Komplete Offer

Native Instruments offers three additional instruments for free to Komplete purchasers      08/08/12
Komplete Offer


Native Instruments has launched a sales special on their professional music production bundle KOMPLETE 8. Customers who buy and register KOMPLETE 8 before September 30, 2012, will receive three additional instruments from the Native Instruments portfolio completely for free: RAZOR, SESSION STRINGS, and THE MOUTH.
NI says that KOMPLETE 8 contains 27 instruments and effects, and already represents a significant saving compared to the price of purchasing the products individually. During the offer period, the bundle effectively provides a total of 30 instruments with an added saving of $277 / 237 EUR – the MSRP of the three free products.
The three additional instruments are provided as free downloads. Following registration of KOMPLETE 8, customers automatically receive an email with download links and serial numbers for RAZOR, SESSION STRINGS, and THE MOUTH. Pricing and Availability:
The offer is available at participating retailers and the NI Online Shop. Users of older versions of KOMPLETE, as well as owners of crossgrade-eligible NI products such as KONTAKT 5 or MASCHINE, can also benefit – the offer is valid on upgrades and crossgrades to KOMPLETE 8. More information:

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Dr. Feelgood    Said...

Maybe this bundling thing isn't the answer for NI. I'd love to see JUST ONE intuitive, clean, simple, great-sounding ware analogish synth offering from NI, instead of this endless Germanic bloatware.

08-Aug-12 05:05 PM


loneraver    Said...

LOL! I upgraded last summer to version 7 from version 6 and I still haven't even installed it.

12-Aug-12 12:28 AM


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