Soniccouture’s latest instrument combines recordings made in extraordinary spaces with an ultra-modern interface.
Normally, when I review a sample instrument, I am focusing on the quality and range of sounds and looking at how they can be accessed and manipulated with the interface. On this occasion, however, I thought I should also listen out for a hint of the supernatural, because many of the samples were collected from locations with spiritual associations. These include temples, mines, abandoned military buildings and factories, burial sites and geological formations with religious associations — the...
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