MESSE12: Upgrade To KOMPLETE 8 At A Reduced Price

Native Instruments announces time-limited special upgrade offer on KOMPLETE 8      22/03/12
MESSE12: Upgrade To KOMPLETE 8 At A Reduced Price


At the show Native Instruments announced a time-limited special offer to mark the official beginning of spring. From March 21st – 29th 2012, owners of MASSIVE, ABSYNTH, BATTERY, FM8, REAKTOR, KONTAKT, GUITAR RIG PRO or GUITAR RIG KONTROL can upgrade to KOMPLETE 8 for the special price of $299 / 299 EUR / ¥29800. This offer is available exclusively at the NI Online Shop and applies to all versions of the single instruments, making this upgrade opportunity especially attractive to those owning older versions of the instruments.
An NI spokesperson told Sonic State, "KOMPLETE 8 is a comprehensive and inspiring collection of the highest-quality instruments and effects for musicians, producers and sound designers – the industry-standard bundle for studio and stage. It includes 27 fully-fledged products, 11,000 presets and over 100 GB of samples. The selection covers a wide range of instrument types and musical styles, from detailed sampled instruments to innovative synthesizers and a comprehensive arsenal of acoustic and electronic percussion. Even at full price, it offers tremendous value, with an 80% saving compared to the total MSRP of the individual instruments."
Pricing and Availability:
This time-limited offer is valid on purchases of the special KOMPLETE 8 Upgrade, available from March 21, 2012 until March 29, 2012, at the NI Online Shop only. Please note that according to NI terms and conditions, e-vouchers cannot be used in conjunction with special offers. More information:

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halo    Said...

any news from the Native Instruments crew on musikmesse about NI Maschine 2 multicore support timestretch ???

22-Mar-12 08:09 PM


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