THE KONTAKT BUNDLE 6 exists out of JD-850, a library based on the Roland JD-800 hardware synthesizer and OSA (Old School Arps), a library inspired by the Berlin School electronic music from the 70's and 80's. This bundle has a total of 401 patches weighing in at 1.97 Gb in size. All the patches from JD-850 and OSA can be edited by the many GUI controls. With the help of these 2 Kontakt libraries, translating your musical ideas into complete tracks is a breeze.
Please consult the appropriate library page to view the info, features and demos.
These libraries will only work in the full version of Kontakt 5.
The Roland JD-800 factory patches are not included in the JD-850 library.
Open the Features tab of the appropriate library to know which lowest version of Kontakt to use for the libraries to run properly.
When using the free Kontakt Player, these libraries will only work for 15 minutes in demo mode!
Follow the installation instructions as stated in the appropriate library manual or the Installation tab above.
Unpack the supplied zip archive files to a directory of choice.
Open the Kontakt browser by clicking on the Browse icon on top of the Kontakt window.
Open the Files tab in the Kontakt browser.
Navigate to the directory where you installed the libraries.
Open the library folder of choice.
Open the Instruments or Building Blocks folder or the Multi or Arpeggios folder and their subdirectories until you can see the nki / nkm files.
Double click on a nki or nkm file or drag it in the Kontakt window to load the patch.