Ultimate Kontakt Library Organizing SQ

Ultimate Kontakt Library Organizing

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.

 

12 hours ago
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5 days ago
Congrats to my great friends at @PSPaudioware for 20 years of making absolutely exceptional plug-ins that have transformed the way I'm able to shape music. Here's to the next 20 guys! https://t.co/HoHOhWyuHm daviddas photo
1 week ago
Thinking about going to see @stevelukather play the Whisky and cuss out #ab5. Anyone want in? https://t.co/HQKOfFBB5h daviddas photo
2 weeks ago
Uh, help? Mac was fine yesterday. Today, one entire drive with all my samples is BLANK. Files are nowhere to be found. Not in the trash. (Trash wasn't emptied anyway - it's full of other stuff.) Disk Utility says no problems with that drive. What do I do??
2 weeks ago
A computer generated (almost) every possible melody conceivable and put them on a hard drive. This could have big ramifications for copyright. Thanks @adamneelybass for a great @YouTube vid and channel. https://t.co/9taTGa2Izo