Native Instruments Launch Komplete 11 Suite

NI have unveiled their latest massive VST bundle

Native Instruments Launch Komplete 11 Suite

NI have unveiled their latest massive VST bundle

Native Instruments have added to their weighty synth range with the release of the Komplete 11 Suite. The new synth bundle comes in a variety of forms; Suite, Select Ultimate. Select is an entry level bundle, costing round £150 and including some of Native Instruments most popular software, including the near essential Massive VST - it seems like a pretty solid purchase for anyone starting out in digital production, here's what you're getting:

* Massive (powerful popular synth)
* The Gentleman (sampled piano instrument)
* Monark (analog synth emulation)
* Drumlab (acoustic/electronic drum hybrid)
* Retro Maschines MK2 (vintage sampled instruments from the 70s and 80s)
* Vintage Organs (classic organs)
* West Africa (traditional West African percussion, solo or polyrhythmic ensembles)
* Reaktor Prism (polyphonic modal synthesizer)
*Scarbee Mark I (electronic piano)
* Solid Bus Comp (legendary bit compressor)

At a step up you've got the Komplete 11 Suite, costing $599 - we hesitate to say what that is in £££s because by the time we've typed a figure, it'll probably have changed. Thanks Brexit. Anyway, for your 600 bucks, you get a lot - around 45 instruments covering drums, synths and samplers. The official Native Instruments promo video is totally dry, so instead here's a nice man called Rob talking about what you get in both Suite, and the full on $1199 Ultimate version:

Komplete 11 is selling from September 1st

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