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Table Of Contents

1 Welcome to KONTAKT
1.1 What is KONTAKT?
1.2 The Documentation
1.2.1 About this Operation Manual
1.2.2 Other Documentation
1.3 System Requirements
1.3.1 PC Requirements
1.3.2 Mac Requirements
2 Setup
2.1 Stand-alone Operation
2.1.1 Low Memory Warning on Start-Up
2.1.2 Audio Confguration
2.1.3 Latency Optimization
2.1.4 MIDI Confguration
2.2 Plug-in Operation
2.2.1 Changing Outputs in Pro Tools
2.2.2 Changing Outputs in Logic 8
3 User Interface Elements
3.1 Info Pane
3.2 Knobs
3.3 Buttons
3.4 Drop-Down Menus
3.5 Scroll Bars
3.6 Value Fields
3.7 Saving and Loading Presets
3.8 MIDI Learn
3.8.1 Assigning MIDI Controllers
3.8.2 Removing MIDI Controller Assignments
4 KONTAKT: The Big Picture
4.1 Building Blocks
4.1.1 Core Building Blocks
4.1.2 Tools
5 The KONTAKT Window
5.1 Stand-alone Menu
5.2 The Main Control Panel
5.2.1 User Interface Switches
5.2.2 Files Menu
5.3 Options Dialog
5.3.1 Interface Tab
5.3.2 Engine Tab
5.3.3 Handling Tab
5.3.4 Load / Import Tab
5.3.5 Database Tab
5.3.6 Memory Tab
5.4 Purge Menu
5.5 Size Menu
5.6 System Performance Meters
5.7 Minimized View
6 The Rack (Multi Instrument Mode)
6.1 Multi Instrument Header
6.2 Instrument Header
6.3 Instrument Header (Minimized)
7 The Rack (Instrument Edit Mode)
7.1 Instrument Options Dialog
7.1.1 Instrument Tab
7.1.2 DFD Tab
7.1.3 Controller Tab
7.1.4 Infos Tab
8 Loading and Creating Instruments
9 Loading and Creating Instrument Banks
10 The On-Screen Keyboard
11 The Master Editor
12 The Browser
12.1 Files Tab
12.1.1 Upper (Container) Pane
12.1.2 Middle (Objects) Pane
12.2.2 Batch Import
12.2.3 Importing From Other Media
12.2.4 Format-Specifc Notes
12.3 Libraries Tab
12.3.1 Loading and saving Instruments and Multis
12.3.2 Info and Function Menu
12.3.3 Add Library Button
12.3.4 Library Activation
12.4 Database Tab
12.4.1 Overview of the Database Browser
12.4.2 Building the Database
12.4.3 Searching by Attributes
12.4.4 Searching by Keywords
12.4.5 Confguring and Sorting the Results List
12.4.6 Assigning Attributes
12.4.7 Defning Your Own Attribute Sets
12.5 Monitor Tab
12.6 Modules Tab
12.7 Automation Tab
12.7.1 Assigning MIDI Controllers (alternative way)
12.7.2 Removing MIDI Controller Assignments
13 The Quick-Load Catalog
13.1 Building a Catalog
13.2 Loading Objects from the Catalog
14 The Outputs Section
14.1 Panel Controls
14.2 Working With Output Channels
14.3 Working With Aux Channels
14.4 Outputs in Host Mode
15 The Group Editor
15.1 Control Header
15.1.1 Edit All Groups
15.1.2 Group Selector
15.1.3 Edit
15.1.4 Group Solo
15.1.5 Select by MIDI
15.2 Group List
15.3 Voice Groups
15.4 Group Start Options
16 The Mapping Editor
16.1 Mapping Samples Manually
16.2 Mapping Samples Automatically
16.3 Managing Zones
16.3.1 Editing Parameters in the Status Bar
16.3.2 Editing Parameters Graphically
16.3.3 Editing Parameters via MIDI
16.4 Control Strip
16.5 Edit Menu
16.6 Batch Tools
17 The Wave Editor
17.1 Tool Bar
17.2 Status Bar
17.3 Waveform View
17.4 Grid Panel
17.4.1 Fix Mode
17.4.2 Auto Mode
17.4.3 Editing Slices Manually
17.5 Sample Loop Tab
17.6 Sync / Slice Tab
17.6.1 Using the Beat Machine
17.6.2 Using the Time Machine
17.6.3 Mapping Slices Manually
17.6.4 Mapping Slices Automatically
17.7 Zone Envelopes
17.7.1 Assigning and Selecting Envelopes
17.7.2 Adjusting Assignment Parameters
17.7.3 Editing Envelopes
17.7.4 Utility Functions
17.8 Sample Editor
17.8.1 Edit Operations
17.8.2 Transform Operations
18 The Script Editor
18.1 Loading a Script
18.2 Saving Script Settings
18.3 Editing and Saving a Script
19 The Source Module
19.1 Sampler
19.2 DFD
19.3 Tone Machine
19.4 Time Machine
19.5 Time Machine II
19.6 Beat Machine
21 Signal Processors in KONTAKT
21.1 Group Insert Effects
21.2 Instrument Insert Effects
21.3 Instrument Send Effects
21.4 Adding Modules
21.5 Deleting Modules
21.6 Editing Module Parameters
21.7 Common Parameters
21.8 Signal Processors in the Outputs Section
21.8.1 Output Channel Inserts
21.8.2 Aux Channels
21.9 Types of Signal Processors
22 Effects
22.1 Compressor
22.2 Limiter
22.3 Inverter
22.4 AET Filter
22.4.1 About Authentic Expression Technology
22.4.2 Creating a Velocity Morph
22.4.3 Creating an Articulation Morph
22.4.4 Create AET Morph Layer Dialog
22.4.5 Morph Map Editor
22.4.6 AET Filter Module Controls
22.5 Surround Panner
22.5.1 Explanation of channel abbreviations:
22.5.2 Controls
22.5.3 Surround Panner Automation
22.5.4 Host/MIDI Automation
22.5.5 Internal Modulation
22.6 Saturation
22.7 Lo-Fi
22.8 Stereo Enhancer
22.9 Distortion
22.10 Send Levels
22.11 Skreamer
22.12 Rotator
22.13 Twang
22.14 Cabinet
22.15 Phaser
22.16 Flanger
22.17 Chorus
22.18 Reverb
22.19 Delay
22.20 Convolution
23.1.3 2 Pole Bandpass
23.1.4 2 Pole Lowpass
23.1.5 2 Pole Highpass
23.1.6 4 Pole Lowpass
23.1.7 4 Pole Highpass
23.1.8 4 Pole Bandpass
23.1.9 4 Pole BR (Band Reject)
23.1.10 6 Pole Lowpass
23.2 Synth Filters
23.2.1 PRO-53
23.2.2 4-Stage Ladder
23.2.3 3x2 Multimode Filter
23.3 Effect Filters
23.3.1 Phaser
23.3.2 Vowel A
23.3.3 Vowel B
23.4 EQs
24 Modulation in KONTAKT
24.1 Modulation Sources
24.2 Modulation Destinations
24.3 Creating Modulation Assignments
24.4 Deleting Modulation Assignments
24.5 Assignment Controls
25 Modulation Sources
25.1 Envelopes
25.1.1 AHDSR Envelope Controls
25.1.2 DBD Envelope Controls
25.1.3 Flexible Envelopes
25.2 LFOs
25.2.1 LFO Controls
25.3 Other Modulators
25.3.1 32-Step Modulator
25.3.2 Envelope Follower
25.3.3 Glide
25.4 External Sources
26 Keyboard Shortcuts
26.1 Browser
26.2 Instrument Edit Mode
26.3 Group Editor
26.4 Mapping Editor
26.5 Wave Editor
26.6 Wave Editor
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Kontakt 4 Reference Manual English

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