Native Instruments has decided to discontinue the KORE product range, in order to utilize its development resources in the best interest of its wider userbase.
Native Instruments has reduced the price of the Kore 1. Buyers of the Kore 1 will receive a free update to KORE 2 software, when it becomes available. The KORE 1 controller is fully compatible with KORE 2 software and gives you the added benefit of a builtin professional USB audio interface.
Native Instruments today released KORE 1.1, an update for its Universal Sound Platform. The new version brings a wide range of functional enhancements, including support for the new SingleSound format, optimized integration with recently released NI software instruments, pre listen functionality, an additional selection of inspiring KoreSounds, and the ability for the KORE software to operate without the hardware controller attached.
The recently introduced Kore from Native Instruments has been updated to v1.0.2. As a software instruments and effects host, KORE unites all your VST and Audio Units plug ins into a single, uniform interface, giving you total control of your sounds with instant, hands on access and a real analog feel.
Native Instruments is excited to announce that KORE is now available in stores worldwide. KORE has been specifically developed to increase the efficiency, flexibility and ease of working with software instruments and effects in the studio and onstage. KORE is an integrated system consisting of a host software for VST and Audio Units plug-ins, and a tightly integrated hardware controller that includes a professional USB 2.0 audio/MIDI interface. It can be used both as a standalone instrument host as well as a plug-in within any Audio Units-, VST- and RTAS- compatible sequencer program. Due to the sophisticated bi-directional integration of the controller with the KORE software, all major functions of the system can be controlled without the need to touch or even see the computer that runs
Under the title Kore Days World Tour, Native Instruments has initiated a tour at local distributors World Wide. The KORE Days kick off from May 8th at NIs top dealers worldwide. Each participating store will host an event in which KORE will be presented in detail by selected product specialists. All aspects of KORE will be covered, from creating new sounds and using the Sound Browser to using KORE in a sequencer or live on stage.
Native Instruments today disclosed full details on KORE, the worlds first Universal Sound Platform, and announced that the system will be in stores soon. A new kind of host system for software instruments and effects, KORE has been specifically developed to increase the efficiency, flexibility and ease of working with music software in the studio and on stage.