There is only one file type that uses the .KC extension:
A KC file is a KeyKit Collection used by Tim Thompson's KeyKit. It contains a set of named musical sequences you can play in KeyKit. KC files are most often used to group similar percussion sequences into collections that can be opened and played using KeyKit's Blocks tool.
To open a KC file in KeyKit:
- If you haven't already, download and install KeyKit using the source code available on GitHub (linked below).
- Open KeyKit and click within the blank section of the program's GUI. From the menu that appears, select .
- Click anywhere within the GUI's blank section to open the Blocks tool.
- Within the Blocks tool, select . Then, navigate to the location of your KC file, select it, and select .
The musical sequences contained within your KC file should now be available to play within KeyKit. To confirm this, select one of thebuttons that appears within the Blocks tool. A list of the sequences contained within your KC file should appear beneath the button.
Updated: July 12, 2020