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Immerse Yourself in the Ethereal Textures of Sinewaves Vol. 3

Embark on a sonic journey with Sinewaves Vol. 3, a Kontakt library that delves into the world of ethereal textures and pad-oriented soundscapes. This unique collection of 15 instruments expands upon the legacy of its predecessors, Sinewaves Vol. 1 and Sinewaves Vol. 2, further exploring the creative potential of sine waves as fundamental building blocks of sound.

A Tapestry of Ethereal Textures

The sine waves that serve as the foundation for Sinewaves Vol. 3 were meticulously recorded in various rooms throughout Julian’s home, utilizing an AKG C1000 microphone. These sine waves were then transformed into captivating textures and pad-like sounds through a combination of guitar pedals, a Yamaha SPX 90, and the versatile effects section of Kontakt.

15 Instruments for Ethereal Sound Design

Sinewaves Vol. 3 offers a diverse array of 15 instruments, each crafted to evoke a sense of spaciousness, atmosphere, and evolving sonic textures:

Bowed Synth: Create evocative sounds reminiscent of bowed instruments.

Calm Low Sine: Immerse yourself in the tranquility of calming, low-frequency sine waves.

Corridor Flutes: Experience the ethereal resonances of flutes echoing through a corridor.

Devolution: Explore evolving textures with a sense of sonic disintegration.

Disturbed: Unleash the raw energy of distorted sine waves.

Evolving Distortion: Experience the dynamic evolution of distorted sine waves.

Long Dark Synth: Capture the depth and richness of a long, dark synth pad.

Organ Spacey: Elevate your sounds with the spaciousness of a spacey organ pad.

Padulant: Indulge in the lush, evolving textures of a padulant sound.

Quarter Flute: Add a touch of exoticism with the unique timbre of a quarter flute.

Phrygian: Explore the distinctive tonal characteristics of the Phrygian mode.

Synth Choir: Create the grandeur of a synth choir with layered sine waves.

Ten Files: Experience the intricate interplay of ten distinct sine waves.

Warm Sine: Embrace the comforting warmth of a sustained sine wave pad.

Creative Control and Sonic Flexibility

Each instrument in Sinewaves Vol. 3 features a dedicated control for manipulating the low-pass filter frequency, allowing you to shape the tonal spectrum and adapt the sound to your specific creative needs. Additionally, the versatile effects section of Kontakt provides further possibilities for sonic exploration and customization.

Seamless Integration with Kontakt 6.6.0

Reviews for Sinewaves Vol.3

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  • If this is the final chapter please write a new book!

    I've always been a fan of sine sounds as they tend to work in a variety of contexts.

    While the sounds are relatively simple the programming really brings them alive and adds a lot of character.

    The main downside is the the lack of any controls on the GUI. Adding some basic FX controls and ASDR etc. would make them even more usable.

    invisiblelandscape23 February 2022
  • A great addition to the Sinewave series!

    Another 15 impressive synth pads based on sinewaves! These all are great to explore, which can be very inspiring by itself. You might not see anything in the GUI except for a nice wallpaper, but the modwheel is basically a Low Pass Filter, which is always nice to have.

    Evolving Distortions has got to be my favourite!

    Alex Raptakis14 March 2022
  • A lot with a little

    My favorite patches are "Disturbed", "Evolving Distortions", and "Warm Sine". This is a great selection of pads. I would love to see a collection of sine wave plucks for Vol.4.

    Owen BoligSamplist 22 February 2022
  • Great collection of synth sounds

    This pack, along with vol1 and vol2, make a great collection of synth sounds, all stemming from a sine wave, from rumbling basses to bleeps and bloops and everything inbetween.

    The mod-wheel control is a sensible addition, varying the dominating sound for each of the patches.

    QorbeQSamplist 24 May 2022