Over the past couple of weeks (since I first discussed a technique for solving the "machine gun effect") Kevin Fletcher Tweedy ("KevinKauai" on most music Forums) and I have been collaborating on "codifying" the approach/technique and providing some solid documentation so that other folks might easily apply the benefit. Along the way, Kevin volunteered some excess bandwidth on one of his web sites and we began putting together an "info" page to "spread the word" on how to apply this technique in Kontakt 2.
We are now ready to release this INFO page, a Tutorial to go with it and 128 Patches that address some of the more problematic instruments in EWQLSO/Gold. Although these are offered "as is" (and "at your own risk") they appear to be solid and without problems. Though they address instruments that you would normally use in the included Kompakt player with EWQLSO/Gold, the initial group of 128 Patches supplied can only be used in Kontakt 2 because they use features which are not yet available in the version of Kompakt that Gold uses.
We have had additional assistance from enthusiastic Beta-testers who have given our "release" a basic "sanity check". We would, of course, appreciate the prompt reporting of any problems so that we can fix the "Info" page and Tutorial (and Patches, if need be).
Everything is now available starting with this page: http://www.kevintweedy.net/K2/info.htm
Note that we are encouraging folks who have Kontakt 2 and other sample packages to provide their "contributions" for the general good. We hope that others will take our example and send in Patches using this technique from which others may benefit.
(Melbourne, Victoria, Australia)
Kevin Fletcher Tweedy
(Kauai, Hawaii, USA)