Gothic Instruments have assembled their Dronar modules into a one-stop-shop for soundscape creation.
If your musical work involves scoring to picture, sound design or ambient music, then Gothic Instruments’ Dronar may already be familiar. Dronar itself is a Kontakt-based instrument that allows the user to blend up to eight extended sample-based loops to create soundscape/pad-like sounds. Over the last 18 months or so, GI have released a series of Dronar-based ‘modules’ — there are currently nine in the series — each built on a different core sample set for the creation of different sonic textures.
SOS have given positive reviews to a number of these within the Sample Libraries column. As well as sounding very good, being easy to use, and having depth for those that do want to dig in, each individual module was also very competitively priced. Compared to some of the other (also excellent) soundscape virtual instruments currently available, this made the Dronar modules very accessible even to budding score composers. GI also offered their customer base some excellent discounts on further Dronar titles once they had purchased their first.
GI have now launched the Dronar Master...
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