Half-Price Summer Of Sound

Native Instruments launches special offer for its KOMPLETE instruments and effects range      10/07/12

Half-Price Summer Of Sound


Native Instruments has launched the Summer of Sound special, which offers a 50% discount on most updates, upgrades and crossgrades for its KOMPLETE software instruments and effects in July. The special offer comprises updates and upgrades to the KOMPLETE 8 and KOMPLETE 8 ULTIMATE bundles from previous versions as well as crossgrades for users of MASCHINE, KONTAKT, REAKTOR, and GUITAR RIG KONTROL. Furthermore, discounted updates and upgrades to ABSYNTH 5, BATTERY 3, FM8, GUITAR RIG 5 Pro, KONTAKT 5, and REAKTOR 5 are included in the special, which also extends to the KONTAKT 5 crossgrade for owners of any KONTAKT PLAYER-based third-party instrument as well as the upgrade to SESSION STRINGS PRO for owners of SESSION STRINGS.
Pricing and Availability:
The Summer of Sound special offers are available at participating retailers and in the NI Online Shop until July 31st, 2012, while stock lasts. Savings are calculated on the basis of suggested retail prices (MSRP).
NI say that according to their terms and conditions, e-vouchers cannot be used in conjunction with special offers.
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