Native Instruments KONTAKT v6.0.3 MacOSX


P2P | 15 Nov 2018 | 512 MB

With KONTAKT 6, you can sound like a snare drum, a symphony orchestra, or anything in between, from a universe of sampled instruments. It’s a simple sampler when you want it to be, and a deep sonic scripting laboratory when you need something more. The next generation of the world’s favorite sampling platform gives you new instruments and new features under the hood – so you can layer, link, stretch, and shape your sounds any way you can imagine.

Kontakt 6.0.3 – 2018-11-13
• FIXED In some cases, Dynamic Fonts would be the wrong color after loading a new instrument
• FIXED KSP: Kontakt would crash if watch_var() was used with a ui_control variable
• FIXED KSP: Certain GUI elements on already released Libraries (e.g., Una Corda) would appear one pixel narrower in 6.0.2 (related to the ui_switch control)
• FIXED The Replika Delay feedback parameter would jump to 100% after a sample rate change
• FIXED Quick parameter changes on the wavetable module would cause audible artefacts when not coming from the built-in modulators; now, all parameter changes (including using the GUI, automation or direct KSP parameter access) are smoothed more effectively for better sounding results

Install Notes:
• Just install and enjoy!
• Use 5.6.0 K’d Kontakt to add libraries

How to add libraries to this version of Kontakt:

quote by jazzzz

You have to open the Kontakt 5.6.0 standalone app (or 5.6.5) and add the library in it. If the library doesn’t appear on the left panel, don’t worry about it. Just close the app.

Open this new Kontakt 6 version, and if you can’t see that library there, then you have to do the following steps (in case there is a .nicnt file in the library’s folder) but first close Kontakt, then:

1. check the SNPID number of the library, go to the folder of the library and open the .nicnt file (with TextEdit or any similar program), you will find a line like this:


(in this case P74 was the ID code of Metropolis Ark 3)
2. go to your hard drive > Library > Application Support > Native Instruments > Service Center, and look for the .xml file with the name of that desired library, open it with TextEdit and you will see that the SNPID number there is 000 which indicates that Kontakt somehow hasn’t been able to add it properly. Change that three zeros with the ID code you found in the .nicnt of that library, then save and close TextEdit. And you’re ready to use the library in the new Kontakt.
During this process Kontakt app should not be opened!

You can get 5.6.0 standalone app from previous releases (for example 5.7.3 from here).

If you encounter the problem where Kontakt prompts you after you try to load the instrument that “This instrument belongs to a library that is currently not installed”, in this case delete the library’s .xml file from:
your_hard_drive > Library > Application Support > Native Instruments > Service Center
And also delete the com.native-instruments.{library’s name}.plist file from:
your_hard_drive > Library > Preferences
Then try to add the library again in Kontakt 5.6.0 and follow the SNPID workaround from above again.

If you can’t open Kontakt 5.6.0 app, use Permissions Reset app to reset it.

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