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  • David BrandDavid Brand

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    Native Instruments Komplete 9 UltimatePublished on 01/22/14 at 13:15
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    Hello,

    You can go there with closed eyes!

    It's just a great product qualitprix
  • REDICE22REDICE22

    Almost complete ...

    Native Instruments Komplete 9 UltimatePublished on 03/20/14 at 11:50
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    User for 1 year I find it quite rich because there is a mega base sound but I regret that there was not a plugin electric guitar (kind of slayer) Voice core type (ahhhhhh, etc. .. Ohhhhhhh .) and perceived (the module does not africanism prpose of darbuka, bongo but only djumbe)
    Anyway I have not explored everything ....
  • hugzzhugzz

    Kompletement great!

    Native Instruments Komplete 9 UltimatePublished on 12/21/13 at 05:25
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    I did the upgrade from Komplete 8 there is a month for black friday (-50%).

    The quality of some banks-stru-my honest! I feel to be able to e sound design of a complete action film with Damage and Action strings, a horror film with the Evolve series that banks give chills (yes!! )
    For the "musical" music there sounds terrible, The giant is a configurable piano and sounds great, Alicia Keys Piano also sounds good simulation of Rhodes and Clavinet are MA-GNI-fic! It makes you want to play the soul!
    Massive is ideal for aggressive synth sounds and superbly configurable, FM8 is great if you want to do FM synthesis, Guitar Rig is just breathtaking.
    Emulations of vintage compressors are v…
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    I did the upgrade from Komplete 8 there is a month for black friday (-50%).

    The quality of some banks-stru-my honest! I feel to be able to e sound design of a complete action film with Damage and Action strings, a horror film with the Evolve series that banks give chills (yes!! )
    For the "musical" music there sounds terrible, The giant is a configurable piano and sounds great, Alicia Keys Piano also sounds good simulation of Rhodes and Clavinet are MA-GNI-fic! It makes you want to play the soul!
    Massive is ideal for aggressive synth sounds and superbly configurable, FM8 is great if you want to do FM synthesis, Guitar Rig is just breathtaking.
    Emulations of vintage compressors are very ugly! (I think anyway) but in my opinion very well if it was not the Waves or Uad and 2 reverbs are very nice, I have a favorite for the RC48 that I use everywhere now!
    It lacked a typical "analog" synth but since komplete 9, Native added Monark which I must say sounds really great! This is a software copy of the Minimoog works great! (Too bad the Minimoog base could not generate a sine wave ....).
    Battery 4 looks terrible but I do 'not use it because I use Maschine ....

    The quality / price is justified!
    With Komplete Ultimate has everything you need to compose music to the image (film, pubs ....) of the standard electro music, hip hop, R & B, rock, and then actually full of others, but I only speak of what I know .. All with sound quality Pro!
    It lacks a sequencer!! But we all have a ProTools, Logic, Cubase or Live ........

    I would do this choice without hesitation .. Think checker offers Black Friday (Thanksgiving) and Christmas at Native Instruments are monumental .. (I got the upgrade to -50% and Supercharger compressor offered these days ..)
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