Installation will take a while, but it is easy; specify your locations and you can set it and forget it. It's still pretty hard to find what you are looking for. Especially good for kick drums, snares, bass, or guitars. In which case maybe I wouldn't need a high quality internal sound card, and I could maybe save a bit of money or maybe even get a gaming laptop for portability? Native Instruments Komplete 12 Ultimate is a huge bundle of virtual instruments and professional-grade effects. Edit: As I was writing this I got the notice that it shipped and will arrive tomorrow. The new effects pack includes a distortion, bit crusher, and ring modulator -- the latter being quite rare in the plug-in world I am only aware of the oine from Melda Productions, which is multi-band, and the one from Plug'n'Play. Plus, that one annoys me with how many people ask the same rec over and over again, without doing a search themselves, and every time the recs they receive are clueless as to the scope of what's available, and yet taken as the final word.
I don´t need most of the Ultimate stuff as I do Electronic music only. The individual products cannot be resold separately. I will wait until then and if the price is ok I might update. Is there anything else that could even be in there? I realise it's all subjective of course, but yeah, anyway. In fact on this update, the N. I tried to be clear and read several time this post. So I think that for the avg Joe, the K 11 Select might be a good start point not too expensive with some cool stuffs Native Instruments could at least provide a Scarbee bass.
I have a very hard time justifying this price after purchasing 10 and every other one since 2 Click to expand. I also find option-overload detrimental to one's creativity. I tested all of them because I'm like a child I like to have many toys and play with them. Komplete 12 Ultimate The Komplete concept has a bittersweet edge to it. It depends how many of the things included are going to be useful.
It's pretty damn close though. Its musical character fits a wide range of production needs. This time I think there might be. Overall Versatility: When it comes to a massive bundle of instruments like this, versatility is an important metric to consider. I truly appreciate them giving me accurate date of delivery and shipping my product with care! He's been answering questions left and right in the threads I linked to above.
Depends on your budget really and what your trying to do, but having Ultimate with Expansions your good. And Native Devices does a fantastic job right here. I will probably upgrade this time around, but I'd like a full rundown of features first. However due to circumstances was not able to until I came across American Musical Supply and their payment plans. I used the session acoustic guitar loads for some old work stuff, but it may be useless to you etc etc. They almost always never let me down.
Plus, that one annoys me with how many people ask the same rec over and over again, without doing a search themselves, and every time the recs they receive are clueless as to the scope of what's available, and yet taken as the final word. Also, at the current date, purchasing Komplete 12 on Thomann website, saves you nearly 50¤ compared with the price listed on Native instruments Online store. I have plenty of symphonic libraries though, so they'd have to be extra special such as from the Berlin series, which I don't yet own any of. My bigger problem is within Kontakt itself. Best Regards David ps: I'm french with a very bad english.
Some of the new kontakt instruments seem pretty cool, but there really just isn't enough reviews out there yet so I don't know if I could do enough research to make a choice just yet. The instruments in this bundle are superb. Are you planning to upgrade? Even thought its not on the description on Thomann website, it comes at the current moment 16. Komplete Ultimate Products are top of the line! Changes in compatibility with third-party products may depend on restrictions Native Instruments cannot influence. All of these instruments have been and will continue to be mainstays in our sound libraries.
I'm finding the lack of information surrounding both particularly Massive X , to be very strange. As more and more vendors switch to Kontakt Player, the scrolling of those icon-based library containers has become unwieldy and so I have now ceased arranging them by instrument category and am about to even stop using the Library tab altogether and just strictly find things using the File System Navigator. If you haven't upgraded it's worth it, especially at 50% off. For tracks, groups, and mixes. Despite having no choice, there are still a large number of things I find very compelling Kompelling? I can understand why the ethnic libraries might be tough to organize. I'm sure a lot of people who are interested in Thrill are like myself holding out to see what will be included in 12. With five vivid delay modes and advanced options, this effect delivers pure inspiration.
But this is kind of unusual this close in. But I have been able to snag up some the bits I want on the open market. We'll see whether X adds that. A maximum of three installations on three machines are allowed as long as only one installation is used at any given time. Give your midi controller a workout with this never-ending collection of cool instruments. It's very much a uni-tasker, like having a tool in your kitchen drawer that only takes out an avocado pit and is useless for anything else.