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Native Instruments

Native Instruments is a leading manufacturer of software and hardware for computer-based audio production and DJing.

Founded in 1996, Native Instruments paved the way for a world of real-time sound synthesis on standard computers. NI have innovated relentlessly since then, inspiring entire genres and completely revolutionising the ways in which people creat and perform music. Native Instruments products blend outstanding sound quality with limitless sonic possibilities, aesthetic interface design with supreme usability, and comprehensive functionality with an uncompromising attention to detail. Native Instruments now offers an extensive range of hardware, seamlessly integrating with the software products that cover the whole realm of modern music creation and performance. This portfolio is organized into three product brands.

Komplete

The Komplete family consists of a wide range of software instruments and effects, which have been thoughtfully designed to facilitate professional music production across various styles and genres. With over 50 products in the range, including such standout creative tools as the modular sound design software REAKTOR, the market-leading sampler KONTAKT, and the universal digital effects studio GUITAR RIG.

 

Maschine

Since its introduction in 2009, the Maschine product range has revolutionized digital groove production thanks to an integrated hardware-software concept and uniquely intuitive real-time workflow. The Maschine has singlehandedly created a new market segment, with adoption in both electronic and urban music genres and beyond, MASCHINE has become synonymous with a new and particularly spontaneous way of creating and performing beat-oriented music.

 

Traktor

Traktor frees DJs from the limitations of analog and provides vast new creative possibilities that expand the very definition of DJing. Based on the ground-breaking TRAKTOR software that first pioneered the concept of full-featured computer-based DJing in 2001 (as the software brain of the Stanton Final Scratch DVS), and complemented with a diverse and growing range of hardware controllers and audio interfaces, the product family has come to represent the contemporary paradigm of DJing more than any other technology on the market.