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  4. Hi Zo—sorry for the delay, didn't catch this post. 1) do we have a control other the pitch of each soundsources ? You can shift the pitch of the attack and release articulations by +/-2 semitones—to produce different performance behaviors—otherwise there's Kontakt's global tune control. But there isn't octave switching like you might find in a soft/hardware synth. Each of the 20 instruments were sampled for the bass range, 2 octaves + a major 3rd. 2) can we have some fixed pitch for each section ( no matter the key pressed , for exemple , attack don t change pitch ... That's a very specific use case, so no. For recording, I would just use two tracks. You could possibly script something inside Kontakt to make it do this but I can't guarantee the script wouldn't interfere with the factory one... I hope that helps. Video walkthrough here:
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