Flintpope has announced that some of its previously paid for Reaktor instruments are now available as a free download from the NI Reaktor User Library.

Is it Black Friday? No idea but you may have jumped on Native Instruments’ half price Reaktor 6 and Kontakt 6 offers so you can now use my GOOD stuff.

Previously sold at £10 GBP each, you can now download Drumlines Plus, Soundscaper, Palette and Fred at no charge.

Also available is 25 for Kontakt 6, a virtual instrument that is described as “a kind of enhanced piano”.

This instrument comprises 25 individually sampled grand piano strings (with long atmospheric tail-off), spanning C2-C4, (the typical range of a 25 key home studio keyboard), with 4 velocity sensitivites.

The effects feature two instances of Replika Delay, one featuring a Modern preset set to a slow repeat and fade, the other a Diffuson preset for instant foggy tail-off. Then there is a Plate Reverb for a roomy vibe and a quirky Convolution Reverb loaded with the “Electrode Clasp” wav for some weirdness and rhythmic edgeiness. All these can be further tweaked under the hood.

Seven snapshots can be accessed via the dropdown menu next to the “Pure Release” snapshot.

The library is a free download from the Flintpope website.

If you don’t own Kontakt or Reaktor yet, you can pick these up at half price as part of Native Instruments Cyber Season sale.