11.22.63 Library

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As part of 11.22.63, commissioned by Jordan Rees and Ty Cerdd I made a small sample library, created from the original source material in ‘11.22.63’. The small library, one .nki, has options to keyswitch between 5 different patches of loops, one shots and pads. Read below for how to use the library and other tips. 

As part of 11.22.63, commissioned by Jordan Rees and Ty Cerdd I made a small sample library, created from the original source material in 11.22.63. There is a selection of loops, pads, one shots and playable instruments within the library.

Contextual Piece uses five tracks of 11.22.63, one track of Spitfire Audio's British Drama Toolkit and one track of Spitfire Audio's Hauschka Composer Toolkit.

How It Works

Once downloaded, open an instance of Kontakt in your DAW of choice. For example, the below list shows how to do so in Logic Pro X and Cubase 10.5 Pro. 

You can then load the library into Kontakt by navigating to your 'files' tab at the top next to 'Libraries', 'Files', 'Database' etc. and selecting the '11.22.63.nki' file.

Once loaded you will see the '11.22.63' interface. You can click the buttons from 1-5 to switch through the different patches. When you select a patch information is displayed about how the patch was created from the audio of 11.22.63 and where it was used in the piece. You can control the dynamic of the currently selected patch by using the dynamic fader on the right, currently mapped to CC#11 (Expression in your DAW). You can also control a convolution reverb using CC#21. 

The keyboard within Kontakt will show you the range of the patch you have currently loaded, as well as holding down the key-switch which activates that patch

Kontakt

Full

Kontakt Version

>6.2

Size

100MB (Uncompressed)