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DJkit to Carry Komplete Kontrol S88 as New Exclusive

London’s Leading DJ Hardware Specialist Will Sell Kontrol S88, Device is Landing on Oct. 27

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Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol S88 - 88-key, semi-weighted Fatar keybed with aftertouch
Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol S88 - 88-key, semi-weighted Fatar keybed with aftertouch

The newest member of Native Instruments’ Komplete Kontrol S-Series family is coming to DJkit

The newest member of Native Instruments’ Komplete Kontrol S-Series family is coming to DJkit, and buyers can begin pre-ordering the all-new Komplete Kontrol S88 keyboard on the company’s official website. The keyboard introduces an 88-key hammer action keyboard to the S-Series line, and it also comes with an updated version of the Komplete Kontrol 1.5 software for S-Series keyboards.

If you’re a musician or a studio owner looking for a new and interesting keyboard, you can pre-order the Komplete Kontrol S88 for £699, or buy it bundled-in with the Komplete 10 CRG for £959. Buyers can also get it with the K10 Ultimate CRG for the low price of £1,299. 

A Professional Keyboard for Serious Musicians

 “The new KOMPLETE KONTROL S88 adds an 88-key professional-grade, fully-weighted, hammer action keyboard to the S-SERIES family.”Native Instruments

The Komplete Kontrol S88 comes with a Fatar keybed as one of its basic, yet important features, which is consistent with the rest of the S-Series. Electronic musicians and producers alike can make use of the traditional 88-key setup and the keyboard’s full-size MIDI controller to make some of the best music they’ve ever created. And it shouldn’t be too hard either, thanks to the S88’s simple-to-operate user interface. This is a keyboard for “true composers and pianists,” as Native Instruments says, and DJkit is proud to offer it and have it available for pre-order. Buyers can go to this page for additional details and to pre-order the keyboard.

A Comprehensive Software Update with the New Keyboard

“Native Kontrol Standard (NKS) is Native Instruments’ extended plug-in format that opens up KOMPLETE KONTROL to VST and KONTAKT developers.

 It allows for full integration with the Browser, intelligent parameter mapping via Native Map, and access to exclusive features including the Light Guide and Smart Play.

NKS Plug-ins are built, tagged and integrated by the manufacturer. Arturia, u-he, Softube, and Output Audio are currently updating their products to be fully NKS-ready at launch with many more to follow.” – Native Instruments

The S88’s most appealing feature, by far, is the new Komplete Kontrol 1.5 software update. Native Instruments calls it the biggest update it’s ever released for the S-Series, and it’s no surprise why – it adds Native Kontrol Standard (NKS) to the mix. This format allows third-party instruments to access a lot of the keyboard’s special features, with smartly-mapped settings for the instruments.

Users can access all their software-based instruments with the VST support feature, and also look forward to more plug-in makers to release updates to make themselves NKS-compatible. Aside from Native Instruments mentioned above, other NKS-ready plug-in makers include Spitfire, Heavyocity, Sonokinetic, Waldorf, Evolution Series, and a lot more.

The Komplete Kontrol S88 is scheduled to ship out on October 27, 2015.

About DJkit:
DJkit is the UK’s leading DJ retailer, offering an unrivalled range of over 25,000 products and packages for professional musicians and amateurs alike. The team prides itself at being right at the forefront of the industry, stocking only the most cutting-edge technology, offering the highest-level of service and hosting regular events in conjunction with industry elite.

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