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All Native Instruments downloads...
« on: April 08, 2009, 10:54:26 AM »
... for those times when it's nice to have them all on one page...



(Hint - Click the image for the link)

I've posted about some of these apps elsewhere in this sub-board, so feel free to use the Search function ;)

Or use the following:

Kore Player
Kontakt Player
Beatport Player
Kore 1 Controller
Guitar Rig Mobile

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Re: All Native Instruments downloads...
« Reply #1 on: August 06, 2009, 12:52:48 PM »
Thanks S, nice... ;)
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Native Instruments to discontinue support for Kore
« Reply #2 on: June 10, 2011, 10:43:23 PM »
Native Instruments recently announced that they're not furthering the development of their Kore engine-based products.

Official Native Instruments forum post:
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Discontinuation of the Kore product range
In order to utilize its development resources in the best interest of its wider userbase, Native Instruments has decided to discontinue the Kore product range.

As an immediate consequence, Kore 2 and all Kore-based instruments and effects will no longer be offered for sale. The Kore Player will also be no longer available for download.

The Kore 2 software will be supported through further maintenance updates for the time being. Two updates that will optimize the compatibility with current setups are currently in preparation: The first update will integrate the latest engine versions of Absynth 5, FM8, Guitar Rig 4, Massive, Kontakt 4 and Reaktor 5, and is scheduled for the third quarter of this year; a further update will provide 64bit plugin versions for Windows and Mac OS X, and is scheduled for the fourth quarter.

Technical support for Kore will also continue to be available.

Future versions of the Komplete bundle and of individual NI instruments might no longer be fully compatible with Kore, and will not include special preset versions for its sound browser.

Development resources will be refocused from Kore to Maschine and its popular instrument hosting features. Maschine will be enhanced with specific preset management and parameter mapping features for Komplete and individual NI instruments in the upcoming free 1.7 update, and will be further expanded in its role as the central NI instruments host in the future.

Owners of the full versions of Kore 1 or Kore 2 (including software-only versions) who are interested in Maschine can purchase a special crossgrade price of $449 /
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Re: Native Instruments to discontinue support for Kore
« Reply #3 on: June 10, 2011, 11:36:47 PM »
well does that just suck or what ! LOL so far good sounds for the few I have at moment at the plug and play level are far less then satisfying then I hoped but to soon for an over all consensus but something tells me cash is the answer :(

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Re: Native Instruments to discontinue support for Kore
« Reply #4 on: June 11, 2011, 04:10:23 AM »
For what it's worth, though, Ags, you should still give the free Kore Player a go since it falls into the "one Smurfolean dollar" price range.

Even if there's no future for add-ons, there's still some "neat noises" that you can generate using with your MIDI keyboard and you don't have to run a DAW to make any noise. You can run the app 'live' as the smart bits of a synthesizer, your MIDI keyboard as the synth keyboard, and run your soundcard outputs through whatever external amp you choose.

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Re: Native Instruments to discontinue support for Kore
« Reply #5 on: June 11, 2011, 11:30:35 AM »
looks like the it's been pulled but clicked down below and got to kore 2 so will see :) thanks