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"no longer available "

Native Instruments Kore PlayerPublished on 06/06/12 at 00:16
Native instruments Kore player was a virtual synth that I downloaded for free years ago and still use it today. To actually get the module itself is free you can download it. But to have more packs and sounds you will have to pay for those. I downloaded a strings pack for about 45 dollars which wasn’t bad at all. Kore player gives you a few options at the top to edit and manipulate the sounds a little bit but it really doesn’t give you full control of how the sound will come out. I wish it had some EQ options built into it so I didn’t have to do all of that from the mixer tracks.


SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Software runs good though, never had a issue with it and never will. I have been......
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Native instruments Kore player was a virtual synth that I downloaded for free years ago and still use it today. To actually get the module itself is free you can download it. But to have more packs and sounds you will have to pay for those. I downloaded a strings pack for about 45 dollars which wasn’t bad at all. Kore player gives you a few options at the top to edit and manipulate the sounds a little bit but it really doesn’t give you full control of how the sound will come out. I wish it had some EQ options built into it so I didn’t have to do all of that from the mixer tracks.


SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Software runs good though, never had a issue with it and never will. I have been using it for a few years now and not much has changed and I don’t think they have come out with a new version of it. For some reason I think it is discontinued or something because even on the website it isn’t available to download (at this current moment. ) So im thankful I already have it in my computer.


OVERALL OPINION

I like how easy it is to use, it doesn’t take any effort to get to what you want as far as sounds go. Changing some sounds doesn’t take any effort either because you don’t have many things you can do to change them. I wish they would put out an update changing how long it takes to load up some of the sounds. Not the sounds that come with it, but I have some string patches that take 5 to 10 seconds to load after you click on them. that’s way to long it should be instant! Hopefully they fixed in the newest verson from Native instruments sooner than later.
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" Almost perfect"

Native Instruments Kore PlayerPublished on 10/29/11 at 18:53
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
No problem with installation or compatibility

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Works fine on win7 64bit with Cubase 5.1

OVERALL OPINION

Used for some months, I find it simple and classification of sounds is designed to avoid taking the lead. I just find that for the native, not bad options are passed to the door and I rather regret the lack of freedom. I work in the hip hop and I think that this software has been designed for that. Reason knew I was working before and is a perfect replacement. Total freedom of configuration (as in battery 3) which would miss the most:) eg rennomer sounds, delete etc ... best to use kontakt c for all that is real acoustic instrument, massive pr everything......
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No problem with installation or compatibility

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Works fine on win7 64bit with Cubase 5.1

OVERALL OPINION

Used for some months, I find it simple and classification of sounds is designed to avoid taking the lead. I just find that for the native, not bad options are passed to the door and I rather regret the lack of freedom. I work in the hip hop and I think that this software has been designed for that. Reason knew I was working before and is a perfect replacement. Total freedom of configuration (as in battery 3) which would miss the most:) eg rennomer sounds, delete etc ... best to use kontakt c for all that is real acoustic instrument, massive pr everything big synths and kore for any strange sounds, ambience, premasterisés or sampled. Very good at creating atmospheres and musical colors:)

Peace
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Native Instruments Kore PlayerPublished on 03/18/08 at 11:00
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Installation on Mac with one or two rats: one must have an account, and bites a little tail. Tip: wait politely to receive a password to activate the product ...
Very simple and intuitive, immediately recognized by GarageBand without having to do, thank you Mac.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

On a Macbook Intel 2.2 GHz and 4GB of ram, all is well ... trs

OVERALL OPINION

Use a few hours, a marvel of sounds too good to got a little too.
However extensions Sound Pack Chres are really not so ... there are ways to increase opportunities for crack!
For a freeware, it's really top quality thank you NI.
They understood that giving is the best marketing.
A Tlcharger emergency. Anything. ...
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Installation on Mac with one or two rats: one must have an account, and bites a little tail. Tip: wait politely to receive a password to activate the product ...
Very simple and intuitive, immediately recognized by GarageBand without having to do, thank you Mac.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

On a Macbook Intel 2.2 GHz and 4GB of ram, all is well ... trs

OVERALL OPINION

Use a few hours, a marvel of sounds too good to got a little too.
However extensions Sound Pack Chres are really not so ... there are ways to increase opportunities for crack!
For a freeware, it's really top quality thank you NI.
They understood that giving is the best marketing.
A Tlcharger emergency. Anything.
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" Best Free VST"

Native Instruments Kore PlayerPublished on 12/02/10 at 05:40
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Installation is relatively simple. download from the server Native instruments, facilities "NI Service Center" and install the program, leave the program then ... forward music!
In short at this level, nothing unusual.
Overall, the program is simple to use for each instrument, modulations, effects and other tweaking is possible.
Well enough to play.
My PC is

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

cuor quad with 2 GB of RAM, sound card tascam US-144.
Kore player works very well on my setup.

OVERALL OPINION

I use this software for about a year.
I'm not a fan of VSTs, I prefer the pure recording instruments. But Kore Player is simply THE VST I can not do without. I use both my Drums......
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Installation is relatively simple. download from the server Native instruments, facilities "NI Service Center" and install the program, leave the program then ... forward music!
In short at this level, nothing unusual.
Overall, the program is simple to use for each instrument, modulations, effects and other tweaking is possible.
Well enough to play.
My PC is

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

cuor quad with 2 GB of RAM, sound card tascam US-144.
Kore player works very well on my setup.

OVERALL OPINION

I use this software for about a year.
I'm not a fan of VSTs, I prefer the pure recording instruments. But Kore Player is simply THE VST I can not do without. I use both my Drums Background for my line of low-cons or my main battery line. The choice of instruments can be increased by downloading packs of NI instruments (there are even free!). The quality of this company shows that even in this freeware.
Another ponit that I find it interresting sorting, classification of instruments in this program ... it simplifies your life when you start flipping out looking for the sound you want!

In short, I think it's ZE VST FOR EVERY MUSICIAN of all possible styles!
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Native Instruments
  • Model: Kore Player
  • Category: Virtual Sound Modules
  • Added in our database on: 02/18/2008

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