Ambient Factory Vol.2 BY Bellatrix Audio & LFO Store – KONTAKT


Ambient Factory

Ambient Factory Vol.2 KONTAKT

Tomislav Senior Member Jul 27, 2019 #10 My personal favorite ambient guitar libraries which I have in my collection are Enigma from Spitfire Audio, Sphere from the Exotic States, and finally The Planet and Lost Horizon libraries from Atom Hub. In each of these, there are quite a few clean ambient guitar patches suitable for solos and arpeggios. While Enigma is my go-to library for those, Sphere and Atom Hub's ambient guitar libraries also feature such sounds. IMO, Sphere has the edge in ambient pad sounds though this is not a library derived only from the ambient electric guitar but also from the piano, acoustic guitar, cello, and zither. But it blends perfectly with the mentioned and my other libraries. You can also check out the Ambient Guitars library from Spitfire Audio which is more extensive than Enigma content-wise, but IMO also farther away from the traditional ambient electric guitar concept. There is also the "Atmosphere" library from the already mentioned Wavelet Audio that also seems to have some ambient guitar sounds included. I believe it's still available on Kontakt Hub. Finally, Kontakt developer Sonic Zest has quite a few of ambient libraries in their portfolio. I also suggest checking the Kontakt Hub library with the keyword "ambient guitar". There are probably some more suitable products available there. Speaking of additional processing, my must-have effects for any kind of ambient production are Valhalla Room and Shimmer plugins. Also, plugins from Native Instruments like Phasis, Choral, Flair, and especially Replika might work well for ambient work. Finally, if you have Reaktor, the free ensembles from boscomac include several ambient effects as well. Reactions: Ásta Jónsdóttir, Kevin Fortin, AmbientMile and 1 other person

Jul 27, 2019 #10 My personal favorite ambient guitar libraries which I have in my collection are Enigma from Spitfire Audio, Sphere from the Exotic States, and finally The Planet and Lost Horizon libraries from Atom Hub. In each of these, there are quite a few clean ambient guitar patches suitable for solos and arpeggios. While Enigma is my go-to library for those, Sphere and Atom Hub's ambient guitar libraries also feature such sounds. IMO, Sphere has the edge in ambient pad sounds though this is not a library derived only from the ambient electric guitar but also from the piano, acoustic guitar, cello, and zither. But it blends perfectly with the mentioned and my other libraries. You can also check out the Ambient Guitars library from Spitfire Audio which is more extensive than Enigma content-wise, but IMO also farther away from the traditional ambient electric guitar concept. There is also the "Atmosphere" library from the already mentioned Wavelet Audio that also seems to have some ambient guitar sounds included. I believe it's still available on Kontakt Hub. Finally, Kontakt developer Sonic Zest has quite a few of ambient libraries in their portfolio. I also suggest checking the Kontakt Hub library with the keyword "ambient guitar". There are probably some more suitable products available there. Speaking of additional processing, my must-have effects for any kind of ambient production are Valhalla Room and Shimmer plugins. Also, plugins from Native Instruments like Phasis, Choral, Flair, and especially Replika might work well for ambient work. Finally, if you have Reaktor, the free ensembles from boscomac include several ambient effects as well. Reactions: Ásta Jónsdóttir, Kevin Fortin, AmbientMile and 1 other person



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