Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol 1.5 update
Native Instruments today released a number of new advancements to their Komplete Kontrol product family.
Version 1.5 of the Komplete Kontrol software adds the new Native Kontrol Standard, as well as VST support, and comes as a free update.
To mark this new level of integration, Native Instruments have partnered with Arturia to offer special pricing on the V Collection – their bundle of 13 classic vintage synths now updated as NKS plug-ins. Until November 15, 2015, The Arturia V Collection is exclusively available at the NI Online Shop for $199 / €199 / ¥24,500 / £144 / AU$ 269.
The flagship, 88-note hammer-action Komplete Kontrol S88 is also now available online and in retailers worldwide for $999 / €999 / £729 / ¥119800 / AU$ 1399.
Starting today, the following instrument developers are releasing free updated versions of their instruments to be NKS compatible.
• Spitfire Audio
• Sonic Faction
• Orange Tree Samples
The Komplete Kontrol 1.5 software update is available for free via the NI Service Center.
Komplete Kontrol S88 is available at the NI Online Shop and major music retailers worldwide for $999 / €999 / £729 / ¥119800 / AU$ 1399.
Until November 15, 2015, The Arturia V Collection is exclusively available at the NI Online Shop for $199 / €199 / ¥24,500 / £144 / AU$ 269.
Additional information on the latest KOMPLETE KONTROL developments is available at https://www.native-instruments.com/nks
Additional information on the exclusive Arturia Sales Special is available at https://www.native-instruments.com/anexclusivedeal
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