Version: Kontakt 5.5 / WAV / V1
Download Method: Kontakt Hub
Atmosphere is a cinematic sound design sample library produced by Evgeny Emelyanov and Maxim Mashnin.
Atmosphere is an Extensive toolkit for film/game composers and musicians who need deep atmospheres for their projects.
- All samples in .WAV format, 48kHz / 24bit
- Requires the full version of Kontakt 5.5.0 or higher (not compatible with free Kontakt player)
- 116 sounds/ 1.4 GB
This library contains carefully recorded, ready to work instruments and designed pads, soundscapes, drones, synths, rhythmic elements, textures. Inspired by shoegaze, post-rock, ambient artists like Hammock, Jon Hopkins, Sigur Ros, Slow Meadow.
Powered by the Photosynthesis Engine, which offers complete control over the sounds.
What a pleasant surprise! I figured if I came away with that tremolo electric guitar patch in the video and a few interesting drones I'd be happy. This went way beyond my expectations. There is some serious bang-for-your-buck value going on here!
Everything in this library is created with care, there wasn't a filler patch to be heard out of the 116 available. The sounds are well balanced and ready for a mix. Well done!
Wavelet Audio means Inspiration
This company produces excellent kontakt instruments that are diverse in sound and highly useful. Their prices are reasonable, especially considering the wide variety of included sounds and samples. Their NKIs are inspirational and can be used to jump start a project. I highly recommend this affordable Kontakt library!
Worthy of its name and price
I've been eyeing this library for a while now but resisted getting it thus far as it seems almost "identical" to one of my favorite purchases at Kontakt Hub: "Sphere" from the Exotic States. Indeed, this library seems to use very similar original sound sources, the same engine, sounds are in the "same" vein, even the name rings a bell. Nevertheless, while watching the walkthrough, it's evident that this is a cleverly put together product with a lot of useful and inspiring sounds that can be easily manipulated thanks to the flexibility and power of the Photosynthesis Engine. This library can even be seen as the "sequel" to the brilliant "Sphere" even though they came from two different developers. This title is certainly worth its asking price and if you can get it on discount as I just did, it is really a no-brainer purchase.