I have been a Native Instruments Kontakt user for almost twenty years, and in the course of time, I’ve amassed multi-terabytes of samples to load into Kontakt. Some are from commercial companies, other from indie developers, others from experiments, and others from my own studio kitchen. This has led to a lot of disorganization as my Kontakt library has grown. Finally I decided to tackle the problem by reorganizing the entire library, and in this tutorial video, I show the ins and outs of the method I chose, along with a number of tips I discovered along the way.
My new organized Kontakt library has been a massive help to my composing, as I’m able to find sounds quicker and easier, as well as discover new sounds that I may not be familiar with.
This Saturday, I'm excited to finish the 2nd movement of one of the most gorgeous pieces of impressionism, Claude Debussy's La Mer. Then, a presentation from composer Haim Mazar. I always get inspired from being part of these @ScoringArts events. https://t.co/lGVkoSM3RR
If anyone has ever seen more marketing juice squeezed out of an old, dated, and basic (though wonderful and iconic) drum machine, I'd like to see it. (If you're not in this world, this is at least the 1000th pack of 808 samples marketed commercially.) https://t.co/fstVN8tTtw