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New DRONAR Guitarscapes Module

Time+Space

Active Member

Following on from the huge success of DRONAR: Hybrid Module earlier this year, we are pleased to announce the arrival of the second module - DRONAR: Guitarscapes from Gothic Instruments.

From shimmering ethereal pads to dark and chaotic tension-packed atmospheres, Guitarscapes is perfect for cinematic soundtrack projects, yet its ability to produce natural strumming accompaniments also make it a versatile tool for a variety of genres including Rock, Pop, Indie, Hip Hop and Ambient music.

In true DRONAR style, it takes very little effort to produce these huge complex sounds.

DRONAR automatically spreads out the chord in the mid-range, adds a root bass note, a high note and then adds evolving sound effects. Eight simultaneous different sounds are then animated with LFOs, a rhythm sequencer and arpeggiators to bring them to life.

KEY FEATURES
  • Sounds derived from recordings of mandolin, electric, acoustic and steel guitars
  • Create huge shimmery pads, complex atmospheres and otherworldly soundscapes
  • Simple controls deliver massive control
  • Great for soundtrack projects as well as Indie, Rock, Pop and Ambient music
  • Hundreds of inspiring presets
  • Create your own rhythm patterns in amongst the pad magic with new Rhythm Editor.
  • Dive deeper with DRONAR´s unique independent arpeggiators
  • Onboard FX provide further sound design options
There's an introductory 20% off until 20th September and existing DRONAR customers can save another 20% on top of that thanks to the DRONAR loyalty discount! If you own the Hybrid Module and didn't receive the eshot today with your code, please email [email protected] (eshot was sent to existing DRONAR customers who are subscribed to our newsletter).

For details visit: http://www.timespace.com/product/DRONARGS-110/3/10000128/dronar_guitar_soundscapes_by_gothic_instruments.html
 

reutunes

Senior Member
It's really a great product. I reviewed it in this week's episode of The Samplecast (review at the 9:10 mark). The library really threw up some interesting sounds and was a lot more versatile than I was expecting - even including some strumming patches and muted articulations. I'm really interested to see where this product line goes next as each release has gone from strength to strength.

 

Wes Antczak

Senior Member
This is called the DRONAR Guitar Soundscapes Module and the word "module" has me a little confused. Is this a stand-alone product or is the original Dronar required in order to run it? If one does have the original Dronar (and future "modules") do they all combine into an ever-growing system? In other words, do the sounds from the Guitarscapes module show up in Dronar as additional sound sources?
 
It's a standalone, installs into its own folder, doesn't show up in the original Dronar. Kind of like the different Gravity packs that Heavyocity sells.
 
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