Native Instruments launches Summer of Sound 2022 Sales Special


Native Instruments has launched its biggest annual sales special, Summer of Sound, bringing 50% off updates and upgrades to KOMPLETE 13 bundles, individual instruments and effects, and TRAKTOR. The offer also includes a range of software and hardware bundle deals, with savings of up to $499.50 on KOMPLETE 13 bundles when purchasing selected Native hardware.  The sale will run until June 30th.  More details from NI below. 

Summer of Sound is the best time for existing KOMPLETE users to step up to the latest edition or upgrade to a larger bundle, with unmatched savings on a selection of four curated bundles of instruments, effects, sounds, and Expansions, tailored to any music maker. Throughout June, users can save 50% on all update/upgrade paths available to them by logging into their My KOMPLETE Offers page.

For those yet to join KOMPLETE, the sale includes hardware and software bundles with savings of 50% on KOMPLETE 13 bundles when purchasing a MASCHINE production system, KOMPLETE AUDIO 6 interface, or KOMPLETE KONTROL keyboard. The entire selection of offers can be found here.

All individual KOMPLETE instruments and effects can also be upgraded or updated for half price for the duration of Summer of Sound, including updates to industry-standard sampling platform KONTAKT 6, multi-effects powerhouse GUITAR RIG 6 PRO, flagship synthesizer MASSIVE X, and upgrades to full versions of the free products within KOMPLETE START.

And for the DJs out there, existing users of TRAKTOR desktop software can update to TRAKTOR PRO 3 for only $24.50.  

The Summer of Sound special offer is valid until June 30th, at the Native Instruments online shop and at participating retailers worldwide while supplies last.

E-vouchers cannot be used in conjunction with special offers. All upgrades require a qualifying base product to remain registered to your account. Should the base product no longer be registered, additional costs may apply.  

For more information, please visit Native Instruments.