As most people interested in Kontakt as a microtonal device know, there is a scripting language (KSP) that will occasionally work, based on the instrument library you are working with. What I am curious is: How does it work? The scripting language looks like this: %tune := -14910 %keynum := 4 %tune := 33859 %keynum := 5 %tune := 4532 %keynum := 6 %tune := 16263 Essentially, each key on the keyboard is given a tuning value. These numbers do not seem to be pitchbend messages, nor do they seem to work like pitchbend messages. What are they? If I send microtonal pitch bends to Kontakt, it can sound quite bad, because it is focusing on a single channel and you hear the notes glide with the pitch bends. This "tune" protocol seems to work more naturally....and ideally, I would like to send those messages from outside of Kontakt, since some of the instrument libraries have full script libraries already and I can't seem to add to them. Thanks.