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Native Instruments Komplete 7

Native Instruments announced KOMPLETE 7, an expanded version of its studio-standard software bundle.

The next generation of KOMPLETE now combines 24 instruments and effects – including five entirely new products – with over 10,000 sounds and 90 GByte of samples.

KOMPLETE 7 includes the latest versions of Native Instruments' full-featured instruments and effects, ranging from ABSYNTH 5, BATTERY 3.1, FM8, GUITAR RIG 4.1, KONTAKT 4.1 and MASSIVE to the upcoming REAKTOR 5.5. As the next generation of the modular synthesis studio, the new REAKTOR version adds modal and additive synthesis, a revised user interface, the "Lazerbass" synthesizer and enhancements for both instrument builders and musicians.

KOMPLETE 7 also integrates instruments and effects based on the player versions of KONTAKT, KORE, REAKTOR and GUITAR RIG.

Products added to the bundle include the ABBEY ROAD 60s DRUMS vintage drum library, the performance effect THE FINGER by Tim Exile, the sampled electric bass SCARBEE MM-BASS and all four electric pianos from the SCARBEE VINTAGE KEYS series by Thomas Scarbee, all four acoustic pianos of the CLASSIC PIANO COLLECTION, the cinematic ACOUSTIC REFRACTIONS instrument and the REAKTOR SPARK synthesizer.

 

Every copy of KOMPLETE 7 also includes an NI Online Shop voucher worth $60 / 50 EUR, valid towards any product from the KOMPLETE Instruments and Effects range that is not included in the bundle.

Pricing & Availability
KOMPLETE 7 will be available in September 2010 for a suggested retail price of $559 / 499 EUR. An update for owners of KOMPLETE 2/3/4/5/6 will be available for $229 / 199 EUR.

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