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Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol S25 and Maschine Mikro MK2 Lowered Price
The Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol S25 and the Native Instruments Maschine Mikro MK2 are both now available for the specially lowered price of £229. Now you can get even more affordable access to the Native Instruments software collection and virtual instruments, whether you prefer keyboard or drum pad control.
Komplete Kontrol S25
The Komplete Kontrol S25 is a compact keyboard controller that integrates effortlessly with Native Instruments software. Native Instruments now include Komplete 11 Select standard with all Komplete Kontrol keyboards, meaning you can get started with premium-quality virtual instruments right out-of-the-box.
The controller has 25 keys and provides intuitive control over Komplete software. It has a high-quality Fatar keybed for a superior feel, along with a Light Guide™ key illumination and Clear View display to deliver a unique visual perspective on the creative process. Many programmable parameter dials feature displays for a clear visual indication, while a number of transport and program buttons let you operate your DAW more effectively.
The Komplete 11 Select bundle features 45 different products with everything from synthesizers and classical sounds to high-quality effects and mastering tools. Compiled with professional digital musicians in mind, the Komplete 11 bundle features everything you will need to produce high-quality productions from your favourite DAW.
See more about the Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol S25 now available for £229.
Maschine Mikro MK2
The Machine Mikro MK2 is a compact beat-making controller with 16 velocity-sensitive multi-coloured pads. It comes with Komplete 11 Select (mentioned above) which offers some of the best virtual instruments and effects on the market. This bundle allows you make music straight out-of-the-box, with pro-quality sounds and physical integration.
The Maschine Mikro MK2 offers a highly interactive workflow with its clear colour-coordinated pads and a bright visual display. The controller also offers program control buttons for direct integration with the NI software and your DAW, while the 8 illuminated buttons are ideal for low-light environments. The Mikro MK2's portable and versatile design makes it ideal for both studio and live performances alike.
The Mikro MK2 bundle allows you to create rhythms, bass lines, chords and melodies; building tracks on-the-fly with the intuitive, clip-based sequencer. Maschine Mikro MK2 also gives you a high-performance sampler, professional effects and full support for VST and Audio Units plug-ins. Including over 6 GB of ready-to-use, professional and inspiring sounds, with Machine Mikro MK2 you can make music right away with the included drum kits, one-shot samples, basses, synths and acoustic instruments.
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By Matt Wilkinson
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