine its software instruments and effects into highly affordable collections for musicians and producers of all styles and genres. This includes the fifth revision of the Komplete package, which contains new product versions and is now even more affordable, as well as the new Komplete Synths and Komplete Classics bundles that combine the award-winning software synthesizers and vintage emulations from Native Instruments.
Heres the lowdown in NIâ€™s own wordsâ€¦
The new Komplete 5 builds on its position as the most powerful all-in-one collection for contemporary music production, live performance and sound design.
The new bundle adds the acclaimed Massive synthesizer as well as the latest versions of the industry-leading high-end sampler and digital guitar studio, Kontakt 3 and Guitar Rig 3. Further products included in Komplete 5 are Absynth 4, Akoustic Piano, Battery 3, B4 II, Elektrik Piano, FM8, PRO-53 and Reaktor 5.
The new Komplete bundle is now even more affordable with a lowered price point of $1149 / EUR 999, with several update and upgrade offers being available.
Two new bundles extend the Komplete range with thematically focused instruments collections that provide maximum sonic versatility in their respective field for a price of $449 / EUR 399 each, an effective discount of over 50% compared to the price of individual products.
The new Komplete Classics package specializes on vintage emulations and contains Akoustik Piano, B4 II, Elektrik Piano and PRO-53, while the new Komplete Synths provides a comprehensive synthesizer arsenal by combining Absynth 4, FM8, Massive and PRO-53. Both bundles allow for a discounted upgrade to the Komplete 5 package at any time.
All components of the Komplete bundles are also fully compatible with KORE, the advanced host system from Native Instruments. Pricing and Availability:
Komplete 5, Komplete Synths and Komplete Classics will be available in October 2007.