Team DECiBEL | 27 January 2021 | 2.0 MB
Luftrum 19 is a collection of patches for Repro-5 and a sonic collab between Stephan Baer and Luftrum, containing 128 delicate patches from the sound-lab (144 patches in total, with variations).
The soundset is on one side inspired by ambient cinematic filmscores such as Interstellar, Gravity, Blade Runner and 400 Days by modern composer Wojciech Golczewski and on the other side taking its inspiration from retro analog and digital synth gear and the albums that arouse and came to life from those synths in the early to mid 80’s with albums by Vince Clarke, Tangerine Dream, Enya and Vangelis.
The result is a crossbreed of cinematic, underscoring atmospheres to classic synth emulations, shimmery pads, distinctive basses, potent analog leads and corroded yet fragile synth keys, widely useful in many genres whether you produce cinematic music, ambient, synthwave or EDM.
All patches are tagged, assigned performance controls and leaving a few dB headroom at max velocity and polyphony and includes a separate set of NKS ready patches that connect seamlessly to NI’s Komplete Kontrol and Machine hardware but without audio previews. Also included is a User Manual PDF describing where to place the patches.
Repro-5 by U-He is a meticulously modelled software recreation of the vintage analog Prophet-5, using component level modelling technology to create the most authentic model possible. The Repro synth contains two different synths in one installer: Repro-1 which is an emulation of the Pro-One analog synth from 1981 (Vince Clarke’s faithful companion) and then Repro-5 above.
Listen to the audio demos and watch the YouTube walkthrough below!