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  1. In some other Daws, you can route another Kontakt Instrument to trigger Midi on a separate other instrument. Ex: Kontakt Library patch to a vintage horns patch. I go to Kontakt preferences and select Send Midi to Outside World, choose CCs and Notes. Looking at youtube examples other programs show a dropdown of Kontakt Out that you would select for the Input of a 2nd track. This doesn't appear as an option in Sonar. It only shows my input devices (Kybd, controller, etc., Virtual Instruments) , but no Kontakt out option. Is that not supported in Sonar or am I doing it wrong. I'm running Kontakt as a soft synth in Sonar, not as a stand alone instrument. I only use 1 instance of Kontakt and multiple midi tracks addressing different midi channels and patches in Kontakt Any ideas or workarounds any users came across? Thanks, Michael Warren
  2. Hi Everyone, Has anyone else had issues using Kontakt player in Cakewalk. I inserted it as a Midi Source with First Audio Output checked. I open the Kontakt player and on the right panel loaded an instrument from the Play Series Selection - Hybrid Keys. I have the Output/Midi Channel on Kontakt set as default - Output: St 1. . Midi Ch: {A} 1. I have my keyboard connected to the Focusrite interface. On the Input on the MIDI track, it's says Omni -None. I change that to Focusrite USB MIDI. Yes I have the monitor button checked I hit a note on my keyboard. I hear it, see the meters moving in both the MIDI & MIDI/Analog channel. I see the note being played on the keyboard at the bottom of the Kontakt player. So I hit record on the MIDI channel in CW. I hear it as I record it, When I play it back. I hear it very faintly. I go in and boast all the velocities way up. It's a little louder, but still way below what it should be with velocities all above 110. I see the meters moving on both CW tracks, but so faint. I push hard on a piano key, it's still very faint. The meters on the Kontakt player are moving a little, but not as high as when I was recording. I have absolutely no idea what is going on. I upload my XLN Keys exactly the same way. No issues. I record and it plays back at the same level as I recorded it. So the only thing I can think of is there is some issue with the Kontakt player & Cakewalk. I even followed the instructions of a few people on YouTube who showed how to upload and play a Kontakt instrument through the Kontakt player in Cakewalk ? Same problem. They also have something called Komplete Kontrol, I found the same Hybrid Keys in there. Played it and it recorded through Kontakt player. Play back was also very weak. Maybe I'm missing something, but it's exactly the same way I load and play XLN Keys in Cakewalk & no issues there. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Spent hours trying to figure it out, no luck jt
  3. Hi folks! I know that some people really struggle to get multiple Kontakt outputs behaving well in Cakewalk by Bandlab. Rather than leave you in peril, I put together a quick tutorial for you of course! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/2OTwZ3NXW9w
  4. Review: Spitfire Audio SYMPHONIC ORGAN http://www.digifreq.com/digifreq/reviewdetails.asp?ProdReviewID=40
  5. Regularly £19.99 VST and Kontakt (full) https://www.audioanimals.co.uk/shop/sample-shop/Aspire-Conga
  6. Native Instruments is having a sale up to 80% off Vocals and Choirs. SOUNDIRON HEAVYOCITY AUDIOBRO CINESAMPLE Check it out at the NATIVE INSTRUMENTS -SALE
  7. I've been sloppy! When loading an old project I've got a midi channel called 'Brass' but have no idea which library I've use Is there a way for me to find this out directly from the project ?
  8. I’ve been using the free Kontakt Player for years, which has limitations on running some of the instruments made for the NI sampler. I could never pull the trigger on upgrading to the full version for $399. A little to steep. But I just happened to visit the NI site and discovered a sale going on that let me get the full Kontakt 6 for $125 because I had an instrument that qualified me for a cross grade price. The instrument was Realitone’s FingerPick. Personally, I’ve never seen that low of a price available. So I pulled the trigger and upgraded. Bottom line: if you’ve ever wanted to upgrade to the full version, and if you have a qualifying contact instrument, you may be able to get it for a great price.
  9. Just moved to Kontakt6 from Kontakt5 Player. In K5 Player there were apparently three configurations you could use: one was a stereo pair out, one was eight outs, and one was 16 outs. I had indicated those three configurations in the browser as KontaktStereo, Kontakt8 and Kontakt16 so I’d know which one to insert. Do I have to do the same thing in Kontakt6, or does it include all the possible ‘out’ configurations? Thanks.
  10. CINEMATRIX: FLASH SALE GET THE MIGHTY TRAILER SCORING COMPANION TODAY FOR $4.44! CINEMATRIX delivers truly unique and inspiring sounds right out of the box. It is a state-of-the-art cinematic loop module for KONTAKT containing 350 different kits that can be played in tandem across four categories (Bass, Melody, Ambience and Groove). These kits are built using the included 1.300 (unencrypted) 24-bit WAV files. All loops can be played polyphonically timestretched within a range of two octaves (24 semitones). Each part has it´s own color-coded range on the keyboard. You can alternatively play the loops sliced using the "SLICE" button in the sequencer pages. There are special MIDI trigger keys/notes that enable you to retrigger a currently playing slice (when a sequencer is turned on) or to trigger a volume "trancegate" per part. NOTE: This offer is valid for 24 hours only!
  11. Now we've all got too many libraries in Kontakt . . . . just me then ! I know you can click on the Settings (Cog) icon and manually select and deselect libraries to display in the Library Browser and even you deselect all libraries and load a project with a Kontakt instrument in it the instrument loads into the Multirack and plays fine. What I want is for Kontakt to only show libraries in the browser if there is an instrument from that library in the multirack …. can this be done
  12. Features: Three articulations: sustain (both velocity and modwheel), spiccato and pizzicato Up to 8 round robins per note, 2 velocity layers for a maximum total of 16 different samples per note! ADSR controls on all patches (except spiccato which doesn't really need it) EQ controls on all patches Recorded with three different mics (including a piezo contact mic). Mic levels are controllable after the fact to give maximum sonic flexibility Three experimental patches: Texture I, Open Strings, Open Strings (Ensemble) Requires the full version of Kontakt 5.3.1 or later. Library size: 1.03GB (each articulation is separate patch so you can easily get rid of articulations you don't need if you find yourself short on disk space) 2 week Introductory price: $20 https://www.decentsamples.com/product/box-cello-kontakt/
  13. Indiginus / Concert Ukulele We sampled a lovely concert ukulele to create our version of this unique, diminutive instrument. Play normally or use our strumming engine to create realistic tracks with ease, and don't be surprised when you find yourself singing along! The Ukulele for Kontakt 5 or 6, Full Version Introductory price $30 USD 600 MB Downloa Two notes about the videos below. 1. The correct (Hawaiian) pronunciation is "oo koo lay lay". I never quite get this right in the overview video, but hey, I tried. 2. The female voices in the other video were created using Realivox Blue by Realitone (Mike Greene). http://indiginus.com/the_ukulele.html
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