Luftrum has announced the release of a new sound library for the Omnisphere 2.6 virtual instrument by Spectrasonics.

The first soundset by Danish ambient producer and sound designer Lauge aka Henrik Laugesen, Ambient Soundscapes is a beatless, light and mindful voyage into ambient music.

Lauge’s debut set Ambient Soundscapes contains 72 signature presets and delivers a variety of ambient sounds from lush and layered pads to beatless textures and drones, mysterious soundscapes, glitchy experimental keys and bits of uncrowded anomalies. Moreover, the set is infused with a few acid lines and spacey arpeggios, perfect for ambient and drone subgenres, summing up a set that feels ascending and meditative at the same time.

The set shines in the low end of the keyrange and the presets invite you to set the BPM to 40 and reach deep down your keyboard, sustaining and holding single notes or simple chords to hear them unfold over time, while you close your eyes and drift away in time and space. The set is inspired by ambient electronic artists such as Hilyard, SVLBRD, Carbon Based Lifeforms, Dawn Chorus and the Infallible Sea, Endless Melancholy and Zakè.

Ambient Soundscapes is available for $25 USD. You can save up to 30% by adding multiple products to the cart.

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