Native Instruments Updates KORE To Version 1.1
Native Instruments (NI) has released KORE 1.1, an update for its Universal Sound Platform. The new version brings a wide range of functional enhancements, including support for the new SingleSound format, optimized integration with recently released NI software instruments, pre-listen functionality, an additional selection of inspiring KoreSounds, and the ability for the KORE software to operate without the hardware controller attached.
â€¢ Support for the new SingleSound format
â€¢ 55 superb new MultiSounds utilizing Battery 3, Massive, Absynth 4 and FM8
â€¢ Prelisten functionality, making the search for the right sound easier and faster, without requiring the reloading of the plug in if its already open
â€¢ External MIDI sync implemented
â€¢ KORE software can be used independently of the KORE hardware controller
The SingleSound format complements the existing MultiSound format in KORE, and optimizes handling of patches that only utilize a single instrument or effect. The format allows for sound categorization and attributes, and is
also used by Massive, Absynth 4, Battery 3 and FM8, maximizing integration and compatibility between KORE and individual instruments.
The new pre-listen functionality in KORE makes browsing and evaluating sounds even more efficient, by allowing the auditioning of both SingleSounds and MultiSounds directly inside the sound browser with a single mouse click.
KORE 1.1 also offers a selection of 55 additional MultiSounds that utilize the sonic capabilities of Massive, Absynth 4, Battery 3 and FM8.
Further improvements in KORE 1.1 include the addition of an External Sync function for external MIDI control, a new Add/Replace function for KoreSound editing, and a large number of minor optimizations and fixes.
The update to KORE 1.1 is free. More information on the KORE 1.1 update.