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.

-Tres

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.

Regards,
Jason

Nick Humphrey <nick.c.humphrey@gmail.com> wrote:
anyone know how to use nki instruments in lmms? particularly Embertone Intimate Strings LITE:
http://embertone.com/freebies/intstrings-lite.php

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