50% off Komplete 10 and Maschine 2 updates
Native Instruments has launched its now familiar Summer of Sound sale, with 50% off all Komplete and Maschine updates, upgrades and crossgrades.
Through June 30th, owners of previous versions of Komplete and Komplete Ultimate can purchase an update or upgrade to Komplete 10 and Komplete 10 Ultimate at half price. They will pay 99,50 € and 199,50 € respectively.
Also, owners of a Komplete Kontrol S keyboard, Maschine 2 software or individual Komplete instruments and effects benefit from nice discounts when they crossgrade to Komplete 10 and Komplete 10 Ultimate.
If you own Maschine, the update from the Maschine software v1 to v2 is also at half price and you can purchase Komplete Select, a bundle featuring 10 instruments and effects from the Komplete series, for 49,50 € only.
Some individual Komplete instruments and effects can also be upgraded or updated with a 50% discount, such as Kontakt, Guitar Rig, Reaktor, Battery, Absynth, FM8, Session Horns Pro, Session Strings Pro and Supercharger.
More info about the Summer of Sound sale at www.native-instruments.com.
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