Luftrum has announced the release of Luftrum 14, a new soundbank for the Omnisphere 2 instrument by Spectrasonics.
Luftrum 14 is a follow up to Luftrum Ambient 2, containing 128 pristine and original patches from beautiful pads to suspenseful basslines, dreamy arpeggios, haunting soundscapes, underscoring elements and split-key instruments with 120 MB samples from the Luftrum Modular and Luftrum’s Prophet-6, including 43 FX Racks in a handpicked selection of delays and reverbs.
Whether you are looking for new lush pads or you produce ambient, film or game music or just need to enhance your productions with fresh synth elements – this soundbank is a must-have tool in your collection.
17 of the patches were created for Christian Wibe for his scoring of the sci-fi thriller What Happened to Monday? and those patches will be added to the soundbank as a free update on movie premiere (Q4 2016).
Luftrum 14 features
- 1-click installation. 200 MB download.
- 84 patches, 44 Multis and 43 FX Racks (111 sounds on initial release).
- Volume controlled to peak at -2 to -4dB.
- Detailed installation instruction included.
The soundbank is available from Luftrum for $49 USD.
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