Annonces Native Instruments Komplete 7
NI Komplete 7 & 7 Elements
A vast sonic universePublished on 01/24/13 at 12:57
This pack was conceived for...…
This pack was conceived for studio production with a DAW. It is harder to use live. There are several possible approaches, including Kore 2 Mainstage, Live, etc... But you need a lot of time to program everything.
Despite its superior audio quality, I returned to my all-in-one workstation (Korg Krome). Software instruments require a lot of programming and time to set up. They also lack a more user-friendly interface to allow faster working: Separate applications, too tiny on the screen, no arpeggiator, no dedicated hardware, etc. Machfive or Omnisphere seem to have better, more cohesive, interfaces. Komplete has no iPad-specific interface for all its plug-ins, like Omnisphere, for example.
In short, for creativity, fast working and live: All-in-one workstation. To fine tune an arrangement from the DAW: Komplete.
Sounds, diversity, originality and flexibility: Excellent or almost perfect, 9 to 10
Interface, ease of use, live usage: From fail to good, 4 to 7
so much good softwarePublished on 07/05/12 at 23:20
Like I said the installation took...…
Like I said the installation took forever, it wasn’t hard or difficult. But it was a headache. But all of the software plugins are amazing and work perfect. I havent had a single set back or crash since I have been using Komplete 7. Komplete 7 isn’t sold anymore and has been upgraded. So if you really want Komplete 7 you can always buy it used and transfer the license from someone else. Then you could even upgrade it to 8 for a very cheap price, rather than just buy 8 and pay the full price.
Great, you will get massive, fm, reaktor, kontakt and all the good stuff. I had so many sounds to go through it was hard for me to even start making music because I was so happy just having so many new sound fonts to play with I just started experimenting. Using Guitar rig has really opened my eyes up to the possibilities of effects that you can use in your music on synths and drums. The possibilities are endless with Native Instruments Komplete 7
Massive, and everything!Published on 06/27/12 at 12:40
One of the greatest things about Komplete 7, is how seamless and easy the installation process is, for this massive collection of synths and programs. It is easy to choose what components you want to install and don't want to install, and it's easy to tell which programs and effects may overlap. The installation of all the synths are contained inside the same installation, and it's not like Native Instruments simply gives you an individual box and cd for each synthesizer (that would be a mess!). All of the synths and programs are activated with the same single key as well. If you have problems with one of the synths, it's easy to uninstall, or reinstall a single component as well. Be sure you know the difference between RTAS, VST, and Audio Units, in terms of plugin format, as you'll need to keep track of which of these you need to install for your computer system and DAW.
Overall, Komplete 7 is a great product if you need a little bit of everything, and you generally enjoy using Native Instrument's products. Check it out!
If being limited by your library of sounds is an issue...Published on 07/14/11 at 09:27
The most important part of Native Instruments Komplete 7 for me is, beyond any shadow of a doubt, Kontakt 4. It's a general program, and includes a bunch of samples of everything, but each...…
The most important part of Native Instruments Komplete 7 for me is, beyond any shadow of a doubt, Kontakt 4. It's a general program, and includes a bunch of samples of everything, but each of these samples quite simply rivals those that come in those dedicated programs that sell for just as much. So Kontakt 4 essentially replaces your DAW's soundbank. I especially find the strings to be very well implemented. If you're playing a single instrument, it is quite easy to tell that it's not real though, but only if you have a trained ear. Stick a bunch of them is a thick mix or even fully orchestrate something, and you have something that almost nobody will be able to tell came straight from a computer.
The other programs are also fantastic. I have enjoyed my time in Absynth immensely; even if you don't know what you're doing, you will not fail to find yourself lost in the sheer volume of things to do.
Battery was also impressive in the sense that it went beyond the typical "drum set" program, and did manage to include more esoteric sounds, like bombs, for example.
And finally, Guitar Rig did and always will surpass anything in its class, if you could put it in one.
The best advice I could give would be to stop reading reviews and start watching videos, listening to samples, and if you can, using it. I can't heap enough praise onto this bundle.
- Manufacturer: Native Instruments
- Model: Komplete 7
- Series: Komplete
- Category: Computer Music software bundles
- Added in our database on: 07/26/2010
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