In this installation guide we will be demonstrating how to download, install and how to use Gothic Instruments Master Edition
This guide is easy to follow for both Mac and PC users
Downloading and installing
Once you have purchased a Gothic Instruments product from the Time+Space website, you will shortly receive a confirmation email, with a link to the Connect Download Manager and a utility authorisation code.
Once you have downloaded and opened the Connect Download Manager, you will be required to paste in the authorisation code to start the download of your purchase (paste in the black box, or simply press the paste button).
When the code is entered and you have pressed download, you will be prompted to choose the Installation location. Choose a location that you can locate easily, like the Downloads folder, for example (unless you have been instructed otherwise).
Once the download and installation has completed, you will be prompted to choose to either keep the original RAR files or remove them - leaving only the extracted content. To save you space on your hard drive, we usually recommend removing the RAR files, however you may wish to keep them for backup at a later date. Note - If you do delete them, you can always download the files using your code again, by emailing us on email@example.com.
Registering the product via Native Access
Note: If you have questions about the installation process contact the Library's manufacturer's support.
- Mac: Macintosh HD > Applications > Native Instruments > Kontakt 5
- Windows: C: > Program Files > Native Instruments > Kontakt 5
Step 6: Within Native Access select the library folder you wish to add to the Libraries Tab. Confirm your selection by clicking 'Open'.
Step 7: The Library box will now appear in the Libraries Tab. Note that there will be an 'Activate' button which indicates that the product has not yet been activated on this computer.
Step 8: Click 'Activate' to open the 'PRODUCT ACTIVATION' window and enter your product's serial number. Click 'Activate' to confirm.