Abbey Road 60s Drums - Early 60s full kit. The suggestion is nonetheless appreciated. Timing the first initial load after starting up my computer takes around 50 seconds. But the load time is brutal. I'm having the same problems, but I think it is related to Logic Pro X and Kontakt being used as a plugin. The hang is before it ever shows the loading samples bar--everything hangs for a minute or two on a blank Kontakt window, can't click anywhere--then when it does get around to actually loading the sample, that part's super fast.
I have several issues, but this one is the most difficult. We're a small team of sound designers, programmers and instrument builders. Garrigus - Author of the Cakewalk Sonar and Sony Sound Forge Power book series. Going from 128 to an excessive 512 max voices balloons the memory use to 520mb. The sounds are really good.
Win a free SoundTech Vocal Trainer Package, go to: Publisher of NewTechReview - free consumer technology newsletter. It doesn't look like the system is actually loading samples during this time, so I have no idea what it's trying to do. Having to explain some things makes their poor design even more evident, so thanks for sharing a clean summary. Depending on the system, there could be some kind of caching going on. Anything from Tonehammer will be good.
I've been using Kontakt for ages and it's been like this for as long as I can remember. Links to your music are only permitted. I know we are all guilty of that one 2. As per Bob's suggestion above, I put all my Kontakt libraries and Kontakt itself on the exclusion list for Windows Defender, and it has made a significant difference. I just loaded a Sable patch of 342mb in 8s as a quick test. Win a free i2i Stream Wireless Music Pack, go to: well specific libraries is hard to define, that's a personal choice based on the music you create, however, I've become a big fan of small, specialized libraries, and for that sort of thing I highly recommend browsing the following sites: You'll likely still need a couple of larger libraries for things like strings, brass, etc. .
When I load an instrument for the first time, it's slow just like you see in that video. Step 6: Once complete, go to the new folder you created. Sure, patches show up super fast, but some patches take a really long time to fully load the buffer. It has to be a Kontakt issue. That means it's reading the data at a rate of 5. Abbey Road 60s Drums - Early 60s full kit.
Has anyone else seen this strange behaviour with different loading times dependant on the state of the library? Embertone's Blakus Cello takes up 3. If your thread is only tangentially related, it is probably considered off-topic. Also, if you have disabled the background loading, enabling it may improve the performance according to threads below: Yeah. Libraries with large sample counts are the issue with me before the load begins. I do hope they can improve the loading times for their drums. Some very good ideas, and some nice optimizations.
Some of the slow loading libraries have samples in wav. This can be especially helpful for larger and more ram-intensive instrument presets. Let me know and we'll sort this out! There is no system, at least none I´m aware of. Therefore, it's not useful to compare performance when loading an instrument, unloading it, and reloading the same instrument. Browser The time honored favorite. I've seen the long pause before the patch actually starts loading with a few libraries recently, it does seem like it has gotten worse with recent versions of Kontakt. I wish there was a one-click universal patch change browser a la Spectrasonics Omnisphere.
Maybe Cubase is the reason in my case? When your auditioning kits it's hell. I'm also pretty sure I tried standalone Kontakt. I'm having the same problem with Kontakt 5. Check the dropdown menu above the posts! I don't know what the problem is, but you are not alone. I suppose there's a chance that your drive is very fragmented -- but still, it's very unlikely that it would suddenly become a problem at this one particular point. Sample Memory is used by the actual audio within each instrument. You can move these wherever you want; however if you converted a commercial Kontakt library, be aware that you may be missing various data and resource files.