A few weeks ago, Dave Hilowitz attached a slinky to his violin effectively turning his home studio into a giant reverb tank. Now, we’re releasing a free sample library based on that experiment. Check it out:
Video: How We Make Sample Libraries
We’ve just posted a new video that shows how we make sample libraries:
Black Friday Sale – Everything 50% Off
We’re having a huge Black Friday Sale. Everything is 50% off until December 1st.
FREE Sample Library: Resonator Glockenspiel
We’re releasing a new FREE Sample Library today: Resonator Glockenspiel! It’s available in Kontakt, SFZ, and DecentSampler formats. If you don’t have the full version of Kontakt, you can download the free DecentSamples Plugin instead. 🙂
Video: So what *is* the Kontakt 6 GUI designer?
In this video, we check out the Kontakt 6 GUI Designer – a tool that comes bundled with Kontakt 6. The GUI Designer allows instrument creators to predefine their UI control layouts in advance so that they don’t need to set them up manually within their instrument scripts.
New Sample Library: Indie Bass
We’ve just released a new sample library: Indie Bass. Intro price is a very affordable $15 (until Sept 13th).
How to Automatically Map Your Samples in Kontakt 6 (Pitch detection! Creator Tools!)
In this video, we explore how you can use Kontakt 6’s Creator Tools to automatically map samples based on their pitch and volume.
Presenting the Viola Ensemble Sample Library
We’re releasing a new sample library today: Viola Ensemble. It’s $15 for a limited time.
buy it here
We’ve made a Kontakt Piano Template: Just add samples
We’ve created a Kontakt template that should be perfect for people trying to build piano instruments in Kontakt. The basic idea behind the template is that it it should allow you to build a piano instrument in Kontakt 5/6 without doing much scripting. Check it out!
Download the template here: https://github.com/dhilowitz/kontakt-piano-template/releases/latest
Kontakt Tutorial Video: How to Script Piano Samples
We’ve made a new Kontakt scripting tutorial in which we show how to work with piano samples. Topics covered: distinct samples for sustain and non-sustain, release triggers, and pedal up/down sounds.