Completely ripped Symphonic Cube .gig files. The idea was simple; since the .gig files contained grouped patches, I decided to turn individual .gig files into Kontakt patches and patches inside the .gig files into keyswitches. The naming was kept original – if the .gig file was named EH_LONG-NOTES now the patch is called that and the GUI is displaying the original names of the patches from that .gig file now serving as keyswitches. Completely ripped is an exaggeration, because the keyswitches would have been too wide had I ripped everything inside – the release samples had to be sacrificed as well as all combinations in order to keep the keyswitches in order. The naming conventions can be explored in the manual. The patches are using Nils Liberg’s Xfade script (not provided here) which is disabled by default. Also prebuffer size is set to 6kB as this was meant for SSDs.
The structure of the folder is as structure of a library should be – but there is no .nicnt file or wallpaper. If someone would like to post a wallpaper and .nicnt he is welcomed.
This is Kontakt 5.4.3 instrument. It will not work with any earlier version of Kontakt.
I have ripped other Symphonic Cube .gig files as well, but my upload speed is too low; this upload took all night and it is getting hot these days, so I cannot promise future releases.