NI Launches 2018 Summer of Sound Sale

Big savings on KOMPLETE instruments and effects      13/06/18

NI Launches 2018 Summer of Sound Sale


It's that time of year again - Native Instruments is currently running the recurring Summer of Sound sales special. They tell us that the special focuses on KOMPLETE instruments and effects, with 50% off all upgrades and updates to KOMPLETE 11, KOMPLETE 11 ULTIMATE, and individual instruments and effects. Here's more details in their own words...

The special includes offers for all music producers, whether they already own Native Instruments products or not. New producers benefit from special deals on hardware/software bundles, combining NI’s acclaimed KOMPLETE 11 and KOMPLETE 11 ULTIMATE production suites with KOMPLETE KONTROL S-Series keyboards or MASCHINE hardware.

Producers who own older versions of KOMPLETE save 50% on updates or upgrades to the latest version – KOMPLETE 11. For example, owners of KOMPLETE 8-10 can save 50% on either the update to KOMPLETE 11, or the upgrade to KOMPLETE 11 ULTIMATE.

Individual KOMPLETE instruments are also included in the offer – producers can save 50% when they update their older instruments to the latest versions. Popular updates include KONTAKT 5, REAKTOR 6, GUITAR RIG 5 PRO, BATTERY 4, and the SYMPHONY SERIES COLLECTION.

Besides all the KOMPLETE offers, the MASCHINE 2 software update is also 50% off.

Pricing and Availability:

The Summer of Sound special offer is valid until July 1, 2018, at the NI Online Shop and at participating retailers worldwide while supplies last.
E-vouchers cannot be used in conjunction with special offers.

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