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    Kontakt 1.2 first impressions...

    Hi,

    After doing conversions to halion and EXS24 mk II I must say that Kontakt has been the far easiest sampler to work with. I just spend 2 days on it - and made native programming while learning it for the first time! This is FAST.
    I also think it is very flexible with ram versus HD streaming.

    So far thumbs up. The next weeks I will convert my bass libraries and they are FAR more advanced. It will be interesting to see how this works. I wonder how it will react with program changes...

    Anyway - well done NI.

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    Re: Kontakt 1.2 first impressions...

    How did you fare with the DFD? I can far better results with it disabled. I was eyeing up your piano samples, but worry that I would not be able to use them because of severe processor peaks when DFD is active. I can, however, always get the giga version too.
    Thanks
    Chris

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    Re: Kontakt 1.2 first impressions...

    Hi Chris Caouette:

    I\'m on PC (P4/2000) Win XP.

    I tried one of my Rhodes demoes (shuffle Rhodes) which uses about 45 notes polyfony. Everything over 120 KB pr. voice (buffer) worked great.

    http://www.scarbee.com/rsp73/troubleshooting.html

    If the buffer was smaller it would get stutter.

    The big Rhodes version is 2.4 GB - so without DFD (streaming) you would need A lot of RAM [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]

    Thomas

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