NI / Galaxy Instruments / Nils Frahm -- NOIRE

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whiskers

whiskers

Perpetual student
I am quite sure it will be included in the next version of Komplete, but I am still considering it because I want it more than any other product that has come up between Kompletes.

I have an e-voucher and I think the license will be an easy thing to sell after the next Komplete comes out. At least that's the way my GAS is negotiating with my last remnants of common sense.
That's exactly where I ended up
 

TigerTheFrog

Froganthropist
Check your ni account. It's only if you bought K12 though
I only got a $25 e-voucher when I registered K12 Ultimate. $50 must only be for KU12CE.

It didn't come up in my account, they sent me an email with a code after I registered. I am waiting for them to send me another code for $25 for buying my M32, but you can only use one at a time.
 

TigerTheFrog

Froganthropist
You shouldn't need to be sent one, it should be in e-vouchers in your account straight after purchse.
M32 isn't a software purchase, it's a hardware purchase, and NI says that I'll get the e-voucher within 48 hours after registration, which I did last night. I'll also get the two free months of sounds.com offer.

The $25 e-voucher from buying KU is in my account. But NOT the code for a $50 voucher they sent me on 1/17, when they sent out a notification that Massive X would be late.
 

SoNowWhat?

realised I can type here
Can I ask those that have it, what’s the performance hit like? RAM/CPU or anything else you’d care to comment on.
 
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whiskers

whiskers

Perpetual student
I only got a $25 e-voucher when I registered K12 Ultimate. $50 must only be for KU12CE.

It didn't come up in my account, they sent me an email with a code after I registered. I am waiting for them to send me another code for $25 for buying my M32, but you can only use one at a time.
Yeah the 50$ was titled Massive X Delay. So not sure if that's only K12UCE or not
 

scoringdreams

Random Member
Bought this on impulse, interesting concept; maybe slightly overhyped by marketing, but it sounds good.

Takes a while to get used to the 'particles engine', but otherwise a pretty versatile piano.

One thing (not related to the product itself), is that I did not realised that this thing ran on Kontakt 6 - so I had to spend more...
 
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CGR

Pianist, Composer & Arranger
@CGR I'd love to hear whatever you whip up if you're going to get this
Ha! I'm sorely tempted. Trying to justify the purchase when I already have the wonderful Garritan Abbey Road Yamaha CFX, and the Galaxy/Native Instruments-Nils Frahm-David Klavins Una Corda. Hmmm - decisions, decisions . . .
 

scoringdreams

Random Member
Ha! I'm sorely tempted. Trying to justify the purchase when I already have the wonderful Garritan Abbey Road Yamaha CFX, and the Galaxy/Native Instruments-Nils Frahm-David Klavins Una Corda. Hmmm - decisions, decisions . . .
IMO, if you are into the particles engine, go for it then. If not, it's 'just another piano library', because you already own the Garritan CFX.
 
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CGR

Pianist, Composer & Arranger
IMO, if you are into the particles engine, go for it then. If not, it's 'just another piano library', because you already own the Garritan CFX.
I may do some experimenting with the Garritan CFX in combination with FX plugins like Tantra to see if I can attain a similar 'particle engine' texture. The felted samples are something else (although I do have NI's Una Corda).