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Lost Horizon

Version: Kontakt 5.1 / WAV / 0.2 GB / V1

Audio diary of a journey that never happened

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You have these memories inside of you within living memory... The journey you have set off for a long time ago still has not come to an end. You remember endless acres of fields, sleepy meadows, callow woods and your own footsteps in horizonless greenness. The presence of "something", what has guided you here, something, promising to uncover the Mystery. This all awaited there... beyond misty horizon disappearing in the distance. Is this all real ?

Or is it just a dream ? Now it feels like you have been there, as if it really happened.

But when ? You can recollect the smells, you can hear the sounds of insects in the wet grass, you remember nights under cold stars and... the feeling of being close to the resolution. You can recollect that atmosphere, you can almost hear gentle, spilled, sustaining tones, resonating in glittering blaze over the lost horizon...

Inspired by the vibe of the novels "Lost Horizon" by James Hilton and "Forest" and "Roadside Picnic" by borthers Strugatsky, I have sampled my trusty old Yamaha RGX 721 DG electric guitar to create gentle clean samples proper for looping and dreaming.

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If you're unsure whether this is right for you, here's a short example of what's included in Lost Horizon

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Features

  • 16 bit / 44,1 kHz - 214 MB (44 single wav files)
  • 49 nki files (11 basic, 28 single, 10 multi patches)
  • slightly chorused electric guitar samples executed in order to end like sci-fi, dreamy, somnambulant soundscapes
  • attack/release, filter, reverb, flanger, delay and other FX GUI controls
  • cool flickering blaze beyond the aperture
  • Kontakt 5.1.0.6066 and above full version required

Demo - Prism Break

Here's a short track made by Edifice Architect with Atom Hub's Lost Horizon and The Planet. All sounds are from these two libraries.

"These libraries snapped me out of a funk I've been in for quite some time and gave me some much needed inspiration to clear a creative block that has been bugging me. Thanks Atom Hub, your stuff is seriously awesome."