EULA

End User Licence Agreement (EULA)

The following is a reproduction of the EULA distributed with the ESQ-1 Downloads which sets out the terms of use, and forbids unauthorised distribution or amendment. Conditions Of Use of the items downloaded from howtoprogramdrums.com are set out in Section A of the documents below. You can obtain access to these downloads for free by subscribing to our membership page. You will also find detailed installation instructions both here, and within the documents that come with your free download. You can also watch the videos embedded in the ESQ-1 Articles on the main blog page. Just type “ESQ-1” in the search window if you can’t find them. Thanks.

Ensoniq ESQ-1 Reboot [A Reason Refill for Reason 7.1] 12th June 2014 / 1st & 12th October 2014

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EULA AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS VERSION 1.1 – REVISED 12TH OCTOBER 2014
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By Neil Paddock

http://howtoprogramdrums.com
http://howcanimakemusic.com

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PLEASE ENSURE YOU READ SECTION A) THE EULA BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH INSTALLATION
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A) END USER LICENCE AGREEMENT (EULA)
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B) INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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C) INTRODUCTION & FAQ
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D) TROUBLE SHOOTING
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E) AUTHOR’s CONTACT DETAILS
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F) OTHER SAMPLE FORMATS YOU MAY BE INTERESTED IN
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G) OTHER USEFUL EXTERNAL SOURCES OF ESQ-1 INFORMATION (NOT MAINTAINED BY THE AUTHOR)
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PLEASE ENSURE YOU READ SECTION A) THE EULA BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH INSTALLATION
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PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING CAREFULLY
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A) END USER LICENCE AGREEMENT (EULA)
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1) CONDITIONS OF USE AND TERMS OF AGREEMENT

The installation and ongoing use of this refill means that you agree to be bound by the terms of this agreement.

If you do not agree with all of the terms within this EULA agreement (including this one) then you must discontinue using it immediately and must not install it.

These re-samples are distributed and licenced to you (NB – Not owned by you) on the basis that are for educational use and evaluation purposes – they may be used in original music compositions and are strictly for your own personal use.

Note: This is subject to the additional terms set out within this End User Licence Agreement (EULA) which follow below.

2) UNAUTHORISED RE-DISTRIBUTION IS PROHIBITED

The re-samples and patches may not be redistributed “as-is”, in a modified format or in other sample libraries via CD, DVD, memory stick or via networks or made available for resale or be used in commercial video games without the express written permission of the author – who may be contacted via the email address (without the spaces) in the contact details section below.

3) PLEASE PLAY FAIR!

In Plain English: Obviously it takes time, effort and costs money to create these re-samples and make them available for download. So sharing them via torrent sites and generally sharing them without my permission goes against the spirit of this agreement. I still have to eat, so please play fair!

It’s perfectly okay for people to download them from an approved source, i.e. via howtoprogramdrums.com, howcanimakemusic.com, Bedroom Producer’s Blog or Propellerhead’s website (if available).

4) REFERRALS

Please refer people to the original approved download source if they are interested – so that they can check out our special offers and other goodies at our websites for themselves, rather than share the re-samples directly with them – otherwise they may miss out on something special.

Thank you.

5) LEGAL DISCLAIMER – LIMITATION OF LEGAL LIABILITY

If anything nasty happens to you whilst using this refill, it’s not my fault.
You use this Refill and the re-samples within on the express understanding that it is entirely at your own risk.
There’s no reason why it should, but just in case anything untoward does happen, you are responsible.
I will not be held liable for any loss you may experience because of its use or misuse.

I recommend that you check it for viruses first – if it makes you feel better. And then make some great music with it.

6) COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER

For the sake of complete transparency:

I did not invent the Ensoniq ESQ-1, its hardware or software, nor design its 40 factory patches.

It was first made available in 1986 and discontinued around 1989.

I purchased one [Serial No. 5680, on 9th July 1987 for 1,050 GBP] and almost 27 years later,
I resampled the Factory Presets so they can be used easily with other Digital Audio Workstations and with Reason 7.1 in particular. The alternative is to fiddle about with the original ESQ-1, some cassette tapes and audio cables and the original loading screens – that tends to detract from the business of making music – especially if you no longer have a working cassette recorder!

The copyright for the original equipment, hardware and software resides with the original holders.

No endorsements or affiliations should be implied or assumed with Ensoniq or later holders of the original copyright.

This Reason Refill pack and the enclosed re-samples are offered both for your convenience and to give you the opportunity to try out the sounds of the ESQ-1 for yourself, so you can compare it with other great synthesisers, past and present.

7) RECOMMENDATIONS

If you are impressed by the quality of these patches then feel free to seek out more products from E-Mu, Ensoniq, Creative Labs, Digital Sound Factory (Via Cakewalk’s website), and Syntaur Productions if still available – and support them by buying their products should you find them useful. As a satisfied customer of all of the above, I can confidently recommend them and their products to you.

8) TESTING

Note this Refill has not been tested with earlier versions of Reason than 7.1.

9) WARRANTY / SUPPORT

This is not a commercial product.

There is no warranty or additional support provided with this product other than what is outlined elsewhere in this document.

[See TROUBLESHOOTING]

The refill is provided “As-Is” with no additional guarantees or warranties.

10) THIS DOCUMENT IS PART OF THE PACK / REASON REFILL

N.B. This EULA document must be retained on your hard drive or storage whilst the refill is being used for reference purposes.

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END OF EULA TERMS
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B) INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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Put the refill in a folder with your other reason refills

This can be in the same directory as the Main Factory Soundset

e.g.

C:\Program Files\Propellerhead\Reason

Or you can put them in a Reason Refills directory on your desktop

e.g.

C:\Users\YOUR USER NAME HERE\Desktop\Reason Refills

Launch Reason

Log in

Open the “Ensoniq ESQ-1 Reboot” Refill in the song browser

Click on “Reason Demos”

Launch any one of the four songs

We will start with 01-10

It will communicate with the server and load the first demo song

The song information will appear

Note: This was tested on a Yamaha PSR-2000 connected via a Yamaha UX-16 Midi interface

1 – The Midi Out on the UX-16 is connected to the Midi In on the PSR-2000

2 – The Midi In on the UX-16 is connected to the Midi Out on the PSR-2000

3 – USB end is connected to the laptop

Turn down the volume on your midi keyboard

Turn up the volume on your laptop / speakers / headphones gently from the zero position

You should now be able to hear patch #1

“01 2 COOL”

Go to the sequencer panel and click on the next track to hear the next patch

“02 3TRUMS”

And so on

Note you can have more than one song open.

This will depend on your computer’s available memory, I was able to open all 4 songs which give you access to all 40 presets, plus a simple drum machine and a combinator which uses 3 voices at once.

If this all seems a bit fiddly, check out Youtube and watch my Scanned Synth 2 Demo

That was created on a similar basis and I walk you through how the song demos are set up.

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C) INTRODUCTION & FAQ
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What is the “Reboot”?
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It is an opportunity to use the 40 factory sounds sculpted on the original Ensoniq ESQ-1 Digital Wave Synthesizer. Each of the original factory presets have been resampled and loaded up into an NN-XT sampler, and put into one of 4 Song Demos that are contained within the Refill.
It is possible to save these re-samples from the 4 Song Demos locally on your hard drive, and save the NN-XT devices (and combinators) for future use.
Instructions for doing this follow in the relevant section below.

Note: The sounds on the original ESQ-1 are only transferable by cassette tape or Ensoniq cartridge, which are now getting harder to obtain due to their age, so re-sampling them seemed to be the best way of being able to reuse the sounds easily in Reason. The next model, the SQ-80, had a floppy drive, but the ESQ-1 did not.

How many patches are there?
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There are forty patches in total, as per the original factory preset bank for version 2.3
Plus some additional devices such as BONUS ESQ-1 drum kit.

How long are the re-samples?
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Up to 10 seconds in length, shorter for percussive re-samples.

How many re-samples are there?
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There are 6 re-samples for each voice panned left and right, that’s 12 per patch.

Are they looped?
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No. Finding exactly the right point to loop re-samples can be problematic and the results aren’t always that great, e.g. you can often hear glitches in the sound as the loop starts again.
So these re-samples last up to ten seconds.

You can of course loop these yourself – if you really, really want to.

Do they sound exactly the same as the original?
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For most of these patches, you may not be able to tell the difference.

For one or two, they do sound a bit different, e.g. the KOTO2 patch.

The best way round this is to buy an original ESQ-1 and use that instead!

Sampling seems to be an art rather than a science, and becomes a trade off between bit depth (e.g. 24 bit vs. 16 bit), sample length in seconds, total sample size, total number of re-samples, and amount of hard drive space required.

The larger the size of the Refill, the longer it takes to download.

The number of re-samples used in each patch have to be loaded into your computer’s memory and each NN-XT used simultaneously increases the load on your processor.

re-samples that are too short in duration, and NN-XT patches created with insufficent re-samples don’t sound very good – so I have tried to strike a reasonable balance (no pun intended).

These patches have been produced essentially with one note per octave, with a maximum duration of 10 seconds playing time – and no loops!

I have worked through the Song Demos. How do I save the re-samples and NN-XTs?
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First of all, decide where you will put the re-samples.

The simpler the directory structure, the better.

I originally put mine in:

C:\Users\YOURNAME\Desktop\Music\re-samples\Ensoniq ESQ-1 Reboot

You may find it better to have a “C:\re-samples\ESQ-1 Reboot\” directory.

Once you have decided where they will go:

Work through each of the 4 song demos and “Un” self-contain the re-samples.

Go to “File”

In the “Song Self-Contain Settings” select “Uncheck all”

Reason will ask you for a folder at that point (You can add a subfolder if you want).

e.g. \Ensoniq ESQ-1 Reboot

Copy them all to the same folder.

It may take a while for each song demo, so please be patient.

Note, where I have doubled up with NN-XTs, Reason will save extra copies of the re-samples. It will tell you that re-samples were renamed to resolve conflicts.

When the re-samples are copied over, its important that you leave the song demos open and save each of the NN-XT patches you want to save, together with any Combinator patches you create in the demos, if you feel so inclined.

I recommend setting up an additional subfolder to keep things tidy.

C:\Users\YOURNAME\Desktop\Music\re-samples\Ensoniq ESQ-1 Reboot\NN-XT Patches

OR

C:\re-samples\ESQ-1 Reboot\NN-XT Patches

AND

C:\Users\YOURNAME\Desktop\Music\re-samples\Ensoniq ESQ-1 Reboot\Combinator Patches

OR

C:\re-samples\ESQ-1 Reboot\Combinator Patches

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D) TROUBLE SHOOTING
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ERROR MESSAGES

1) MISSING DEVICE

I may conceivably have used a Reason Rack Extension which you don’t have in a song demo. Sorry.

The ones I tend to use quite a bit are:

a) Re-mark (which is free from Propellerhead’s website – you will need to be a Registered Reason User with Reason 7 or later and will need to log in to download it from here:

https://shop.propellerheads.se/product/remark/

I also use

b) Audiomatic

and

c) Synchronous

The fourth demo uses the Rack Extension (RE) Synchronous, which was free for Reason 7.1 users up until 1st June 2014. You can ignore this or buy it from the Reason shop by clicking on “View in Web Shop”.

If you downloaded it before the cutoff date, you can use it without any headaches.

2) I CAN’T FIND THE MIXER!

Each Demo Song is configured for two monitors, so the mixer will open in a separate window by default. If you want to change this, simply Re-attach the mixer to the main screen.

– Go to Window

– Attach Mixer

3) I CAN’T FIND THE REFILL!

a) Check you download folder

b) Unzip it to a folder you usually use for refills

Mine go in a directory called

C:\Users\YOUR USER NAME HERE\Desktop\Reason Refills

but you may also use the same directory as the Reason Factory Sound Bank

i.e.

C:\Program Files\Propellerhead\Reason

That can get messy if you need to update, upgrade or re-install though.

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E) AUTHOR’s CONTACT DETAILS
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neilpaddock @ gmail.com

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http://howtoprogramdrums.com
http://howcanimakemusic.com

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F) OTHER SAMPLE FORMATS YOU MAY BE INTERESTED IN
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While I was putting this pack together, I created some alternative sample formats for users who do not have a copy of Reason. These have been tested with “Mixcraft 6” by Acoustica and “Reaper” by Cockos Incorporated.

These are:

1) .nki format – for Native Instruments “Kontakt”

2) .sf2 (Soundfont) format – which will play in Cakewalk’s free “sfz” player and “sfz+”

3) .sfz format – A text file used to map the re-samples that you can open in Notepad – It can be used with Cakewalk’s free “sfz” player and Camel Audio’s “Free Alchemy Player”, as well as other Cakewalk Synthesisers such as Dimension Pro and Rapture.

[Note: “sfz+” will not play sfz files – Strange but true]

4) .prog files for Cakewalk’s Dimension Pro

5) .prog files for Cakewalk’s Rapture

Contact the author or visit our website for more information.

neilpaddock @ gmail.com

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http://howtoprogramdrums.com
http://howcanimakemusic.com

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G) OTHER USEFUL EXTERNAL SOURCES OF ESQ-1 INFORMATION (NOT MAINTAINED BY THE AUTHOR)
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HISTORY
http://www.vintagesynth.com/ensoniq/ens_esq1.php

ENSONIQ ESQ-1 & SQ-80 INFO SITE & THE SQ-8L ESQ-1 EMULATOR
http://www.buchty.net
http://www.buchty.net/ensoniq/
http://www.buchty.net/ensoniq/index.html#sq8l

FREE PATCHES & THE SQ-8L ESQ-1 EMULATOR
http://www.scoreforsale.com/html/features.html

COMMERCIAL PATCHES
http://www.syntaur.com/

http://www.syntaur.com/esq.html#vpc

http://www.syntaur.com/esq_sounds.html

MIDI INTERFACE FOR ORIGINAL ESQ-1 – (No need to fiddle with cassette tapes)
http://www.midiox.com/

E-MU
http://www.creative.com/emu/

Ensoniq ESQ-1 Reboot [Raw Samples & sfz scripts] 17th October 2014

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EULA AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS VERSION 1.1 – REVISED 17TH OCTOBER 2014
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By Neil Paddock

http://howtoprogramdrums.com
http://howcanimakemusic.com

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PLEASE ENSURE YOU READ SECTION A) THE EULA OF DOC V1.1 BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH INSTALLATION
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Hi a very quick addendum to the previous file

EULA still applies – please read the first V1.1 document prior to installation and use.

Thank you.

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INSTALLATION FOR SFZ
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1) UNZIPPING – Unzip the sub folders somewhere sensible:

I recommend putting them in C:\Samples\

So you should end up with

C:\Samples\Ensoniq ESQ-1 Reboot\ and
C:\Samples\ESQ-1 sfz\

with all the relevant files within them.

If you have another folder where you put your samples put them threre if you want, but you may need to amend the 40 sfzs so that they can find the samples. More about that later.

2) GET A GOOD SFZ PLAYER – Open Alchemy Free Player, sfz or something else that reads sfz files.

The free programs have drawbacks (multiple instances of sfz in Cakewalk can cause audio spikes – be warned, Alchemy Player may not work past the trial period).

I recommend Dimension LE $25 from Cakewalk – You can’t really go wrong with that!
https://www.cakewalk.com/Products/Dimension-LE

[Not an affiliate link]

3) GET A DAW – If you are not confident with DAWs, get SAVIHOST.
It will host a single instance of a VST (Virtual Instrument)
otherwise get Reaper or Mixcraft. They will cost you some money, but it will be worth it.

4) Launch the (sfz reading) VST in your HOST program (Savihost, Reaper or Mixcraft or other)
Point the patch loading screen to your sample folder with the sfz script files in. If it can find them, you are good to go! One more step!

5) Load the sfz file and PLAY!
If you have a midi keyboard, then great – otherwise your your computer keyboard and start playing!

Make sure your audio is working (try listening to something like media player first)

Turn your volume up gradually – Don’t deafen yourself – some patches can be louder than others.

Add a limiter as an effect to keep the volume under control (Easy to do in Reaper).

I didn’t experience any problems with these patches in development, but you need to look after your ears, so be careful!

Note – you can save the patches yourself in Reaper for access later on.

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TROUBLE SHOOTING
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It is important that you preserve the directory structure of the sfz files and the raw samples, otherwise the sfz scripts will not work as they will be unable to find the samples.

Keep the sfz’s in the same place in the folder hierarchy to avoid tweaking the files.

You can open them and change them in Notepad, but you will have to do it 40 times!

That’s tedious. You have been warned.

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SUPPORT
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Note there is no support for this free product other than the guidelines provided in the EULA and Installation documents V1.1 & V1.2 (This document).

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LIABILITY
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Use at your own risk. See Full EULA in Doc V1.1 for Full Terms and conditions of use.

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AUTHOR’s CONTACT DETAILS
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neilpaddock @ gmail.com

[Take the spaces out]

http://howtoprogramdrums.com
http://howcanimakemusic.com

Ensoniq ESQ-1 Re-boot [Raw Samples & KONTAKT scripts] 26th October 2014

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EULA AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS VERSION 1.3 – REVISED 26TH OCTOBER 2014
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SOUND LIBRARY by:

Neil Paddock

http://howtoprogramdrums.com
http://howcanimakemusic.com

KONTAKT SCRIPT by:

Tomislav Zlatic
http://bedroomproducersblog.com/

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PLEASE ENSURE YOU READ SECTION A) THE EULA OF DOC V1.1 BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH INSTALLATION
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Hi – another quick addendum to the previous EULA and installation files to cover this Re-boot for KONTAKT.

1) The EULA still applies – please read the first V1.1 document prior to installation and use.

Basically, everybody needs to read and agree to follow the full terms and conditions of the EULA in V1.1 prior to use.

2) V1.2 deals with sfzs and ESQ-1 Raw (Re-)samples –

3) If you are a Kontakt user – refer to this document V1.3 instead of V1.2

Thank you.

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DOWNLOADING
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You want Reason Refill or Raw Samples and sfz scripts? = How To Program Drums or HTPD
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In case you are confused where to get what, You can download the Reason Refill (or Re-boot) and the Raw Samples and sfz files from:

http:\\howtoprogramdrums.com

or alternatively

http:\\howcanimakemusic.com

You want Kontakt? = Bedroom Producer’s Blog or BPB
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The Kontakt scripts for the pack were created by Tomislav Zlatic so the self contained pack for Kontakt will be hosted at Bedroom Producer’s Blog. Download your FREE ESQ-1 samples and scripts for Kontakt from there.

http://bedroomproducersblog.com/

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INSTALLATION FOR KONTAKT (After downloading the relevant files)
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1) UNZIPPING – Unzip the sub folders somewhere sensible:

I put these on a new folder called “BPB Kontakt” on my desktop
with all the relevant files within them. Keep the subfolder structure the same.

You may already have a preferred place to put these. If so, feel free to put them with the rest of your sample library. Make a note of where they go and keep the directory structure intact.

2) GET THE STANDALONE FREE KONTAKT PLAYER – From Native Instruments

If you haven’t already done so, you will need to register with Native Instruments.

You can then download this from this link:

http://www.native-instruments.com/en/products/komplete/samplers/kontakt-5-player/free-download/
[Not an affiliate link]

3) GET A Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) – I recommend Reaper or Mixcraft as an affordable DAW. They will cost you some money, but it will be worth it. Both are available as trial versions.

REAPER
http://www.reaper.fm/download.php

[Not an affiliate link]

MIXCRAFT 6
http://www.acoustica.com/mixcraft/download.htm

[Not an affiliate link]

NB You don’t need one straight away, as the Kontakt Free Player works in standalone mode (but it will time out after a while).

4) Launch the KONTAKT player in your HOST program or DAW (Reaper or Mixcraft or other) or in standalone mode.

Point the patch loading screen to your sample folder with your nki Kontakt script files in.
If it can find them, (look for 2 COOL.nki, 3TRUMS.nki, etc.) you are good to go! One more step!

5) Load the first nki file and PLAY!
If you have a midi keyboard, then great – otherwise use your computer keyboard and start playing!

Load up any of the nki files from the list under the file tab in Kontakt Player

When you want to change, click the little left and right arrows next to the DEMO icon in the GUI to go to the next patch or the previous one.

Note: I am not a Kontakt expert. If you want more info, read the manual.

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GENERAL HINTS
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Make sure your audio is working (try listening to something like media player first)

Turn your volume up gradually – Don’t deafen yourself – some patches can be louder than others.

Add a limiter as an effect to keep the volume under control (Easy to do in Reaper).

I didn’t experience any problems with these patches in development, but you need to look after your ears, so be careful!

Note – you can save the patches yourself in Reaper for access later on.

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TROUBLE SHOOTING
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It is important that you preserve the directory structure of the nki files and the raw samples, otherwise the Kontakt scripts will not work – as they will be unable to find the samples.

Keep the nki’s in the same place in the folder hierarchy to avoid disappointment.

Tomislav Zlatic kindly created these so he may have some additional tips (subject to the SUPPORT section below), but if you leave the subfolders exactly as they are, they work fine.

UPDATING KONTAKT PLAYER

If you see the following:

“This patch was generated by a newer version of the application.
Please upgrade your copy to load the patch.”

Click OK.

I did need to upgrade my version of Kontakt to the latest player version.

To do that, fire up ServiceCenter.exe from

C:\Program Files\Native Instruments\Service Center and log in to your NI Account (if you already have one).

It will take a while to download (about 500MB) and install (mine took about 20-30 minutes), so go and have a coffee while it’s installing!

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SUPPORT
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Note there is no support for this free product other than the guidelines provided in the EULA and Installation documents V1.1, V1.2 & V1.3 (This document). Make sure you check the relevant blogs (Bedroom Producer’s Blog for Kontakt and How To Program Drums for Reason & sfz) and the ESQ-1 Free Samples articles for additional information, e.g. Video installation instructions – which are also hosted on YouTube.

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LIABILITY
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Use at your own risk. See Full EULA in Doc V1.1 for Full Terms and Conditions of use.

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
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A big thank you to my collaborator, Tomislav Zlatic from Bedroom Producer’s Blog for putting together these patches with a stylish Graphic User Interface (GUI).

Feel free to shower him (and me too for that matter) with lavish praise for bringing these classic patches to your studio – all for FREE.

And be sure to check out his awesome blog for some great Music Producer information and freebies!

And check out mine too. Thanks.

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INTERACTION
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We encourage you to interact with us, leave comments, like, favourite and share our blog posts and videos and subscribe to our respective YouTube channels. Tell us what else you would like to see next. Your participation helps us to keep going and to focus on providing what you really want!

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AUTHOR’s CONTACT DETAILS
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KONTAKT SCRIPT by:

Tomislav Zlatic

tomislav @ bedroomproducersblog.com

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http://bedroomproducersblog.com/

ESQ-1 FREE SOUND LIBRARY (REBOOT), EULA and Installation Instructions V1.1, 1.2 & 1.3 by:

Neil Paddock

neilpaddock @ gmail.com

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http://howtoprogramdrums.com
http://howcanimakemusic.com

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We are not affiliated with, nor endorsed by, Ensoniq Corporation, Propellerhead Software (Reason), Native Instruments (Kontakt), Cakewalk, Acoustica (Mixcraft) or Cockos Incorporated (Reaper). No affiliations or endorsements should be assumed to exist unless specifically stated.

Our recommendations are based on our knowledge of music production and our direct practical experiences as customers.

Disclosure: (Neil Paddock)
I used to be an affiliate of Acoustica. I do have authorisation from Cockos to distribute the demo version of Reaper free of charge to interested users.

Neil Paddock

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