Join Evan Sutton for an in-depth discussion in this video Audio editing in the Wave Editor, part of KONTAKT: Advanced Instrumentation and Sound Design.
- One other thing that I'd like to show you…is the fact that you actually can…edit you audio wave forms in KONTAKT.…It's really simple, we haven't really come up with…a great use for it in this particular process…but it's important that you know that it does exist.…So if you need to, you can actually make physical edits…to your samples in the wave editor.…Just keep in mind that as you make these edits,…and this is in the Sample Editor by the way,…under the Sample Editor tab,…you do need to resave your instrument with the sample…because KONTAKT has the tendency to delete the edits…that you make unless you actually save the instrument.…
So, what we can do here very simply is,…use these various tools that we have.…So we can select regions.…And we can use the grid as a guide if we want.…Or we can also turn it off if we want.…So, I can use the grid as a guide…and just switch it to, lets say, a whole note.…And maybe I don't like this,…you know what, lets switch it to a half note.…Maybe I don't like beats three and four…
- Loading and routing MIDI
- Multi-output routing
- Customizing with audio FX and modulation
- Time stretching audio
- Layering groups
- Instruments and buss FX
- Resampling and customizing instrument
- Audio editing in the Wave editor
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Advanced Instrumentation and Sound Design in KONTAKT
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