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NI 5-Day Half-Price Special Offer

Native Instruments launched a special 50% discount on several of its producer and DJ software products, valid only until tomorrow.

For a period of five days, nearly 60 full versions and upgrades will be available at a reduced price, including the majority of all KOMPLETE instruments and effects, all update and upgrade versions of the TRAKTOR DJ software, as well as the iMASCHINE groove sketchpad.

 

The special gives musicians and producers access to software instruments and effects, ranging from studio softwqre such as KONTAKT, GUITAR RIG and REAKTOR to recent releases such as RAZOR, SESSION STRINGS PRO and SOLID MIX SERIES. The offer also comprises the upgrade and update versions of TRAKTOR PRO and TRAKTOR SCRATCH PRO, including the “Scratch Upgrade” for the KONTROL S4 DJ system.

 

The special pricing is available from November 24th to 28th exclusively in the NI Online Shop. During the same time, the iMASCHINE groove creation app is also available at a special price of $1.99 / 1,59 EUR in the Apple App store.

 

For a complete list of products on sale and their special 50% off price, visit www.native-instruments.com/fivedaysale.

  • kiranphalke 16 posts
    kiranphalke
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    Posted on 12/03/2011 at 00:03:30
    NI instruments are good what is the cost of session pro strings and is it available on line?

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