در این پست در خدمت شما کاربران سایت vst ساز هستیم با جدیدترین نسخه و ورژن از سمپل پلیر کانتکت Native Instruments Kontakt 5.6.1
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در ادامه ی مطلب با دانلود رایگان کنتاکت پلیر Native Instruments Kontakt 5.6.1 با لینک مستقیم ، میهمان وی اس تی ساز باشید .
Native Instruments Kontakt نام رابط صدایی از شرکت Native Instrument است که طرفداران بسیار زیادی دارد. بسیاری از VST های معروف و با کیفیت سازهای مختلف تحت Kontakt اجرا میشود. میتوان گفت Kontakt از ضروری ترین نرم افزارها برای آهنگسازی است که به کنتاکت پلیر نیز شهرت دارد. هم اینک آخرین ورژن این برنامه را به شما تقدیم میکنیم که نسبت به نسخه های پیشین بسیار قدرتمندتر شده است .
Native Instrument’s Kontakt has certainly been a trail-blazing success since its inception nine years ago, and has become the preferred format for a multitude of sample‑based products. Its versatility, flexibility and ease of use make it a very attractive tool for beginners and serious under‑the‑hood geeks alike. From simple one‑shot sample playback to the creation of complex, scripted virtual instruments, Kontakt seems to be capable of pretty much anything to do with sampling. If you’re unfamiliar with the software and bemused by all the excitement, you can bone up on the story so far in the following SOS reviews: Kontakt 1 (August 2002); Kontakt 2 (July 2005); Kontakt 3 (January 2008); and Kontakt 4 (February 2010).
Just when you were wondering what more could possibly be added, Kontakt 5 delivers yet another bevy of sample‑empowering goodies that you didn’t know you couldn’t live without. The new version remains cosmetically the same as version 4 apart from a minor change: in Instrument Edit mode, the green colour scheme is now replaced by a shade of pale brown that paint manufacturers might call ‘Weimaraner’.
Kontakt 5 adds an impressive list of 37 new filters to the original 16 types, bringing the total to 53. New SV (State Variable) filters appear in the LP, HP, BP, Peak/Notch and Multi categories. NI describe them as the new standard for Kontakt, being cleaner than the legacy filters. The new Ladder filters, which are based on those found in older synths, also offer improved algorithms, together with a High Quality option that applies oversampling at the cost of slightly increased CPU overhead.
Especially interesting are the AR (Adaptive Resonance) filters; these adjust the amount of resonance according to the amplitude of the input, acting as a sort of auto‑limiter. You can crank the resonance up full and sweep away to your heart’s content, safe in the knowledge that your speakers and eardrums will suffer no harm. In stark contrast, the resonance of the Daft LP and HP filters (borrowed from NI’s Massive soft synth) can be pushed into self‑oscillation. By tuning the cutoff frequency to track the keyboard over an evenly tempered scale, you can easily achieve the classic ‘singing filter’ effect of analogue synths.
Four Peak/Notch filters are a welcome addition, useful both for fine surgical EQ and for creating effects similar to phase‑shifting when modulated by an envelope, LFO or the mod wheel, for example. Of the four varieties, SV Notch 4 has a bipolar character: resonance values above 25 percent produce a peak, while lower values produce a notch.
Also of special note are two new Formant filters that simulate the vocal tract, allowing you to morph through the vowel sounds all the way from ‘ooo’ to ‘eee’. These will bring a smile of recognition to anyone familiar with the Delay Lama plug‑in instrument by AudioNerdz (the animated singing Tibetan Monk with the inscrutably mobile Roger Moore eyebrows). Whereas Delay Lama was monophonic, had one fixed waveform, no envelopes or filters, and sounded (and I say this with the greatest affection) untameably raucous, Kontakt offers all the facilities you need to sculpt any sample into a musically useful sonic chatterbox. The two variations of Formant filter differ in that Formant 1 is the more severe of the two, with a sharper, more focused effect. For a list of the new filters, see the ‘New Filter Types’ box.
The sampler engine receives three new playback modes. The most significant of these is Time Machine Pro, a real-time, high quality time‑stretching algorithm that gives you independent control over sample playback speeds and tuning with fewer artifacts than the existing two modes (Time Machine and Time Machine 2). Both of those were capable of producing good results, but it could be hit‑and‑miss, depending on the type of material they had to work with. Looped samples often came off badly (loop points were usually thrown off kilter) and even mild speed variations could sound grainy and distorted, especially when slowing things down. Naturally, I tested Time Machine Pro with a variety of material, and found the results to be variable but generally impressive. Most complex stereo material (such as full‑blown mixes) could take around a speed variation of around 20 percent before acquiring a metallic ring (slower) or a fluttering quality (faster), with sustaining, orchestral music being the most susceptible to artifacts. Percussively oriented material coped a little better with wider speed variations. Nevertheless, the step up in quality from the older Time Machine modes is patently obvious. TM Pro should prove very useful for fine‑tuning the duration of sampled special effects without altering their essential character, and since the speed parameter can be sync’ed to the host DAW’s tempo, the speed of pre‑sampled musical phrases will always remain in step with any variations in track tempo. TM Pro offers two-, four- or eight-voice polyphony, and also provides a ‘Pro Mode’ option, giving control over the formant character of the time‑stretched samples.
Perhaps one of the most useful additions to Kontakt, Instrument Buses are to be found nestled between the Amplifier module and the Insert Effects strip. They provide the solution to a perennial problem: how can you easily apply a single set of treatments to a collection of Groups without having to apply them to each Group individually? This is best illustrated with a typical scenario: processing the various elements that make up a drum kit. Take the snare for instance, often represented by numerous articulations — centre hits, edge hits, rim shot, side stick, flam, snares off… you get the picture. Articulations are often assigned to their own Groups, each of which may have its own unique level setting, or possibly an effect of some kind. To adjust the overall level of all the snare Groups, you’d previously have had to insert a Gainer as the last insert effect of every Group, and adjust them all in unison. Similarly, adding effects such as a compressor and an EQ would involve replicating those effects numerous times across all the Groups — hardly elegant or CPU friendly. All this can be done much more efficiently using Instrument Buses.
Sixteen Buses are available to each Kontakt instrument and appear as destinations under each Group’s output assign button. Once all the snare’s Groups have been identified and selected for editing, simply route them to an Instrument Bus. Now the entire Bus’s level and pan can be controlled easily from its own controls.
Each of the 16 Buses also has slots for eight insert effects, so you only need to add a single compressor to the snare Bus, for example, to process all its articulations. Unlike Group insert effects, which operate polyphonically (ie. the effect is calculated for each individual note), Bus insert effects operate monophonically, just as they would if you were using outboard gear. Effect sends can also be added to each Bus’s inserts, so adding reverb to the contents of a Bus is easy. The output from each Bus returns just before the main instrument insert effects by default, but there is also an option to bypass those insert effects, keeping any Bus you choose (and its own effects) entirely separate from the main effects.
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