Native Instruments wishes you happy holidays with free YANGQIN instrument

Native Instruments YANGQINNative Instruments’ annual X-mas gift has become a tradition. This year, the company surprises us with YANGQIN, a traditional Chinese instrument. Celebrate the holidays with the far-eastern sounds of this free Kontakt library! And they’re throwing in a $25 voucher towards any library, instrument or effect from their extensive catalog.

Native Instruments YANGQIN

Every year, Native Instruments releases a surprise freebie for X-mas. Last year brought us the delightful reverb plug-in Raum, which I use quite frequently. For 2020, NI takes us to China with YANGQIN, a sampled, traditional Chinese instrument.

A Yangqin is a hammered dulcimer, whose steel strings are stuck with bamboo beaters. You’ll instantly recognize the sound from far-eastern-themed movie soundtracks. The Kontakt 6 library lets you adjust sound parameters like dynamics, body and decay. There’s also a MIDI-controllable tremolo feature, and a selection of pre-recorded phrases that sync to your host tempo.

For a limited time, you can download YANGQIN for free from Native Instrument’s website. You’ll need to create a NI account (if you don’t already have one) and download the free Kontakt 6 player (if you don’t have the full version of Kontakt 6).

But that’s not the only gift from Native Instruments. On the website, you’ll also find a holiday voucher that gets you $25 off any library, instrument or effect from the company’s extensive catalog. All you need to do is enter the code HOLIDAYGIFT2020 at checkout.

Price and compatibility

Native Instruments YANGQIN is available for free for a limited time from the company’s website. The library requires Kontakt Player 6.4.2 or higher (free) and the Native Access software for authorization. Kontakt Player 6 runs on macOS 10.12 or higher and Windows 7 or higher in stand-alone, VST, VST3, AU and AAX formats (32/64 bit). This offer expires on 31 January, 2021.

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