March 1, 2024

Native Instruments has released a FREE sound player. The Kore Player looks really cool. And the price is right (free), plus you can add in sound packs for a fairly reasonable price.

However….I downloaded, twice now, the Player for Mac OS X. It installs just fine, but it cannot find any of the sounds it installs. In fact, running it as a plug-in in Digital Performer or Logic Studio, it loads just fine. Doesn’t have any sounds available. And running it as a stand-alone player results in more of the same. It LOOKS like a great product…..but it doesn’t seem to work. I emailed Native Instruments almost a week ago, and have not heard anything back……they don’t support it unless you have one of the sound packs. Heck, I’m a registered user of 3 Native Instrument products…….at least they should have replied back as I was interested in perhaps adding the Kore Player to my Mac.

2 thoughts on “Kore Player

  1. Hey…. I got a WX-11 flute and finally was able to order the powerpack (not the BT7 but an equivalent.) I do not have the tone generator. Am I going to need that to play the flute, or can I run it to the midi port on my sound card?

  2. Hey…. I got a WX-11 flute and finally was able to order the powerpack (not the BT7 but an equivalent.) I do not have the tone generator. Am I going to need that to play the flute, or can I run it to the midi port on my sound card?

    Kind of the wrong story to put this, but…….

    The WX11 doesn’t make it’s own sounds. You’ll need to get a tone module OR use it with a computer. However, make sure that the computer as a good sound card or you’ll get a little delay between when you play the note and when you hear it (latency).

    What is the “equivalent” of a BT7? My BT7 for my WX11 bit the dust a while ago…..and if there is something that could get it working again that would be very cool.

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