Today, Native Instruments has announced a host of new products aimed at producers and DJs who are just starting on their journeys. The products include a new keyboard, audio interfaces, a free version of Komplete, and Traktor DJ 2, which is a new version of Traktor designed to work with iPad, PC, and Mac either standalone or with the new S2 controller. Furthermore, Sounds.com receives further updates with new shareable user Collections, and credits that roll over from month to month. From February, all loops and samples on Sounds.com will be NKS-tagged and easily accessible. Collections will also sync to KOMPLETE KONTROL and MASCHINE with a single click for easy tag-based browsing and a drag-and-drop workflow in any DAW. Other releases include updates to NKS hardware and Maschine.
KOMPLETE AUDIO 1 and 2 – the first two offerings in a new range of slick, easy-to-use audio interfaces. Both are available from March 19, and offer pristine sound quality with different in/out connection options. The interfaces include a generous software package, featuring synths, effects, MASCHINE Essentials, and Ableton Live 10 Lite – again providing everything a producer needs to create full tracks from start to finish. KOMPLETE AUDIO 1 and 2 will also be welcomed by a wide community of singer-songwriters, YouTubers, podcasters, and gamers looking for great sound.
KOMPLETE KONTROL M32 i designed to provide the same hands-on workflow and comprehensive Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) integration as the S-Series and A-Series controllers, but with a smaller footprint and a lower price point. Available in March, the M32 comes with everything a new producer needs to sketch out, tweak, and finalize a track. The package includes MASCHINE Essentials, Ableton Live 10 Lite, NI’s acclaimed MONARK synthesizer, and more.
Stay tuned for more updates from NAMM 2019