Native Instruments updates 3 products.
Native Instruments has released maintenance updates for Battery, Reaktor and Kontakt, in order to add the new MIDI keyboard support.
Battery v4.1.4, Kontakt / Kontakt Player v5.4.1 and Reaktor / Reaktor Player v5.9.2 are now all compatible with the new Komplete Kontrol S-Series MIDI keyboards introduced at the beginning of the month.
The bad news for Kontakt and Battery users, Native discontinues Mac OS X 10.7 and RTAS plug-in support.
The Kontakt update also adds two new features: a snapshot system for the Instruments and the ability to store .nka files to the ressource container (load_array mode 2). CPU performance for some elements were also improved.
The Reaktor update adds two new Automation and HW Control modules.
Last, the three updates fix some bugs.
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