Instrument Routing in Kontakt Part 3
In today’s advanced video tutorial, we will discuss how you can setup and manage Instrument routing in Kontakt. We will go over Insert and Send Effects, Instruments and Groups as well as the new bus system introduced in Kontakt 5.
In the third and final part of our 3-Part tutorial, we cover the Outputs Section of Kontakt.
The Outputs Section provides a routing and mixing environment that is laid out like a traditional mixing console. The output signals from all Instruments in your Rack will first arrive in this section, where they are then routed to the physical outputs of your audio interface or into your host software.
The Outputs Section panel allows you to:
-create, delete, rename, and configure Output Channels, which act as mono, stereo, or multichannel signal routing destinations for your Instruments
-rename and configure Aux Channels, which act as additional routing destinations for “signal taps” at various locations across your Instruments and Instrument send effects
-change the output volumes of Output and Aux Channels
-add, remove, and edit signal processors on Output and Aux Channels
-monitor your output levels.
To show and hide the Outputs Section panel, click on the Output button in your Main Control panel. The panel will appear in the lower half of your Rack space.
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