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ROMpler Plugin by Laptop Musician Blog

Padspheres has an average user rating of 4.75 from 4 reviews

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User Reviews by KVR Members for Padspheres

Reviewed By Eduardo Lima [read all by] on 25th April 2020
Version reviewed: na on Windows
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Absolutelly great. Beaultifull sounds almost religious.

very mystical that I couldn't find even in reputed famous.

paid softwares. And I tested them. I highly recommend to.


Padspheres 64 Windows.

Reviewed By Darren Eddy [read all by] on 27th July 2019
Version reviewed: 1 on Windows
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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A beautiful collection of pad sounds, I'm very impressed. Easy to install, simple to use. Perfect for Electronica/Ambient/Drone Music.

Reviewed By Northwood Mediaworks [read all by] on 12th July 2019
Version reviewed: 1 on Mac
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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I highly recommend this. Great sounding plug and useful for Ambient/Chill productions - Lots of useful presets and aesthetically pleasing. A big thanks to the Dev(s) for this freebie.

Reviewed By Starship Krupa [read all by] on 25th June 2019
Version reviewed: 1.0 on Windows
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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Nice little ROMpler collection of 25 long slow ambient pads.

Has the standard ADSR and that's it.

If you want to do some ambient soundscapes, and get there quick, Padspheres is worth a look.

If you want to build your own unique sounds, go elsewhere.

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Comments & Discussion for Laptop Musician Blog Padspheres

Discussion: Active
13 July 2019 at 9:40am

I tend to disagree that it sounds good. I think it sounds shit. It is free so giving it a go and have your own opinion is a breeze, however there are a huge number of synths out there free, and with a lot of PAD presets, and for just a few bucks you will get a far more versatile synth for PADs. For free I would rather recommend the Full Bucket series or the free versions of Dune/Zampler. For a few bucks, test out Fathom (the mono version is free).

14 July 2019 at 9:57am

Oh, I forgot to mention the free synths from Uhe and Synth1. The real "monster" of PADs i believe to be Omnisphere, but that is off topic free.

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