Soundiron released Sonespheres 2 – Origins

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Sonespheres is a series of uniquely sound-designed atmospheric synths, textural pads, evolving soundscapes, nuanced drones and tonal ambiences, built for Native Instruments Kontakt. Each volume explores film and tv composer and long-time Soundiron collaborator Blake Ewing’s unique creative vision, delving into deeper aesthetics, stylized niches and specialty production concepts. This volume was crafted using lush symphonic woodwind recordings, with a full array of essential user controls to unlock virtually limitless creative potential.

Blake brings to his craft a brilliant ear for nuanced layering, rich detail, fluid textures and powerful emotional weight. Blake is an American composer with a concentrated interest in creating music for visual media. His compositions have been commissioned, licensed and well received by film directors, producers, videographers, sample developers, advertising firms, music supervisors and fans from around the world. He believes in music – and in its wonderful power to support and elevate storytelling.

Specs

  • Product Version 1.0
  • 1.7 GB installed
  • 307 Samples
  • 26 .nki instrument presets
  • 24 bit / 48kHz uncompressed PCM wav samples
  • Unlocked wav samples can be directly imported into almost any wav-compatible plugin or DAW

More info here: Soundiron | Sonespheres 2 – Origins

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