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That being said, some of our libraries – like Juggernaut – do come with WAV samples which can be used in a variety of other sampling tools. We also have a Reason ReFill bundle of instruments designed for Propellerhead Reason.
We do recommend generally keeping your Kontakt installation as updated as possible for maximum efficiency and stability.
Installation, Activation & Setup
With the proper RAR extraction app installed, double-click on the part1 file for each product to extract it. You don’t need to extract anything else! The resulting folder should contain all files for the product. If there were any errors during the extraction process, then most likely one of the RAR files did not fully download. Compare the file sizes on your hard drive to the listed file sizes on the download page.
From here, simply browse inside the folder and load the instrument NKI of your choice. You might consider using Kontakt’s Quickload function for faster access – read more about it on our blog!
(Note: If you get a “No Library Found” error, make sure you have selected the folder that contains subfolders like “Instruments” and “Samples”. If it still doesn’t work, it’s possible your download was corrupted – try re-downloading and extracting the files.)
Now that the library has appeared in the Libraries list, click Activate Product. This should launch the Service Center application provided by Native Instruments. Here, you’ll be prompted for a serial number that we sent via email. Enter it carefully to activate the product.
Shreddage Rock & Metal Instruments
We also have a number of videos available showing how to sequence, process, and mix the library for best results. These are all available on the Shreddage 2 library page.
1. Make sure all DT Guitars are on the same MIDI channel, receiving the exact same MIDI Data.
2. Click the “Reset RR” buttons for each DT Guitar.
3. Make sure that you are not using two of the same DT Guitar.
4. If you are quad-tracking, ensure that DT Guitars 1 & 2 have “Anti-Repetition” (Engine page) turned OFF.
If you still hear a “phasing” effect this may simply be natural phase cancellation occurring when two recordings of similar pitch are played together. You can mitigate this by panning the signals hard LEFT and RIGHT in your host mixer, then using a different amp/FX chain on each.
That being said, the tone of the guitar from Shreddage 1 is still excellent. If you want a lightweight library focused on rhythm playing, Shreddage 1 is a more affordable purchase. On the other hand if you already own Shreddage 2, you can purchase the sound content of Shreddage 1 via the Shreddage Classic expansion. It costs less, too!
Please contact us for more information about multi-user licenses.
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