Updated: May 19
Are you hesitant of upgrading your Kontakt or Native instruments Complete bundle?
Well, I've got the inside scoop on the new Complete 14 Bundle from Native Instruments, including their brand new Kontakt 7 player. And let me tell you, it's a game changer.
As a drum nerd and music producer,
I was ecstatic when Native Instruments offered to give me a sneak peak of their new bundle. But, before I could even dive into the 90 new instruments included, I faced my first hurdle: the installation process. I encountered failed installs left and right, and even with 2 terabytes of free disk space, it was driving me nuts. But, after a few restart attempts, I was able to successfully install most of the libraries.
Now onto the good stuff:
the new Kontakt 7 player. With the new version, developers have more options to create even more realistic and immersive virtual instruments. Plus, it even works with older libraries, so you don't have to worry about upgrading all of your current ones.
As a third-party developer myself,
I was also pleased to see that Native Instruments is making it easy for us to create new instruments with the new features in Kontakt 7.