Save 50% On Native Instruments Software

Native Instruments Komplete dealHoliday Electronic Music Gear Deals: Native Instruments is running a limited time 50% off deal on their software:

Between November 25th and 29th, 2010, you can save 50% on all* individual KOMPLETE Instruments & Effects in our Online Shop! Choose from 70 professional products like our brand-new sound controlled synth – THE MOUTH, exclusive keyboard phrases with GEORGE DUKE SOUL TREASURES, the essential ABBEY ROAD DRUMS series, and even hardware like KORE 2 and GUITAR RIG KONTROL.

Sounds like a great deal – unless you bought NI software recently. Details at the NI site.

14 thoughts on “Save 50% On Native Instruments Software

  1. I was planning to purchase three titles @ a total of 347 euros and I was on the site (even before the announcement) to check if they were available on DVD – when they all started coming up half-price!!! I also had three e-vouchers to the value of 100 euros so the total cost of my order was 72.50 euros . . . GOOD TIMES!!! =)

  2. Yeah, this would be awesome if it were possible to place an order, but for the last 24 hours, their site seems to be down for most users – see the KVR thread. A lot of people are pissed off.

    Of course, after a few days we'll hear that it was due to "overwhelming demand", but frankly it looks as if they are throttling servers intentionally. "Sorry guys, we're out of bits. Come back when everything is back to normal (prices)…"

  3. "I own Reaktor and Kontakt. And despite this "sale", they still want 299 Euros for me to upgrade to Komplete."

    The upgrade to Komplete is on sale for 25% off at audiomidi.com

  4. I don't quite think that's fair.. I mean; a webserver can only take so much; if your lines are physically clogged up so to say then it doesn't matter anymore how good an engineer you are; full is full.

    The only thing which would help then is immediate expansion on your bandwith. But that's usually not easily and quickly done.

  5. I don't quite think that's fair.. I mean; a webserver can only take so much; if your lines are physically clogged up so to say then it doesn't matter anymore how good an engineer you are; full is full.

    The only thing which would help then is immediate expansion on your bandwith. But that's usually not easily and quickly done.

  6. I don't quite think that's fair.. I mean; a webserver can only take so much; if your lines are physically clogged up so to say then it doesn't matter anymore how good an engineer you are; full is full.

    The only thing which would help then is immediate expansion on your bandwith. But that's usually not easily and quickly done.

  7. I don't quite think that's fair.. I mean; a webserver can only take so much; if your lines are physically clogged up so to say then it doesn't matter anymore how good an engineer you are; full is full.

    The only thing which would help then is immediate expansion on your bandwith. But that's usually not easily and quickly done.

  8. I don't quite think that's fair.. I mean; a webserver can only take so much; if your lines are physically clogged up so to say then it doesn't matter anymore how good an engineer you are; full is full.

    The only thing which would help then is immediate expansion on your bandwith. But that's usually not easily and quickly done.

  9. I don't quite think that's fair.. I mean; a webserver can only take so much; if your lines are physically clogged up so to say then it doesn't matter anymore how good an engineer you are; full is full.

    The only thing which would help then is immediate expansion on your bandwith. But that's usually not easily and quickly done.

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