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NI Kore: NO Kore without Kore

This is really bad: i just learned that you will have to connect NI Kore allways to your DAW in order to playback a song that used Kore. That means: NI Kore hardware is somekind of a dongle. so, if you travel with your laptop you have to take your Kore Dongle with you. No Kore, no playback of songs. Gee ... that sucks.


  • Yeah, I was seriously considering it until I found that out...I emailed NI and asked them if this was definitely the case, and also if they had any plans to release a mini-dongle (i.e. a flash-drive or smaller sized USB dongle). The response:

    "Dear Glenn,

    so far you definitely need the KORE controller plugged in to run KORE successfully on your computer. There is no other information I can give you.

    Best regards,

    Stefan Mueller"

    Oh well. Perhaps they'll recognize the need to fix this, especially with so many people using laptops today.


    By Anonymous bathyscaaf, at 9:48 AM  

  • Ahhhhh ha ha ha ha ha haaaa!


    Ha ha ha ha ha ha!



    By Anonymous DOCTOR_BENWAY, at 1:31 PM  

  • that really sucks ... i can't believe they did this. everybody is "mobile" now. why not use something like syncrosoft dongle.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:15 AM  

  • Whaat?! I thought this Kore thing was a great idea and for a split second I even considered buying Komplete 3 + Kore, even though it's quite expensive for me. But not being able to go on a recording gig with only a laptop is incredibly stupid. I'll definitely not buy Kore as it is.

    Let's see how this evolves.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:04 AM  

  • Hahahah! hahahahhaahahahhaa



    By Anonymous John Nowak, at 1:33 PM  

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