When you think of Native Instruments, the products that come to mind are probably software instruments. Although the company has branched out in recent years to create other production and DJ software and even state-of-the-art hardware, virtual instruments are still what Native Instruments is renowned for, and rightly so. With over 75 instruments and bundles available for all kinds of studio production applications, it's hard to imagine a sound the company's impressive range of software can't produce.
Native Instruments' selection of virtual instruments software is so vast, you're sure to find precisely what you need for any studio application. A great introduction point is the Komplete Elements Software, which includes Reaktor 5 for synth sounds, Guitar Rig 5 for amps, cabs and effects, and Kontart 5 for sampled instruments. With over 1000 premium sounds, this package is a solid way to launch your virtual instruments journey.
For a more comprehensive selection of sounds to use in your home studio, the Native Instruments Komplete 10 package is worth a look. A total of 39 instruments and effects are packed into this software, including classics such as Reaktor and Konart, as well as innovations such as the Rounds synth and Polyplex experimental drums. The sounds are not only numerous but authentic sounding, making this software ideal for even professional use.
If, however, your goal is to have Native Instruments' entire selection of Komplete instrument sounds at your fingertips, you can't beat the value of the Komplete 10 Ultimate Software. This extensive package is the combination of 75 virtual instrument products with a total of over 17,000 sounds. From cinematic and orchestral to electronic and even sampled and acoustic instruments, this package has all the sounds you need for any professional, modern studio setting.
Virtual instruments software by Native Instruments is widely recognized as the industry standard. And with endorsements from artists such as the Oscar and Grammy award winning brain behind Nine Inch Nails Trent Reznor, electronic music producer and DJ Boys Noize, and film composer Cliff Martinez, why not find out what the hype's all about for yourself?