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  • Anonymous

    Native Instruments Komplete 5Published on 03/16/08 at 16:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Trs good music software suite.
    Ncessite time to adapt relatively short matriser key CHARACTERISTICS possible exception of those apps be Raktor and Kontakt. Then if one wishes to deepen ...
    Say anything perfect.
    No need to buy hard, but one key pads Controller twelve o'clock or whatever. This suite you Epargne dpense the thousands of francs.
    No I do not work for the music industry in any way prs.
    Well let's get to work. I'll go to bed.
  • Anonymous

    Native Instruments Komplete 5Published on 12/15/08 at 05:29
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    I bought Komplete last summer and since it is only fun. Whether one or the other all the time I use these plugins.
    I already use kontakt 2, massive, reaktor, elektrik piano so I fell for the bundle for the price very attractive in Novamusik: Komplete 5 + + Kore2/controlleur master keyboard for less than € 700.

    The range of sounds or plugin is pretty amazing. Among others through Reaktor libraries and quality presets.
    The creation of instruments / FX in reaktor to the simple path of sound banks, it is up to you.

    Poor musician, I still synthesis and spend hours tweaking sounds: FM, granular, subtractive, wavetable, sampling, fx there is everything you need.
    The bundle is very......
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    I bought Komplete last summer and since it is only fun. Whether one or the other all the time I use these plugins.
    I already use kontakt 2, massive, reaktor, elektrik piano so I fell for the bundle for the price very attractive in Novamusik: Komplete 5 + + Kore2/controlleur master keyboard for less than € 700.

    The range of sounds or plugin is pretty amazing. Among others through Reaktor libraries and quality presets.
    The creation of instruments / FX in reaktor to the simple path of sound banks, it is up to you.

    Poor musician, I still synthesis and spend hours tweaking sounds: FM, granular, subtractive, wavetable, sampling, fx there is everything you need.
    The bundle is very complete, especially if we take into account the Reaktor library, some sets are just excellent. And without some equivalent I think.

    I'm just disappointed that Spectral Delay and Vokator not part of the bundle. They are no longer marketed. OR should do something for registered users I think.

    According to its level of learning is long to very long if we take the bundle as a whole and that sums up everything yourself, but they are good plugins, they are worth I think.

    Well finally the hardest for me is to play on Akoustik and Elektrik piano, and understand Reaktor.
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  • Native Instruments Komplete 5Published on 04/07/09 at 21:18
    Native Instruments Komplete 5 is a virtual instrument bundle with a wide variety of different types of virtual instruments and sound available. This bundle comes with software like the sampler Kontakt, Guitar Rig, Massive, Reaktor, Absynth, Battery, Akoustik Piano, Elektrik Piano, B4 II, FM8, and the Pro-53. With these virtual instruments, you have an incredibly diverse array of tones available at your disposal ranging from emulation of acoustic instruments to synth emulators. Each piece of software is extremely powerful within themselves, and adding these all together gives you an unstoppable collection of sounds. Buying Native Instruments Komplete 5 will save you a lot of money when......
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    Native Instruments Komplete 5 is a virtual instrument bundle with a wide variety of different types of virtual instruments and sound available. This bundle comes with software like the sampler Kontakt, Guitar Rig, Massive, Reaktor, Absynth, Battery, Akoustik Piano, Elektrik Piano, B4 II, FM8, and the Pro-53. With these virtual instruments, you have an incredibly diverse array of tones available at your disposal ranging from emulation of acoustic instruments to synth emulators. Each piece of software is extremely powerful within themselves, and adding these all together gives you an unstoppable collection of sounds. Buying Native Instruments Komplete 5 will save you a lot of money when compared to buying each one of these pieces of software on their own. If you are looking a collection of virtual sounds, this is a truly great option. However, it will take up a huge amount of space and you should make sure that you have enough hard drive space and a powerful enough computer that you can run this off of. The price of the full package of Native Instruments Komplete 5 is pretty reasonable considering all of the great software you are getting. If you are looking to get an all in one collection of virtual instruments, Native Instruments Komplete 5 is definitely one of the best choices out there. My favorite pieces of software in this bundle are the Akoustik Piano, Elektrik Piano and the B4 II, as these are all great emulations of real instruments. Most of the software is really easy to follow and use, but it will definitely take a while to master all of the software in this bundle because of how much there is involved with all of the different software. Overall, Native Instruments Komplete 5 is a top notch virtual instruments collection that I highly recommend to all electronic music makers.
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  • Native Instruments Komplete 5Published on 12/15/08 at 06:29
    (Originally written by Ari Ara/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    I bought Komplete last summer and it has been a real delight ever since. I use this plugins very often .

    I was already a user of Kontakt 2, Massive, Reaktor and Elektrik Piano so I decided to buy this very attractive bundle when I saw it: Komplete 5 + Kore2/Controller + master keyboard.

    The number of plugins and the huge sound possibilities are incredible. Especially thanks to the Reaktor libraries and the presets quality.

    You can either use factory sound banks or create instruments/FX in Reaktor.

    I'm not a good musician but I like sound synthesis and I can spend hours tuning sounds using FM, granular or......
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    (Originally written by Ari Ara/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    I bought Komplete last summer and it has been a real delight ever since. I use this plugins very often .

    I was already a user of Kontakt 2, Massive, Reaktor and Elektrik Piano so I decided to buy this very attractive bundle when I saw it: Komplete 5 + Kore2/Controller + master keyboard.

    The number of plugins and the huge sound possibilities are incredible. Especially thanks to the Reaktor libraries and the presets quality.

    You can either use factory sound banks or create instruments/FX in Reaktor.

    I'm not a good musician but I like sound synthesis and I can spend hours tuning sounds using FM, granular or subtractive synthesis, wave tables, sampling, FX, everything is provided.

    The bundle is very comprehensive especially if you use the Reaktor library (including some excellent ensembles). And there is no match out there...

    I'm just a bit disappointed because Spectral Delay and Vokator are not included in the bundle. They are discontinued. Native Instruments should offer them as a bonus to registered users.

    The learning curve can be very steep if you want to use all plugins and create your own presets immediately, but all plugins are very good.

    The most difficult thing for me is to play with Akoustik and Elektrik Piano, and to understand Reaktor.
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  • Native Instruments Komplete 5Published on 12/10/08 at 09:31
    (Originally written by Rouxxx/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    Very comprehensive plug-in bundle with lots of good-quality virtual instruments.

    I like almost everything about Komplete:

    Akoustik piano: I never thought I would have such a beautiful emulation in my PC.

    Elektrik Piano is also very pleasant and B4 is an excellent simulation.

    I like Battery3 very much, its sound and nuances...

    I can't imagine making music without it anymore.

    You can even create totally crazy drum kits and have a blast playing them.

    The synth collection offers a large palette ranging from magic to surprising and mind-blowing sounds...

    The main problem is you can spend hours looking for a......
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    (Originally written by Rouxxx/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    Very comprehensive plug-in bundle with lots of good-quality virtual instruments.

    I like almost everything about Komplete:

    Akoustik piano: I never thought I would have such a beautiful emulation in my PC.

    Elektrik Piano is also very pleasant and B4 is an excellent simulation.

    I like Battery3 very much, its sound and nuances...

    I can't imagine making music without it anymore.

    You can even create totally crazy drum kits and have a blast playing them.

    The synth collection offers a large palette ranging from magic to surprising and mind-blowing sounds...

    The main problem is you can spend hours looking for a preset and editing it without making music... but it's still a pleasure.

    Another weak point: the filters don't sound like analog filters.

    Anyway it's still a very comprehensive bundle.

    Based on my experience I wouldn't hesitate to buy it again.
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