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Native Instruments Kills Kore

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Virtual Rack/Host for Plug-in from Native Instruments belonging to the Kore series.

After several days of rumours and discussions on the company's forums, Native Instruments has confirmed that Kore is about to be discontinued.

After 5 years, Kore is on its way out and newer products, such as Maschine, should take the front stage. Current developments will be completed though, and Kore 2 users will get their 64-bit updates for Mac OS X and Windows plug-ins.

 

NI will also continue to provide technical support, but recommands that Kore 1 & 2 users (hardware versions) start turning towards Maschine - with a crossgrade offer priced at $449/€399.

  • StainlessB 9 posts
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    Posted on 06/10/2011 at 16:59:29

    Absolutely great news... Having just recently purchased Komplete 7 and an additional module for Kore

     

     

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