5 New NI Instruments & Effects
Native Instruments has just released five products designed to expand its range of Komplete Instruments and Effects. The new products include Kontakt 5, Guitar Rig 5 Pro, Studio Drummer, Solid Mix Series and Transient Master.
Kontakt 5 is the next generation of the software sampler, designed to offer enhanced sound shaping as well as advanced instrument design.
Guitar Rig 5 Pro is the latest version of the effects studio. The fifth generation expands the feature set of the software with additional amplifiers and effects, speaker emulation, and various new features.
Studio Drummer is a new instrument for the creation of acoustic drum tracks. By combining sampled drum kits and a mixing environment with an assortment of grooves, the Kontakt-based instrument provides a "virtual drummer" for pop, rock, metal, jazz and related music styles.
The new Solid Mix Series is designed to emulate the EQ and dynamics sections of a classic mixing console, while Transient Master recreates a hardware processor designed to provide transient processing. Both products can used be used with the free Guitar Rig Player, or expand the arsenal of the Guitar Rig 5 software.
All new Komplete Instruments and Effects are available now for individual purchase, and are also included in the new Komplete 8 and Komplete 8 Ultimate bundles (Solid Mix Series only included in Komplete 8 Ultimate).
- Kontakt 5 $399 / 379 EUR
- Guitar Rig 5 Pro $199 / 179 EUR
- Studio Drummer $169 / 149 EUR
- Solid Mix Series $229 / 199 EUR
- Transient Master $119 / 99 EUR
Additional information is available at: www.native-instruments.com
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