In this course you will learn how to create an entire Kontakt sample library from scratch!
The first thing we will be doing is to create some decent sound material in our digital audio workstation.
Then we will hop over to Photoshop to create a complete Kontakt user interface including the wallpaper and knobs.
After that we will make use of the Kontakt GUI Maker in order to bring our user interface to life without the need of coding!
Last but not least we will put all the parts together and finalize our new self made sample library.
The only additional tools you will need besides a full version of Native Instruments Kontakt and your digital audio workstation is:
Think about all the opportunities you have after being able to create your own Kontakt sample libraries!
Alex Pfeffer was born in Frankfurt, Germany in 1975.
After graduating from the Los Angeles College of Music in 1998, Alex became a self employed composer, guitarist and sound designer since around 2003.
He worked for many video games (Wolfenstein, Crysis 2, Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe, Risen 3, Battleforge etc.), wrote lots of movie trailer and production music tracks (Pacific Rim, Harry Potter, Sherlock Holmes etc.) and created audio content and official sound library demos for many world class sample library developers such as East West Quantum Leap, 8Dio, Cinesamples, Audio Imperia etc.!
Alex also worked as an arranger for acts such as Sarah Brightman and recently finished his job as an audio editor on the 60 million EUR show “EQUILA” which is currently being performed in Munich, Germany.