Posted on 24th January 2019 by Callum
Native Instruments release three new products at NAMM 2019. There’s a pair of audio interfaces offering 192 kHz 24 bit audio resolution, and a micro MIDI keyboard controller. Read on for more…
The Komplete Audio 1 & 2 are audio interfaces; ideal for musicians, beat makers and performers! The Komplete Audio 1 features a single XLR and single jack input, with individual gain controls. It also has a stereo RCA output. The Komplete Audio 2 expands to stereo recording thanks to the inclusion of 2 combi XLR/Jack inputs. It also features stereo jack outputs.
Both models operate via USB 2.0 or higher and can record high-quality audio at 192 kHz and 24 bit. They both feature a VU meter, big volume knob and direct-monitoring functionality.
What’s more, either of these units give you access to a massive range of awesome Native Instruments software:
The Komplete Kontrol M32 is super portable, has a sleek design, and gives you the ability to tap into a wide range of instruments. It’s also Native Instrument’s first micro-sized keyboard. This is the most affordable way of accessing the legendary Native Instruments software packages.
The M32 features 32 synth-action keys and 8 touch-sensitive control knobs, 2 touch strips and a 4-directional push encoder. This gives you great control over your software and instruments. Powered by USB 2.0, the M32 deeply integrates with Maschine software. It also includes a stack of great NI software and plugins:
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