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Native Instruments launches Japanese website

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Berlin, February 12th, 2008 — Native Instruments today launched a Japanese-language version of its website, in order to better accommodate the huge popularity of its products within the Japanese market. The localized website offers extensive product information and customer services, and is maintained by Native Instruments’ longstanding Japanese distribution partner Dirigent.

“We believe that Japanese musicians are particularly forward-thinking and technologically open-minded, and our products enjoy great appreciation among them”, says Daniel Haver, CEO of Native Instruments. “Together with our excellent distribution partner Dirigent, we have been part of the exciting and dynamic Japanese music culture for well over ten years. With our new localized website, we are happy to move even closer to our Japanese customers, provide them with relevant content, and give them a more convenient way to learn about our products and communicate with us.”

Based on the language selection in their browser, Japanese-language visitors are now automatically presented with the localized Native Instruments website, which offers detailed information on all products as well as the latest NI news, an online shop, and a support section. This even includes personal tech support and pre-sales support directly in Japan.

The Japanese NI website can be reached at www.native-instruments.com/index.php?id=home&L=5.
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