Reaktor 5 Now in Stores

Upgrade path for Reaktor Session users - Session to be discontinued      17/06/05

Buying Choices
The much anticipated Reaktor 5 has landed in stores worldwide. After much bruhaha after it's launch earlier this year, the flagship Native Instruments modular softsynth has left the building. REAKTOR 5 is the next generation of NI's award-winning modular sound design studio that fuses synthesis, sampling and effects. The latest version introduces the new "REAKTOR Core Technology", resulting in a major technology leap that dramatically widens the scope of REAKTOR-based instrument design. With a massive instrument library, powerful new routing options, vastly expanded panel design options, a revised user interface and a host of other improvements, the new version of REAKTOR is more than ever an unlimited creative resource for musicians and producers. REAKTOR 5 is available for a suggested retail price of $579 / 499 Euro from authorized dealers and in the NI Online Shop. An update for owners of REAKTOR 3/4 is available for a $169 / 149 Euro. Owners of REAKTOR SESSION can now take advantage of a special REAKTOR 5 upgrade offer, allowing them to move up to the full-featured version of REAKTOR for only $169 / 149 Euro. From now on, NATIVE INSTRUMENTS will completely focus REAKTOR development on the full-featured version of REAKTOR. Therefore, REAKTOR SESSION will be discontinued. The REAKTOR 5 upgrade offer for REAKTOR SESSION users is valid until August 31st 2005.
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