Native Instruments Kontakt v6 4 2-macOS

May 8, 2021
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Name: Native Instruments Kontakt

Version: 6.4.2

Mac Platform: Intel

Includes: K

OS version: 10.12 or later

Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor

RAM minimum: 4GB

Video RAM:


  • Bug fix

· FIXED Under certain conditions enabling multiple Kontakt instances at
once in Vienna Ensemble could crash Kontakt

· FIXED Loading and unloading an NKI quickly could crash Kontakt

· FIXED Supercharger GT still appeared in the wrong place in some menus

· FIXED Collection of minor cosmetic GUI bugs and inconsistencies

· ADDED New factory KSP utility scripts Single Sample Drop and Group

· ADDED Additional modulation shaper presets for filter keyboard tracking

KONTAKT is a host for hundreds of highly realistic and detailed sampled
instruments. And because it’s the most widely-used host platform, you’ve
probably already heard KONTAKT – on chart-topping pop and club smashes, hit
TV shows, and blockbuster movies.

There are currently around 600 licensed instruments from other
manufacturers that run in KONTAKT, plus thousands more so-called ‘indie’
instruments. This diverse ecosystem means that KONTAKT 6 is your access
point to the industry’s biggest collection of playable sampled sound.

Shape your sound with on-board tools including modulation, wavetables,
envelopes, and effects

Build your own instruments with powerful sample-editing and
instrument-building options

KONTAKT is a playground for working creatively with samples. Whether you’re
creating a specific sound for a track, or building a complex multi-sampled
instrument, the tools you need to do it are right in front of you: Flexible
editors, seven playback modes, built-in effects, and an advanced scripting
language for going in deep.

KONTAKT 6 also introduces Creator Tools. This standalone application offers
a multi-instance debugger and instrument editor to radically streamline and
improve the instrument creation process.


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