U-He's Diva now NKS-ready
U-He has announced that Diva v1.4.1 is now compatible with Native Instruments' new Native Kontrol Standard (NKS).
This allows Diva to be integrated with Maschine and Komplete Kontrol S-Series keyboards.
For this update, U-He annonce to have carefully tagged and categorised all of Diva's factory patches - which means all of Diva's presets are available while browsing in Maschine or Komplete Kontrol. And, users' patches can now easily be saved in NKS format from within Diva.
A custom control knob mappings for Diva's entire factory patch library was also defined: with Maschine and S-Series keyboards, each patch loads a custom performance page with the most important parameters immediately available, and in case more control are needed each Diva module has its own page where more parameters are accessible. Adjust the oscillators, filter, envelopes and effects. No setup required.
Diva's version 1.4.1 is a free update for Diva owners and can be installed over existing versions, while new customers can get Diva for an MSRP of $179 (+VAT in the UE). More details at U-He's website.
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