Having launched it at the Winter NAMM show, Native Instruments has now released the Kore Player. This cutdown version of the software that ships with the full Kore 2 package can be downloaded now for free.
Under the hood you’ll find the power of six NI sound engines, while the intuitive browser enables you to find the preset you’re looking for quickly. A set of 50 sounds comes included and the software supports the VST, RTAS and Audio Units plug-in standards.
Native has also released its four new Kore Soundpacks: Massive Expansion Vol.1; Best of Absynth; Pop Drums; and Kontakt Sax & Brass. These range in price from $59/€49 to $79/€69 and can be loaded into either Kore 2 or Kore Player.
We’ll be testing the Kore Player and Soundpacks soon. In the meantime, we recommend that you try Kore Player for yourself – it’s waiting for you on the Native Instruments website.