To new companies out there: This shows you what not to do in you first ever product that is Also Free. Don't put a first product as Free without having
1: a demo sound
2 : a way to contact you
3: Don't make a new facebook and VI control account the same day, cause it will look suspicious. Actually don't make an account at all, let the people find you themeselves...
1: Have a demo song for your Freebie so they can listen to it first. Then they can know that it isn't b#%[email protected]
2: Have contact details , so they can contact with their complaints and all for the FREEbie...
3: Make an account 5 years ago, and post it 5 years later.
Don't make the same mistake....
With the way suspicion arose with this free product, what other "developers" have gone to extensive lengths to corrupt your Kontakt software? Seems like a huge waste of time to me.
Btw, I immediately signed up for the newsletter as soon as I read the post. I'm pretty cautious when it comes to hacks, which is why I've never been a victim, and I didnt see any red flags with this. Always better to be safe than sorry though, so I can understand the cautious approach.
So... can we put the pitchforks down now?
Hah if you use this forum, I'm pretty sure you've already seen that around here: you are guilty if proven innocent, you will be castigated for doing something nice, any music you happen to like or even write is way inferior to whatever anyone else posts. And they are AWLAYS right.
Anywho, I downloaded it right away, it's great. It's actually better than some stuff I've paid for, so thanks from me
To be clear, the idea is Konakt would initiate a dormant app within the files, potentially hacking your computer, getting sensitive information, and auto sending it to it's creator. So, yes, it could be more than just hacking you kontakt. Even ransom-ware is possible this way. Glad the creator/OP chimed in.
The risers are nice. Could have more functions on the GUI and more variations, but it's a great sampler. Thanks Kranz.
I think the above post from the dev is not what it appears to be. I believe it to be a code, only decipherable by an EastWest secret decoder ring. When initiated, it could potentially set off a Kontakt self-destruct mechanism.