Using Script on Factory Library 2 Instrument

IlSora
IlSora Member Posts: 3 Newcomer

Hi all,

I searched over the forum for this argument but i didn't find it.

I just bought Komplete 14 Standard and downloaded the FL2

Using Kontakt 7 stand-alone or opening with Camelot Pro I cannot assign a script on a instrument, because i don't find this option on instrument panel

I see the Ksp button on the right of the Kontakt 7's header, but it's only for multiscript.

Using FL, instead, i can assign the script on the instrument using the "spanner" button on the top/left of the instrument

What's wrong?

Thank you in advance


Cheers,

Roberto


Comments

  • stephen24
    stephen24 Member Posts: 252 Advisor

    The top picture is of the original Factory Library. The lower picture is Factory Library 2.

  • medusa
    medusa Member Posts: 81 Helper

    The newer version is locked by NI, so you can't edit it.

  • Milos
    Milos Member Posts: 1,833 Pro

    If you mean that you want to edit each sound from the drumkit, just go to the View, then Outputs, and then make around 20 outputs for each sound, then load any drum kit from the Factory Library 2 and then click on the Mixer, then click on the Output CH and experiment with the effects from the Outputs by clicking on one of the triangles to choose the effect.

    When it comes to any other tuned instrument (piano, guitar, saxophone etc.) you can apply the effects there as well inside the Outputs.

    That is the best I can help you with, if you mean that.

    As for the thing that medusa said, it is not even locked, it is erased from Factory Library 2 forever, sadly.

  • Milos
    Milos Member Posts: 1,833 Pro

    Here are my pictures as an example:


  • IlSora
    IlSora Member Posts: 3 Newcomer

    So there's no way to apply a script on this Library, right?

    Thank you!

  • IlSora
    IlSora Member Posts: 3 Newcomer

    thank you Milos, it is not this case but i will glance a it, it could be useful!

  • Milos
    Milos Member Posts: 1,833 Pro

    No need to thank me, good sir!

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