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Kontakt vs. Kore


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Christmas is coming up and I'm gonna have the opportunity to expand my library of sounds quite a bit. I've mostly been looking at Kore 2 and Kontakt from Native Instruments. Does anyone own or work with these two programs?

I produce hip-hop/rap with some techno influences so I was thinking of going the Kore route. Lately, however, I've enjoyed adding some "real" instruments into my compositions which has me torn because Kontakt seems better for this.

My main question is given what I've said above, which one would you feel fits my needs better?

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