Ever since they first put themselves on the radar in 1996, Native Instruments has been making headlines for their virtual instruments and production software. Two decades on, and they've only gotten better. Their signature suite is Komplete, now in its 11th version, and the name really says it all: with 13,000 sounds in the box, Native Instruments Komplete 11 is one of the most comprehensive applications for music production and sound design of all kinds. It comes with a wide variety of digital instruments and software plugins, including other Native Instruments products like Kontakt 5 and Reaktor 6. And with the whole collection at your disposal, the question isn't what you can create - it's what you will.Are you familiar with past versions of Komplete? If so, you might be curious about what's new... so here's the rundown. Kontakt and Reaktor are now stepped up to versions 5.6 and 6, respectively. For synthesized sound and expanded effects capability, they've added the new Form synth and Replika effects module. And of course, there's a handful of new instruments as well. If you like your sounds on the experimental side, you'll probably enjoy the Una Corda piano and the Kinetic Metal instrument. For those who prefer something more traditional, there's the Discovery Series - India, and a realistic new strummed acoustic Session Guitarist.Naturally, those additions come on top of the impressive software selection that shipped with the previous version. So if you're just starting out with the package, Native Instruments Komplete 11 will give you all the goodness it's always had, while putting you ahead of the curve with the newly-added features. And if you already use Komplete in your studio, 11 is available in upgrade editions so you can easily get your hands on the new and updated goodies. Educator bundles are available as well, so whether you're equipping a home or pro studio or even an entire classroom, there's an edition here for you.