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New KORE 2 works with third-party controllers

updated 04:40 pm EDT, Tue September 2, 2008

KORE Electronic Experience

Native Instruments has announced a new software version of KORE 2, alongside price reductions and a KORE soundpack bundle. KORE 2 Software Edition offers musicians and producers the chance to combine KORE 2 with their existing MIDI controller. The Software Edition provides the full functionality of the KORE 2 application, but leaves out the dedicated KORE hardware controller in favor of a more affordable price point. All owners of this application will also be provided with the option to add the KORE controller later on as a separate purchase.

The KORE Electronic Experience has also been introduced; combining seven KORE soundpacks into one bundle at a reduced price. The package includes 800 distinctive instrument sounds, 150 multi-effects and ten drum kits, originating from packs such has the Best of ABSYNTH, Best of REAKTOR Vol. 1 and Synthetic Drums Reloaded.

The retail price of KORE 2 with the hardware controller has been reduced to $449, or the Software Edition of KORE 2 can be purchased for $199. The KORE Electronic Experience retails for $229 and comes with an online voucher for the download of an additional sound pack of the user's choice.




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