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Touch The Universes releases "Celestial Spheres" Sound Library for DirectWave

Touch The Universes has announced the release of Celestial Spheres, a new sound library for Image Line's DirectWave. This sound library was originally created inside HALion 6 and has been ported into Image Line's Directwave.

The theme of Celestial Spheres is lush, evolving, deep movement that is beautiful in its simplicity and complexity. Celestial Spheres is full of evolving sounds, whether they are keyscapes, fusing beautiful or exotic alien keys layered with back drops of moving musical textures, or full blown lush ambient soundscapes suitable for epic soundtracks or simply to infuse evocative ambient scenes or color into modern productions.

Celestial Spheres covers a diverse assortment of patch categories -- from ambient soundcscapes to modern leads, plucks, and basses. Whether your crafting epic soundtracks or other ambient scenery and your productions need Soundscapes, Lush Evolving Sounds, Atmospheric Pads and Keys, or your producing the latest contemporary electronic music in need of of seriously deep and solid snappy basses, or highly unique contemporary leads or plucks, Celestial Spheres has you covered. It was designed to be inclusive and cater to just about any contemporary productions, with many dozens of highly unique, quality presets for each category.

The Celestial Spheres Sound Library contains 438 programs/presets using multi-samples (including original Nord 2 Lead samples). The presets can be divided into two categories and can be purchased separately:

  • The Atmospheres Library (Pads, Soundscapes, Keys, Musical FX, Synth Choirs).
  • The Electronica Library (Leads, Plucks, Basses, Keys, Formant Choirs).


The Intro period will last until July 4th, 2017. The full Library will be $25 during the intro period which includes the Atmospheres and Electronica Libraries (18$ each).

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