Native Instruments Komplete 13 has landed alongside Guitar Rig 6 Pro

The flagship production suite now also features Straylight, Pharlight, Mysteria and more.

Native Instruments Komplete 13
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Now in production for 17 years, Native Instruments‘ flagship production suite today reaches its 13th iteration, touted as the biggest collection yet with over 115,000 sounds. Each bundle provides up to 90% off the price of the individual products.

The launch of Komplete 13 also coincides with that of Guitar Rig 6 Pro, which gets its first long-awaited major upgrade since 2011. Guitar Rig 6 Pro introduces a total redesign of the virtual pedalboard, with new amps, effects and presets to dial in your ideal guitar tone. It’s built with Intelligent Circuit Modelling, a machine-learning technology that assists in the realistic reproduction of vintage amps. In the development of future updates, NI will be welcoming ideas from its userbase of which hardware should be modelled.

In total, Komplete 13 boasts 120 instruments and effects, plus over 70 expansions. New to this version along with Guitar Rig 6 Pro is Cremona Quartet (including Stradivari Violin), Arkhis, Pharlight, Straylight, Mysteria, Super 8, Noire, Session Guitarist – Electric Sunburst, Cuba, Crush Pack and Raum. The brand’s Play Series is also included, comprised of Butch Vig Drums, Lo-Fi Glow, Modular Icons and Cloud Supply.

Komplete 13 will be available in four different versions, with Komplete 13 Select ($199/£169); Komplete 13 ($599/£499); Komplete 13 Ultimate (£1,199/£999); and Komplete 13 Ultimate Collector’s Edition ($1,599/£1,349). Upgrading customers will also be eligible for discounted rates.

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