Native Instruments Savings

KOMPLETELY IRRESISTIBLE sales special launched      01/02/13
Native Instruments Savings


Native Instruments today launched a time-limited sales special, offering customers the chance to pick up KOMPLETE 8 and KOMPLETE 8 ULTIMATE at considerable savings for the next two months. Here's the details that they have sent...

Customers choosing the KOMPLETE 8 package, which features 27 KOMPLETE Instruments and Effects, will save $160 / 100 EUR on the standard price – down to $399 / 399 EUR from $559 / 499 EUR. The KOMPLETE 8 ULTIMATE bundle, which comes with 50 Instruments and Effects, will be available for $699 / 699 EUR instead of $1099 / 999 EUR – a saving of $400 / 300 EUR.

The KOMPLETELY IRRESISTIBLE sales special will run until midnight (CET) on March 26, 2013, with the deal available at participating retailers and the NI Online Shop – while stocks last.

KOMPLETE 8 ULTIMATE contains 50 products and over 240 GB of sound – the entire range of KOMPLETE Instruments and Effects (at the time of release) on an external hard drive. In addition to the products in KOMPLETE 8, it also contains RAZOR, SESSION STRINGS PRO, SCARBEE FUNK GUITARIST, VINTAGE COMPRESSORS and many more.


Pricing and Availability:

KOMPLETE 8 will be available for $399 / 399 EUR. KOMPLETE 8 ULTIMATE will be available for $699 / 699 EUR.

Offer is valid at retailers and via the NI Online Shop until March 26, 2013, and while stocks last.

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7 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
Funky Winkerbean    Said...

Komplete 9 announcement in about two months...

01-Feb-13 06:20 AM


RP    Said...

NI are certainly like clockwork in this regard. Sell off the old stock just ahead of the new suite every time

01-Feb-13 09:26 AM


Dave B    Said...

That would coincide neatly with a release at Musikmesse

01-Feb-13 10:35 AM


Montychristo86    Said...

I just hope that means that they will update their core product line (ABSYNTH, REAKTOR, MASSIVE, etc.). They used to be cool, but now they look like German software Nazis }:(

01-Feb-13 07:21 PM


zinoff    Said...

and they've dropped cool stuff along the way... such as vokator,spektral delay, b4, p53...

04-Feb-13 09:56 AM


rezazel    Said...

@Montychristo86 ...in exactly what way?

04-Feb-13 10:06 AM


Montychristo86    Said...

@rezazel

They dropped Kore. They take forever to release Reaktor 6. Thirdly, they throw more content at you instead of fixing their core products (which people have used for years and love.)

I don't mean to insult anyone of German descent with my comments. They release cool stuff, but they change up their game and alienate longtime users in the process.

12-Feb-13 08:57 PM


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