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Native Instruments will soon change the pricing and upgrade conditions for NI Komplete 2, the product bundle consisting of eleven software synthesizers, samplers and effects. With Absynth 3, Battery 2 and a free upgrade to the upcoming Kontakt 2 now included in the bundle, the pricing for NI Komplete 2 will be adjusted to reflect the increased value of the package.
The new suggested retail prices for NI Komplete 2 are:
The new pricing for NI Komplete 2 will take effect on April 1st 2005. Up to that date, customers can still take advantage of the old prices ($1,149/Euro 999 for the full version).
The price of NI Komplete Care 2005 remains unchanged.
Furthermore, the NI Komplete 2 upgrade scheme has been extended to include older product versions that previously did not qualify for an upgrade. Qualifying products now also include Reaktor 2.3, Absynth 1, Kontakt 1 and Pro-52.
For more information, visit their web site at www.native-instruments.com