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Briefly: Black Friday sales from Native Instruments, Graph Builder

updated 09:36 pm EST, Thu November 28, 2013

50 percent sale off sale on variety of Native Instruments' items

Manufacturer of music production software and hardware Native Instruments has announced its major '50 percent off' sale in time for Thanksgiving and Black Friday.
The sale encompasses 68 Komplete Instruments and Effects, such as Action Strings, Massive, Kontakt 5, Reaktor 5 and more.




Maschine Expansions, Traktor Pro 2, and all updates, upgrades and crossgrades are included in the sale. Traktor DJ and iMaschine for iOS are available at a reduced price in the App Store. Running from now until December 9, Native Instruments' sale can be accessed through its online store.

Graph Builder on sale with a 25 percent discount

Graphic editing app Graph Builder is now on sale for Black Friday. Designed to facilitate visualization of information, Graph Builder can complement 2D and 3D graph features, write scripts to generate data, or load a Xcode plugin for extraordinary data generation and to retrieve data from external sources.



The latest version of Graph Builder -- version 10.9.12 -- includes bug fixes, improved user interface, and enabled capability to change the new document to a user-defined one. Currently available for $15, Graph Builder can be purchased from iTunes at the discounted price until 6AM ET on Monday.




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