Luftrum 13 is released!

Finally! Luftrum 13 is released. Brand new soundbank for Zebra 2 containing 128 fresh and original patches. Go to the Luftrum 13 page for audio demo’s and more information.

Listen to the Vangelis inspired Fluent Thru Merit below, audio demo by Doc Jon using only patches contained in the soundbank together with light external percussion. See product page for more demo’s:

By |March 1st, 2016|Comments Off on Luftrum 13 is released!

Luftrum 13 release ultimo February

Since November I have been working on Luftrum 13 a new soundbank for Zebra containing 128 fresh and original presets from cinematic pads over dynamic arpeggios, bass sequences, modern synth leads and atmospheric soundscapes – a perfect fit for all genres but in particular aimed at game and film soundtracks and any electronic music in need of unique and original sounds. Luftrum 13 is carefully designed with attention to playability, peak levels, XY pads, velocity and aftertouch.

14 of the 128 patches were created for Christian Wibe for his scoring of the sci-fi thriller What Happened to Monday. These patches will be added to the soundset as a free update after the movie is released (Q4 2016).

Luftrum 13 is expected to be released ultimo February.

Luftrum 13 Progress 100%
By |February 5th, 2016|Comments Off on Luftrum 13 release ultimo February

50% Christmas Discount!

The spirit of Christmas is the spirit of love, generosity and of goodness. My gift to you is a 50% discount the rest of December, just enter hohoho in the discount field at checkout.

It has been a good year, I build my first Eurorack modular venturing into the Clouds Hardware Granular Synth I also worked for Apple on Alchemy presets in Logic Pro and released Luftrum Ambient 2 for Omnisphere 2.

I am currently collaborating with Norwegian composer Christian Wibe creating sounds for a 2016 sci-fi movie What Happened to Monday starring Noomi Rapace, Glenn Close and Willem Dafoe.

I wish you and your family a Merry Christmas.

By |December 6th, 2015|Comments Off on 50% Christmas Discount!

Call to Arms: Charity 2015

No one can save all, but all can save someone. I started the annual fundraising in the audio industry for Save the Children. Since 2011, companies like Moog, Steinberg, Native Instruments, Dave Smith, Spectrasonics and over hundred other big brands and indie-dev’s have donated software and hardware which is then set on auction in a forum thread on KVR Audio. It’s an effective way of raising money for a good cause and that way we have raised over $64.000 in total for the children. Here’s a diploma collage for the past four years: Charity Diploma’s 2011-2014.

This year, once again, the funds we raise will be earmarked for children fleeing the Syrian war, living in refugee camps in nearby countries such as Jordan and Lebanon. They desperately need help, warm clothes and blankets and winter is close. My own contribution is $1200 and 5 x Luftrum All Bundles to bid on. You can bid on your favorite products in the charity thread here:

Donate using the button below. Companies contact me by email to contribute with software of hardware.

By |October 4th, 2015|Comments Off on Call to Arms: Charity 2015

Luftrum Ambient 2 released!

Luftrum Ambient 2 is a handcrafted collection of 128 quality patches for Omnisphere 2 inspired by classic sci-fi movies as Blade Runner, Interstellar and Gravity and designed to compliment film scoring and electronic ambient productions.

Ethereal warm pads, carefully designed synth emulations, suspenseful arpeggios, beautiful strings, underscoring soundscapes, unique cinematic synth leads and dark intriguing bass sequences – inspired by the creativity in sounds from Vangelis, Hans Zimmer, Steven Price, Royksopp, Pink Floyd and Tangerine Dream.

Get the sounds here.

By |August 26th, 2015|Comments Off on Luftrum Ambient 2 released!