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NI Updates Guitar Rig, Massive & Kore

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Native Instruments has released updates for Guitar Rig 4 (v4.0.8), Massive (v1.1.5), Kore (v2.1.1) and Kore Player (v2.1.1).

Guitar Rig 4 v4.0.8

New and improved features:
  • New amp Cool Plex.
  • New Master FX section.
  • Added expert panel with assigned parameters to all Modifiers.
  • Added Save buttons to the toolbar above the rack.
  • Added preset selection to component save drop down menu.
  • Improved Tuner algorithm.
  • Improved Metronome tap tempo.
  • Reduced Loopmachine memory footprint and improved cache prefetching.
  • Revised component Hotswap mode usage.
  • GUI update for several components.
  • Extended automation parameter list with 512 parameters.
  • Added static automation IDs to standard Rack Tools.
  • Added automation IDs for Input Gain, Gate, Master Volume, Limiter.
  • Added Bright mode to Citrus expert panel.
  • Added SHIFT selection of components in rack.
  • Improved drag and drop of components in rack.
  • Presets jumps can be assigned by dragging a preset on a RK button.
  • Added translated manuals in Japanese, French, Spanish and German.
  • Added manual addendum.
  • Added Kore user page to all factory presets.

Use the “Restore Factory Content” button in the preferences pane to update the factory content of your existing installation. More information about the bugfixes is available in the Readme file inside the documentation folder.

Kore v2.1.1

This update provides:
  • New integrated engine: Guitar Rig 4.
  • MIDI clock out incl. latency compensation.
  • Various minor fixes and stability improvements.

Information for users of Komplete 5:
  • Kore 2.1.1 uses the integrated engine of Absynth 5. Therefore Absynth 4 factory sounds can no longer be edited in Kore 2.1.1 without a licensed version of Absynth 5. This applies only for sounds from factory or Powered by Kore content, all Absynth based user sounds are still editable in Kore 2.1.1.
  • Kore 2.1.1 uses the integrated engine of Kontakt 4. Therefore Kontakt 3 factory sounds can no longer be edited in Kore 2.1.1 without a licensed version of Kontakt 4. This applies only for sounds from factory or Powered by Kore content, all Kontakt based user sounds are still editable in Kore 2.1.1.

Kore Player v2.1.1

This update provides:
  • New integrated engine: Guitar Rig 4.
  • Updated engines: Kontakt 4, Absynth 5, Massive 1.1.5.
  • Various minor fixes and stability improvements.

Massive v1.1.5

This update provides:
  • Various fixes and stability improvements.
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