NI Updates George Duke Soul Treasures
Native Instruments released an update to the KONTAKT-based instrument GEORGE DUKE SOUL TREASURES.
To mark this update, the price of the product has been reduced by 50% for one week only. From March 12th to March 19th 2012, the instrument is available for $59.50 / 49,50 EUR / 4800 ¥, exclusively at the NI Online Shop. Owners of the original GEORGE DUKE SOUL TREASURES will receive a newsletter with a link to the free update.
The update focuses on enhanced time-stretching, made possible by recent updates to the KONTAKT 5 engine, the company says. The new time-stretching is designed to provide a smoother sound when changing tempo or pitch shifting.
The updated GEORGE DUKE SOUL TREASURES runs in the latest version of KONTAKT or the free KONTAKT PLAYER.
Pricing & Availability:
This time-limited offer prices GEORGE DUKE SOUL TREASURES at $59.50 / 49,50 EUR / 4800 ¥ until March 19th 2012. The offer is available exclusively at the NI Online Shop.
Additional information on GEORGE DUKE SOUL TREASURES is available at www.native-instruments.com/soultreasures.
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