Kore Now Available In Stores

May 16, 2006

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 the software.

In time with the official release, the software update 1.0.1 for KORE has also been made available. The new version offers several enhancements, including a new "Live View" mode, six additional effects, optimized audio drivers and more. KORE 1.0.1 also includes preconfigured "Easy Access Pages" for a wide range of software instruments from Arturia, Gmedia, Korg, Spectrasonics and other manufacturers, which allow for plug-in parameters to be automatically assigned to the control elements on the KORE controller.

Native Instruments today also kicked off "KORE Days", an international workshop tour in cooperation with more than 140 stores worldwide. Each KORE Days event features an in-depth product presentation that covers all aspects of KORE, and gives users the possibility to try out the system themselves afterwards. Further information, including a complete list of dates, can be found at www.native-instruments.com/koredays.info

KORE is available for a suggested retail price of $559/499 Euro from authorized dealers and in the NI Online Shop. Furthermore, a special Limited Time Offer for owners of NI KOMPLETE is effective until June 31st. Detailed information about the conditions is available on the NI website.
For more information, please see www.native-instruments.com/kore.info.

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