Flintpope has launched Palette for Reaktor, an eight-layer sample-player that lets you paint music with Native Instruments Reaktor 6.

More than a rompler, the instrument allows you to use your own samples as well.

Eight banks of 47 samples each, triggered by un-mute buttons initially inspired a painter’s palette. By layering these together you can create 2209 combinations.

There are 30 PRESETS in 3 banks of 10 to give you a flavour of what is capable with this instrument. Use the drop down menu to access them or double click “Embedded” in the presets side-pane.

Then jump in and layer different groups of sounds and tweak the various CONTROLS and FX to create new samples for yourself.

Record sessions with Reaktor’s onboard recorder, your DAW, with Quicktime/Soundflower, or simply play live as part of your stage set-up.

Palette for Reaktor is available for $10 USD.

More information: Flintpope