Con: You will almost certainly need an extra external drive to install the content. If it's missing presets, you need to specify the correct file path within Kontakt and Reaktor, and Guitar Rig. Why is it degrading once it enters Reason? So, I'm going to look deeper at the other stuff, now that this chart also makes clear that the Symphonic Percussion is new to K12 -- I'll check whether it already existed on its own, has any magazine reviews, and audio demos. But I don't know how to proceed now. The demos for the most part were hybrid stuff, and video demos weirdly didn't play the instruments in a realistic way, or simply didn't touch the dynamics knob. The only newer libs that I think might be the exception to that rule are Symphony Series Essentials Percussion because it makes sense to complete the package and maybe the discovery series stuff.
Unless you know exactly what you wan't, it's hard to beat EastWest Hollywood Orchestra on value. I have downloaded the remaining 2 disks 14+15 and extracted all the content to an external hard disk. When I really pushed it, with over 30 Kontakts, three Superior Drummers, five cranked Zebras, and 30 Plays, I experienced some stoppage. I have my own list, but it's spotty and incomplete. Supercharger will give you the sound of pure tube compression. Buying one thing that does it all completely removes that thrill.
Almost tempted to one day move up to Ultimate, but damn. The good news is that, in this case, there's no need to actually do the conversion at all--if you want to stay in the box, you can just use a virtual audio cable, and then there won't be any conversion and thus no degradation. If it's out in Feb, it's hard to imagine they're still nailing things down, at least enough to make a bullet list. It's not Reason causing the degradation, it's the converters in the audio interface, the cables, etc. They would launch but couldn't load presets? Native Instruments announce a brand new version of their enormous Komplete collections — Komplete 11 — boasting a greater breadth and depth of virtual instruments and effects than ever before. A lot of people would certainly be enticed to upgrade as well as encourage newcomers to jump on board so I hope those. It's not necessarily true that it will play out this way, but it's certainly within the realm of possibility.
They made it clear at the time that the full symphony series would never be included in Komplete. We'll see whether X adds that. I'd bet forum members like Steve Nathan, linwood, and hardware also have sizable collections. Some where along the lines of downloading Komplete 11 i might of screwed the location? Unfortunately for me, I purchased the wrong thing Upgrade instead of Crossgrade. I have been following this thread from the beginning and with interest. As far as I know, the only exception was last time with the Symphony Series with an Essential version instead of the full version.
I need to get back to filling it in when I have more time. It needs its own thread anyway. But there's some goodies in there. Aside from that, they seem almost ready to go. You need a drive which will transfer that information to your computer or controller quickly, particularly important if you plan on transferring the enormous sound library onto a separate hard drive.
Is the collectors edition worth it? There would be a certain economic logic to releasing Komplete 12 in the fall and then coming out with the Kontakt update in the summer of 2019--or whenever it is ready. So I have 31 folders with about 10. Una Corda seems nice too. When you want something moodier and more evocative, use mellotron samples. Didn't see the plugins in Reason? The file very specifically lays out what will be includued in Komplete 12 and what will be in Komplete Ultimate 12. If I joined that forum, I would have a hard time resisting the temptation to contribute -- although I did eventually succeed in mostly resisting the temptation to contribute here, on threads where I have deep expertise but which have been addressed many times over. Komplete Ultimate usually includes all the releases since the previous version.
If you've been following this thread from the beginning, you'd know that nothing on this list is based on my opinion or guesswork. Thanks, Mark, I'd be interested in seeing how you've got things organized. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk BonsaiMacKay wrote: 46? Battery 4 is on board, providing the engine for drums, with sounds provided by a huge library of Abbey Road sampled drums kits from every era of popular music. That said, it'll presumably be an even better deal next summer, during the first Komplete 12 sale. They're midway between Komplete upgrade cycles, and even Komplete goes on sale by then usually.
Why take Rickenbacker Bass from Komplete Ultimate 11 and move it into Komplete 12? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Komplete works fine in Reason, so something is up on your end. Not in terms of functionality but in terms of size, scalability and so forth. Now at version 10, these bundles aim to cover a very broad spectrum of the kinds of sounds and effects that anyone working in modern music production might need, from real drum kits, pianos and horns through to sampled guitars and basses and a wealth of cutting edge synths and drum machines. I have resisted the temptation to join another forum. But then I also think if I had both I'd be able to move between them as desired, whenever a creative urge takes control of the situation. The difference in loading, etc.