I'm not positive about this, but I believe even the "free" ones aren't free, since you still need to install the Kontakt software to get them to play.

Kontakt lists as supporting VST, so from what I can understand you'd be using a VST to load an NKI.

Also note that this may never work on Linux, since the Kontakt software would first need to be fully compatible with Wine.


On Fri, May 31, 2013 at 5:32 AM, Jason Wuertz <jason@wuertz.net> wrote:
I've been wondering how well native instruments ties into lmms. I'm gonna look into that soon, I'll let you know what I find out.


Nick Humphrey <nick.c.humphrey@gmail.com> wrote:
anyone know how to use nki instruments in lmms? particularly Embertone Intimate Strings LITE:

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