NAMM 2019: NI Komplete Kontrol M32

Native Instruments clearly wants to make 2019 the year in which more people make electronic music.

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NI brings the Komplete Kontrol M32 (€ 119, -) to the NAMM Show, NI's most compact and affordable MIDI keyboard controller to date. Starting in March, these new products promise the same workflow and DAW integration that you are accustomed to from NI's S-series and A-series controllers. The Midi Controller comes with Maschine Essentials, Ableton Live 10 Lite, NI's Monark synth and more.

Also new from NI is the two new audio interfaces, the 2-channel Komplete Audio 1 and 2. As you would expect, each version offers a slightly different I / O configuration and a lot of software is included - Maschine Essentials and Ableton Live 10 Lite are included. In fact, there is some free software on the agenda: Komplete Start. This gives you 15 software instruments, two effects and almost 1,500 loops to play with, including the TRK-01 bass instrument, Mikro Prism Synth and Supercharger tube compressor.

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NI also introduces Native ID, a single sign-in mechanism that gives everyone with a Native Instruments account direct access to the platform, and an option to activate a trial membership of two weeks. will also be integrated into the Komplete Kontrol 2.1 and Maschine 2.8 software updates, giving you quick access to your content.

In response to the releases, Native Instruments CEO and co-founder, Daniel Haver, said: "Following our vision that everyone can make music, today's announcements show our continued removal of barriers to making music. Our hardware and software releases provide new access points for creators of all levels, the integration puts millions of loops and samples at the fingertips of the artist and we continue to pursue industry standards with NKS. Finally, a universal Native ID login provides a seamless experience for our customers, making our services and platforms better connected."