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The KOMPLETE KONTROL S-Series combines smart, elegantly-designed keyboards with advanced control software to form a fully integrated centerpiece for studio and stage – matchless control over all your software instruments from one award-winning keyboard. The KOMPLETE KONTROL S-Series keyboards augment and advance how you play and compose with a number of unique innovations. Native Browser – Browse and load your entire library of KOMPLETE and VST instruments from a single, unified interface. Native Map® technology automatically maps all key parameters for each KOMPLETE or NKS instrument to the touch-sensitive controller knobs. Light Guide – The innovative LEDs above the keys mirror key switches and sound and sample types across the keyboard for all KOMPLETE and NKS instruments. Smart Play lets you play chords with single keys or map the keyboard to musical scales, and create melodies at the touch of a button with the advanced arpeggiator. S88 means 88-key, fully weighted hammer-action Fatar keybed with aftertouch

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Best Piano Vst?

I give up. I have been chasing the VST piano for me for too long. I finally gave up and went back to a hardware instrument. I realized that the cost of NI Komplete Kontrol s88 and all the software, I had spent nearly enough to buy a Roland RD2000.

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Yamaha Montage price drop - new model or end of the line?

...Knob is gelling with me. Totally unexpected! Thanks for the information folks! kfhkh I'll likely end up replacing the S90 with a Komplete Kontrol S88 mk2 when it comes out or maybe something else that would pair nicely.

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The Quest for Poly Aftertouch

...try this again... 3. TouchKeys. Complete fiasco. Mostly due to the fact that I was installing them on a Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol S88, which is a VERY difficult install. Also I botched the installation pretty badly and basically just threw away $1500+ in the process. I posted about this in detail in another thread...

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