Patchpool releases Cosmic for Padshop Pro

Patchpool Cosmic for Padshop Pro

Patchpool has announced the release of Cosmic, a soundset for the Padshop Pro synthesizer instrument by Steinberg.

Cosmic for Padshop Pro focusses on rich cinematic pads, drones, soundscape, bells, synths and cosmic sound effects mainly derived from electronic sources like Hardware and Software synths and more experimental audio applications like Metasynth and Cosmosƒ, a fascinating program which I discovered recently. These sounds are very usable for genres like Ambient – New Age – Soundtrack and Electronica.

Cosmic contains 82 patches making use of 123 original samples produced in 48 Khz / 24 Bit, with a total sze of 1.59 Gigabyte. All patches have the Modwheel assigned, many use Aftertouch and Velocity to control numerous parameters for deep interaction with the sounds.

Cosmic for Padshop Pro features

  • 82 patches in 6 categories:
    • Cosmic Bells (8)
    • Cosmic Noises (12)
    • Cosmic Pads (17)
    • Cosmic Scapes (27)
    • Cosmic Sequences (9)
    • Cosmic Synths (9)
  • Sampled Hardware synths: Clavia Nordlead, Roland D 50, Korg Z1.

The soundset costs 28 EUR.

More information: Patchpool / Cosmic

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“Cosmic’ evokes everything from Tomita’s classic, creamy smooth synthesized Debussy re-compositions to Barry Truax’s paradigm shifting Riverrun’ granular synthesis pioneering…this set really exploits Padshop’s abilities and strengths.

My initial purchase of ‘Padshop Pro’ stemmed heavily upon hearing Patchpool’s plans to create sound design for it (‘Granular Worlds’), and this new offering definitely stands on it’s own from Granular Worlds excellent explorations and provides a unique sequel…building and expanding on the possibilities of this otherwise low profile granular synth.

In one word…’Musical’ ;-) In two, ‘get it’! :D