Following on from lesson 1 show you some more Kontakt scripting tips, tricks, and techniques. You should now be familiar with the basics of Kontakt scripting so in this lesson we’re going to get a little more advanced. Each lesson in this series is standalone (there is a little bit of overlap) you don’t need to have seen any of the others to be able to follow along, although as you progress from lesson one to four it is expected that your base level of knowledge regarding Kontakt scripting is higher. All the lessons are in the form of a practical exercise, taking you from start to finish in the creation of a Kontakt sample library. It is expected in this lesson that you understand the fundamentals of Kontakt scripting; you should be familiar with the basic callbacks and have a good grasp of variables, operators, control statements and loops. There are over four and half hours of video in this lesson and the instrument we will build in that time is a synthesiser sample library.
Some of the topics we’re going to cover in this lesson include:
Alternate script editors
Basic user interface controls
As well as the included videos you will get everything else you need – except Kontakt – to complete the virtual instrument shown in this lesson.
The download package includes:
7 MP4 lessons videos with a total running time of over 4.5hrs
Instrument wallpaper/skin graphic in png and psd format
64 synth samples provided by sampleism.com in wav format