๐Ÿ“ธKontakt Snapshot Libraries

For those who like reading as much as ancient torture methods, watch this video first:

๐ŸŽฆ Snapshots and Logic: https://youtu.be/7EUO3Jjh1pw ๐ŸŽฆ Snapshots and Cubase: https://youtu.be/t8SW9uCWzIc ๐ŸŽฆ Snapshots and Studio One Video: Coming soon ๐ŸŽฆ Snapshots and Digital Performer: https://youtu.be/UDNZDd4sTZg

Some Kontakt libraries do not contain default articulations (like many 8dio titles, for instance). Others only load a fraction of all possible articulations (like Orchestral Tools). Neither are great for what you want to achieve, and thatโ€™s where our Snapshots come in.

โ€œ -SLโ€ at the end of the filename of the instrument indicates that youโ€™re dealing with a Snapshot library. You must load the corresponding Kontakt Snapshot for those libraries to make things work.

To set up a sample instrument for working with Snapshots, perform the following simple steps:

Individual Snapshots can be stored in the Snapshot folder created by the corresponding Kontakt instrument. However, these folders can be in different places. We recommend storing the Snapshots alongside this documentation.

Note for Studio One owners: Ensure you donโ€™t switch to a different articulation while notes are still playing.

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