Native Instruments has launched its annual Cyber Season sale with discounts up to 50% OFF on plugins, software updates/upgrades/crossgrades, expansions, and more.
Now it’s the best time to get plugins and sound content from Native.
Native Instruments Cyber Season
The Cyber Season has tons of offers. Starting with the individual titles where you get 50% OFF for a limited time. From classics like Massive X, Absynth 5, Reaktor 6, Guitar Rig 6 to new releases from this year including Piano Colors, Action Strings 2. Yes, you also get a 50% discount on their latest Kontakt libraries.
Existing Komplete users can also save over 30% OFF on upgrades and updates. So you can expand your library or simply step up to the latest version. For example, you can upgrade your Komplete for 139€ instead of 199€. The sale also includes upgrades/crossgrades from other products like Kontakt 6.
Kontakt 6 Crossgrade
During the Cyber Season sale, Native Instruments also gives you the option to crossgrade to the latest version of Kontakt at a very affordable price of 124,50€. To benefit from this you need a Kontakt Player Library that is eligible for the crossgrade i.e must be registered in Native Access. For the most part, these cost money, but there are exceptions that are free of charge.
For example, Embertone offers the Arcane library for free which is a Kontakt Player library. Grab the library, then download Native Access from Native Instruments website if you haven’t already. Once installed, you need to add the Embertone Arcane serial number in the Native Access software. If this is done, the crossgrade offer will be available for you.
Traktor Pro 3
Native Instruments’ flagship DJ is also on a 50% OFF sale and now includes Beatport and Beatsource integration, including offline streaming for up to 1000 tracks, as well as new integration with the latest club hardware.
Lots of very interesting deals. And anyone interested in Native Instruments software products should not miss this sale.
The Native Instruments Cyber Season sale runs until December 6, 2021.
More information here: Native Instruments