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Komplete 6.... Does it still include ELEKTRIK PIANO?

I have noticed that the ELEKTRIK PIANO has been discontinued, but the NI site states that it is still included as part of Kontakt 4?

Is it still the same as the original ELEKTRIK PIANO?
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i think its part of the Kontakt Library now instead of a separate plugin
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I haven't played with it much yet, but I didn't see all the presets from the original Elektrik in there, only the basic ones for mK I & II large, med, and small.

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The elektrik pianos are included as part of the 'band' soundbank. They are not similar to it gui wise, but NI advises the samples are the same as the previous one. It's broken up into less specific presets over MKI, MKII, clav, etc.
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Thanks,
Would it be worth buying it as i can get it for £64.... Before all the stock goes?
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Thanks,
Would it be worth buying it as i can get it for £64.... Before all the stock goes?
It has really nice EPianos, they sound great and are better than the only other Epiano bank that used to be my mainstay (Reason electromechanical... blech). If all you need is a solid addition to your rhodes sounds, go for it. If you plan on picking up Kontakt 4 in the future, then I'd wait for that.
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It has really nice EPianos, they sound great and are better than the only other Epiano bank that used to be my mainstay (Reason electromechanical... blech). If all you need is a solid addition to your rhodes sounds, go for it. If you plan on picking up Kontakt 4 in the future, then I'd wait for that.
I have Kontakt 4 in the Komplete 6 pack.
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I have Kontakt 4 in the Komplete 6 pack.
Then you already have the elektrik piano set.

If you feel like giving extra money to NI for things you already own... feel free to do so!
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