The idea that certain places from past events have a certain meaning in the present is familiar to all of us. Renowned recording engineer Chris Watson has spent years collecting audio from such locations for one of his personal projects. Ancient temples, ice lagoons, military bases, abandoned silver mines, power plants, cathedrals, canyons, underwater tunnels, deserted art galleries and Maori burial caves are all in this unique collection of records. Main Panel: (XY CONTROL CUBE \ 4 WAVEFORM ELEMENTS \ PITCH, ENVELOPE, FILTER, LFO CONTROLS). At the heart of Haunted Spaces is the Cube control, a 4-point vector controller that lets you create complex movements between 4 different waveforms of your choice. The cube can be fully animated and the tempo can be synchronized with your DAW. Each of the four waveforms can have independent filter, envelope, pitch and LFO settings. Preset library: Haunted Spaces has a huge library of over 400 presets created by a team of incredible sound engineers. The base sample library contains 128 original field recordings by Chris Watson, combined with hundreds of custom synth, acoustic and percussion waveforms mixed with atmosphere. A significant portion of the samples include special versions of Soniccouture's Novachord, Array Mbira, Bowed Piano, ebow Guitar and many more. There is a two-way randomizer with which you can mix presets and get a huge amount of new atmospheres. Recorded Locations : Chris Watson has compiled recordings for Haunted Spaces from around the world. Many places are rendered as seen from this collection of photographs. Vector XY Controller: Haunted Spaces is based on a four-point vector controller "XY". This allows you to navigate between 4 different waveforms, each with its own synthesis setup. The Cube can be fully automated, all movements are recorded and synchronized to the tempo of the DAW.
Soniccouture - Haunted Spaces v1.2.0 (KONTAKT)
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