. @Soundiron follows up Sonespheres with Sonepheres 2 Origins – Deep Atmospheric Synths


Just received word that Sounidron has released follows up to their critically acclaimed Sonespheres with Sonepheres 2 Origins a Knotakt instrument of deep atmospheric samples.

Sonepheres 2 Origins is on sale for only $39 (regularly $59) During the intro deal, you can also grab Sonepheres 2 Distance for only $39 as well (also regularly $59). Deal ends January 1st, 2018.

I have included the screenshot and demos from the developer below and you can watch the preset playthrough videos here or visit the official Sonespheres page for more details.

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. It comes equipped with a full array of essential user controls to give you a huge array of creative possibilities.

This 1.7 GB library includes 307 samples and 26 nki presets with a custom user interface for the full version of Kontakt 5.5.2 and later (OSX 10.8 or later / Windows 7 or later required). All of the samples are unlocked 24bit/48kHz wavs that you can use in any standard wav-compatible program or plugin you like.

  • 1.7 GB Installed
  • 307 Samples
  • 26 Kontakt 5.5.2 .nki preset banks
  • 24 bit / 48 kHz uncompressed PCM wav audio
  • Custom Sound-Designed FX and Ambient presets
  • Bass, Drops, Hits, Keys, Pads, Rhythm and Risers main preset categories
  • Multi-FX Rack and reverb with 119 room, hall and FX impulses.
  • Note: The full version of Kontakt 5.5.2 or later is required for all nki presets. Kontakt Player and older Kontakt versions are not supported. Mac users: OSX 10.9 or later required. PC users: Windows 7 or later required.

Visit the official Sonespheres page for more details.