Native Instruments NAMM Show 2006 News
Music equipment companies from all over the world are presenting their latest innovations at the NAMM show in Anaheim, California until January 22nd. Native Instruments is, as ever, on the front line with the entire product range on display, an enticing schedule of live performances and a special preview of a truly revolutionary new application: KORE. This newsletter brings you up to speed with the latest Native Instruments developments!
KORE - The Universal Sound Platform
KORE will revolutionize the way you produce and perform. This groundbreaking new product is a universal sound platform and performance environment for studio producers and live musicians. As the world\'s first of its kind, it integrates all your software instruments and effects into a single, unified interface. KORE gives you total control of your sound and instant, hands-on access with a real analog feel.
Native Instruments is not only a pioneer in the field of software instruments but has in recent years taken the guitar and DJ sectors by storm. As a consequence, three separate divisions have been formed within the company: the DJ, Guitar and Instruments Divisions. These three highly specialized teams each have a strong focus on their individual areas of expertise, allowing the diverse needs of today\'s musicians, producers and DJs to be addressed more precisely and the best possible products for the widest range of creative applications to be developed. This restructuring has also created new positions, so it is worthwhile keeping a close eye on the NI jobs page.
The much anticipated release of the KONTAKT 2 Tutorial DVD is just moments away - scheduled for release end of February 2006. This interactive DVD is a treasure chest of information for both beginners and experts alike.
Work on compatibility issues with the new Intel-based Macs is also in full swing. The first wave of updates is scheduled for release in the 2nd quarter 2006.