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Native Instruments
Type Privately Held Corporation
Founded Berlin (1996)
Headquarters Germany Berlin, Germany and United States Los Angeles, California
Key people Founder Stephan Schmitt, CEO Daniel Haver
Industry Computer software and hardware for music production/performance
Employees 150[1]
Website Native Instruments

Native Instruments is a software instrument company that develops musical hardware and software for professional musicians, producers, DJs, and sound designers.[1] These products include groove production systems; software synthesizers; keyboards, acoustic and electric pianos, drawbar organs, sound modules, and samplers for drums and instrument programming; professional hardware products, such as audio interfaces, controllers, and hardware/software systems; and sound libraries with various sounds, presets, and samples. The company also offers digital vinyl systems, software, and audio interfaces for DJs. In addition, it provides software and hardware products for guitar applications, including software emulations to simulate amps, effects, mics, and cabinets; and hardware pedals and audio interface to control sounds. The company offers its products through a network of resellers, as well as online in Germany and internationally. Native Instruments Software Synthesis GmbH was founded in 1996 and is based in Berlin, Germany with an additional office in Los Angeles, California.[2]



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