Cinematique Instruments Release FREE Klang Series For NI Kontakt


Cinematique Instruments have announced the release of Klang, a series of freely downloadable sound banks for Native Instruments Kontakt.

Klang was announced in celebration of Cinematique Instruments’ ten year anniversary. The company will release a new Klang sound pack every month. At the moment, there are six instrument patches available for free download as part of the Klang series.

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The first batch of Klang sound packs covers various sampled sound sources, ranging from old drum machine sounds (Krautrock Machine) to heavily processed electric guitars (Unstable Guitar). The patches share a similar-looking interface but each library has slightly different control parameters. For example, Krautrock Machine allows the user to select different drum samples and alter the sequence, whereas the Echolette Choir offers tone balance controls and a built-in distortion effect. All six sound packs are easy to use and feature inspiring sounds which most musicians probably don’t already have in their sample arsenal.

The best thing about Klang is that the packs can be download directly from the Cinematique Instruments website, without the need to register nor activate a user account. You will need the full version of Native Instruments Kontakt to use the sound packs without the demo limitations of Kontakt Player though. Users often get confused that the sound bank they downloaded isn’t free, but they’re actually using the demo version of Kontakt to load the downloaded sounds.

If you want to stay updated about future additions to the Klang series, consider subscribing to the Cinmatique Instruments newsletter. You can do this when you visit the product page linked below.

Klang is available for free download via Cinematique Instruments (multiple downloads, ZIP archive containing instrument patches in NKI format for NI Kontakt).

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  1. I’m still waiting for a day when NI will launch Kontakt Lite or something where we can freely use any other cheap and free libraries without buying useless stuff for 400$…

    • I mean why the still don’t offer just a sampler for 30-50$? I’m sure lots of people (including myself) would be happy to get it.

  2. Richard Embery


    Can someone enlighten me please? How do you get these plug ins into the Pro Tools plug in list? They open up and play as stand alone no problems. They sound great and I would love to be able to use them. Thanks

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