How to make creative convolution reverbs using Fog Convolver
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You have to manually copy the files with ChromaKey prefix to:
OSX: /Library/Application Support/Applied Acoustic Systems/Chromaphone/Banks
Windows: %AppData%\Applied Acoustics Systems\Chromaphone\
If the folder doesn’t exist you can create it manually.
Copy/move the folder located inside the Patches folder into the Iris Library Patches folder
Copy/move the folder located inside the Samples folder into the Iris Library Samples folder
Iris Library Location by default:
OSX: Macintosh HD/Library/Application Support/iZotope/Iris/Iris Library
Windows 7: C:\Users\username\Documents\iZotope\Iris\Iris Library
You can load single patches manually through “File → Open Sound” or you can add Spheres to the database following these steps:
File → Options → Browser
Click “Add” and choose the right Sphere format folder
Click “Rebuild DB”
Kontakt Player will run a demo version of AudioThing libraries for a limited time (and with limited editing functions). We recommend a full retail version of Kontakt 3, 4, or 5 (depending on the library).
As 99% of third party developers, our libraries will not show in the Libraries Tab. The Libraries Tab is designed to work exclusively for “Powered by Kontakt” player libraries. Since our libraries are open-format you have to open them with the Files Tab. This is done to keep our price low.
Once you have downloaded the .zip archive file of the instrument you bought, you need to unzip it using a software like WinRar (for PC) or The Unarchiver (for OSX). Just place the folder wherever you want and load the instrument(s) through the Files Tab in Kontakt.
It is better to preserve the internal folder structure, however, it is possible to place instruments and samples to separate folders/harddisks but Kontakt will ask for the new path first time you run the instrument.