It’s springtime and with the flowers come the Bees. I found a huge hive on a hike near my house. I went back with a Shure Stereo Condenser mic connected to my phone and recorded them, carefully so I did NOT piss them off. I loaded in to my DAW and used Soundtoys Crystallizer on it to create some granular octaves (below and above) while still keeping their “Bee vibe”. I also created a pad from ebow on my 1960 Gibson Melody Maker with some Trem from my Fender Princeton. I blended the two and Honey Pad was born. Kind of eclectic I know, but 6 weeks of quarantining will do that!
Reviews for Honey Pad
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Can you imagine the sound from the title?
No. This nostalgic and calm pad sound makes me think of Winter season as well. I really appreciate all the concepts and creativity of these libraries!
Wait for it... wait for it...
...it builds and builds, evolving beautifully. I don't quite know how to describe the sound - delicate, rich, gentle, longing, organic? All of those. I guess beautiful will do. If Joshua could do a Dolby Atmos version of this we could use it as alternative to flotation tank therapy.
Sound Like An Orchestra Pad
This sounds like an orchestra. But It'a pad. The feelings this sound evokes are peaceful. Zen vibes. Enjoy!
This is a really awesome pad I've used in a track before. It keeps evolving and stays interesting the whole time. It almost has a choral effect with a kind of shimmer at the top. It's really fun to hold down chords with. My only complaint it that it seems to favor the left side so i had to balance it out a bit with a panning plugin. It takes a while to build up tp full volume so that might be annoying in certain circumstances but might be just what you want in others
The higher pitched notes above what is played really help create the wistful and delicate sound of this library. A GUI would be nice, even with just some simple controls, but it performs well enough with out it. Solid samples and scripting, great work!