Soundethers Announces Free Fall NI Kontakt Sound Bank


Soundethers has released Free Fall, a freely downloadable ambient soundscape library for Native Instruments Kontakt and all WAV compatible sampler instruments.

Free Fall contains a set of fourteen NI Kontakt instruments and six multi patches. The instruments are based on the brilliant free Photosynthesis NKI script by Jeremiah Pena. Although the full version of Kontakt is required in order to run the provided patches without a fifteen minute time limit, the library also contains a set of 24-bit WAV files which can be used in pretty much any sampler out there.

See also: Project Pegasus By Sound Author (FREE Cinematic Sound Library)

The included sounds are pretty neat, definitely something that will be appreciated by a majority electronica producers and film score composers. If abstract soundscapes and deep evolving textures are your thing, chances are you should give this freebie a try.

The download process is rather unusual, but it’s not at all complicated. To get your free copy of the library, send an email to Soundethers (contact email available on the product page) and ask them for a download link. The reply will arrive to your inbox, but you’ll have to wait it out a bit because the requests are processed manually. It took around one hour for our download link to arrive. Yes, it’s kinda uncommon to do this sort of stuff manually in 2015, but it’s also neat to actually get in touch with the sound designer who created the sounds. Alternatively, you can download the library after signing up for a free account at Sampleism.

Video Demo

Check out the Free Fall demo video:


Free Fall is available for free download via Soundethers (148 MB download size, ZIP archive, contains 14 instruments in NKI format and 6 multi instruments in NKM format for NI Kontakt, 16 samples in 24-bit WAV format).

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