Luftrum has released a new soundset by Sonic Underworld for the Repro-5 software synthesizer from u-he, a component-level modeled instrument based on famous 5-voice polyphonic hardware synth.
Curated by Luftrum, Convergence contains 140 presets that offer a discrete blend of cinematic futurism and retro nostalgia with a carefully crafted palette of sounds that is molded and burnished to form a unified whole – all firmly rooted in the warmth of virtual analog and tinged with a sprinkling of digital.
Convergence is a sonic alchemy of disparate yet inseparable elements of light and dark. This synergy of sound provides a contemporary cinematic atmosphere as shadows cast by impossibly large structures loom large – and wide bands of light trace themselves across a forgotten technological landscape. Dystopic or Utopic – the choice is ultimately yours depending on the mood that strikes you.
Convergence contains dark ambient pads, asymmetric atmospheres, stark soundscapes and cinematic FX. You will also find analog leads, delicately dark keys and a plethora of electrostatic synths that bristle with life. Punchy muscular bass and numerous pulsing synth sequences provide useful jumping-off points for your next track. Influences are composers such as Tom Raybould (The Machine), Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein (Stranger Things), Sinoia Caves (Beyond the Black Rainbow) and artists such as Richard Barbieri, Boards of Canada, Air and Solar Fields.
The soundset is available for purchase for $39 USD. You can get a discount of up to 30% when purchasing multiple products.
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