Hi all. I've watched a lot of Christian Henson's vlogs and he frequently mentions how necessary it is for composers young and old to be sampling and creating your own libraries. While I admire a lot of the composers and sound designers that do this, I'm not really interested in taking the time to sample instruments into Kontakt. I'd rather spend that time composing/producing and building those skills. I know there's a danger of sounding like everyone else and I do try and play live drums on most of my pieces, but sampling a piano or violin just doesn't appeal to me when I can use a commercial library created by someone that knows way more than me. I'm also wondering why make libraries at all if you can just record the instruments into whatever you're working on. It makes sense for larger string and brass libraries, but why would I sample my friend who plays the cello when he can just record the parts I need. Am I missing the mark here? I suppose I could learn how to make kontakt libraries-and I would if it's absolutely necessary, but I'm not sure.