Kontakt 5 V5.5.0 UNLOCKED .rar
in addition to the downloadable instrument presets, we also include two project files for kontakt 5: a ksp script and a kontakt preset. the kontakt preset file can be loaded into the library of your choice, but the ksp script cannot. the kontakt preset file includes a complete kontakt 5 version of the script and all of the original instruments for your reference. for people who are not familiar with kontakt scripting, we provide a kontakt version 3.5 script for users who wish to load the ksp script. ksp scripts are typically easier to manage than external programming, especially for users who are new to scripting.
we have dedicated an entire section of our website to kontakt 5. it contains information about kontakt 5 and how to use it. it also contains information about our kontakt 5 products, including our libraries, scripts and more.
most of our library products are for use with kontakt 5 or later. however, we also have a small number of older kontakt version 3 and 2.2.4 products that are compatible with kontakt 4.4 or earlier. some of our older products are also available in the kontakt player format. you can see which version of kontakt is required in the information listed in the description on each product’s page, as well as the helpful info icons at the top of each page. our kontakt player compatible libraries also have player edition in their title.
in the library tab area of kontakt, locate the browser module for the specific library you want to load. now click on the utilities button to open the preset menu. from there, locate one of the presets and click on it to load it into the main instrument window. once it has finished loading, you can assign the midi channel and audio output settings you prefer. some larger instruments may take awhile to finish loading, due to the large number of samples that need to be loaded and any scripting that needs to initialized. once loading is complete, it is ready to play.
When dealing with additive synthesized effects from the Kontakt 5 engine, the user needs the full 32 bit resolution of a floating-point PCM file. Not only does the instrument need a full 4 channels of 32 bit precision, but the same goes for the instrument’s effects as well.
The reason why Kontakt Player allows you to adjust the hi-fi audio quality to your hard drive’s capabilities is because so many modern audio programs simply cannot afford to look beyond the interface of what they’re presented with. They must rely on some magic box, right click or hotkey to find and set the file format for that particular file; the most common formats are AIF, MP3, WAV or OGG. In the great majority of these cases, they are limited to loading either a mono or stereo 16 bit audio file, with a default sampling rate of 44.1 kHz. When loading an OGG audio library, the format can also be set to 32 bit stereo at 48 kHz, however, most of the time we’ll recommend using AIF format for everything.
If you’re purchasing one of our compressed waveform libraries, the.rar archive can be extracted to a folder within your Kontakt folder using any 7zip, WinRAR, or similar software. If you wish to perform the extraction and install in-house, follow the suggested setup steps below.
To create a new library within Kontakt Player, navigate to the File menu and click New Library. Be sure to select the.nki,.nka and.nks files (if applicable) as the source. Make sure to select the appropriate Sample Folder location, and press OK to create the new library. After successfully saving your settings, navigate to the Libraries tab and press the Add Library button.