Native Instruments Kore

Kore, Virtuelles Rack/Host für Plug-in from Native Instruments in the Kore series.

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theaudioandvideoguy 24/07/2012

Native Instruments Kore: Produktbewertung von theaudioandvideoguy (content in English)

"the original machine"

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Native instruments Kore is the original native instruments system that I saw for the first time being used at a local guitar center and it caught my eye right away. Now first of if you are thinking of purchasing this, you should look at the newer version of it, I wouldn’t get this one unless you are getting a great used deal on it. Getting started with it was pretty self explanatory and I didn’t have any issues with it running on my Windows XP laptop at the time. I was actually very happy with it for about a year until I sold it to a friend for one of his drum mics because I really needed on at the time. But there where not compatibility problems at all with the Native Instruments Kore and my computer.


If you have a good stable computer system then you wont have any issues with this. But if your system is already an older system and has old drivers you could run into some errors down the road especially depending on which daw you are using with it. I have experienced several issues on one of my older dell desktops with this when I got it. I was getting some really bad lagging, it seemed to eat up all of the cpu/ram and really caused some problems. But on my laptop that was XP, it ran great and never caused any issues and I loved it.


At the time that I purchased it , it was great. But after returning it and using a few other units similar to it, I realize how many issues I was having using it. It just didn’t work well with my work flow and I wish it had more stuff on the actually unit that I could synce up with some knobs or sliders in my daw jus to have it all going into hardware but it doesn’t have any extra options . This was a pain, but I had a work around because I still used my midi keyboard knobs and sliders for that. I would make the same choice again if I had too, but knowing what I know now, I would have probably chose something from M audio.