Luftrum Lunaris Pads v1.3 KONTAKT
Lunaris is a sample based pad instrument, containing pads only from classic analog pads to lush ambient pads, cinematic pads and any pads in
between including 30 original Luftrum pads from the Prophet-6. Lunaris
also contains sequenced pads from underscoring elements to more
contemporary rhythmic patterns plus a selection of dark, avantgarde and
obscure pads. Lunaris is 4.5GB and ships with 400 presets created by world-class sound designers as Arksun, Bigtone, Himalaya, Luftrum, Martin Walker, Adam Pietruszko, Twolegs Toneworks and Brandon Clark.
At the heart of Lunaris are 2700 meticulously hand trimmed samples,
collected in over 200 sound sources of multisampled pads, field
recordings, synth transients and soundscapes available to mix, sculpt
and shape into the perfect pad structure.
Not only is Lunaris a dream pad machine, it is also a full bodied creative tool that can excel
at anything from soundscapes to synth leads, as well as drones and
organic textures, complementing both the producer, composer and the
Lunaris is licensed to and made for the free Kontakt Player so the full version of Kontakt is not required. It will
run without limits in the free Kontakt Player or the full version of
Kontakt v5.6.8 or later, and can be loaded directly in your DAW as any
other plugin, no other software is needed to run Lunaris. It will also
load in Propellerhead Reason 9.5 and later, which adds VST to Reason.
Lunaris is NKS ready and designed for use with Komplete Kontrol and
The User Interface
The user interface is designed to be straight forward and user friendly, consisting of four
identical layers (A, B, C and D) that can load one of 200 sound sources
from multisampled pads to field recordings, synth transients or
Each layer has direct access to the most common controls and further access to individual parameters and effects in the
bottom part of the interface. The sound can also be shaped with two new
and innovative features such as the Filter Split and the Flux Motion
described below. The interface is further described in the user manual
that comes with Lunaris.
Below the Time Stop knob you find the Filter Split button which is a new and
innovative feature that sorts all the active filters in different bands,
preventing low rumble and any clashing of frequencies between layers .
When layers are competing for the same frequency range it can lead to
muddiness and sound that doesn’t shine through or sit well in a mix.
Filter Split creates new distinctive filter setups for each of the
active layers, making space and room for other frequencies.
Use Filter Split to create new pads based on smart filter algorithms alone.
Each click on the Filter Split button generates a new original split.
Click reset and the filters are reset back to original state.
Flux Motion is a slow and random modulation that runs side by side with the
user defined modulation under mod/seq. Activate Flux Motion by dialing
one of the knobs and subtle random motion will affect the filter cutoff,
the amplitude and the panning of the active layer via an algorithm of
random low-frequency oscillation. With Flux Motion the user cannot
affect the change and dynamics over time – experience the beauty of
unpredictable and ethereal modulation. Clicking ‘Generate’ will change
the underlying low-frequency algorithm behind the modulation, applying
new subtle motion to the parameters.
The Presets & Sound Sources
Lunaris ships with over 400 presets. Click on the vid to the left to hear an
audio demo of some of the presets, a walkthrough of 30 included presets
that comes with Lunaris.
Lunaris also contains 200 different sound sources to be loaded into each of the four layers. These can
combined, mixed and saved as your own preset creation.
100 of the sound sources are multisampled pads and 30 of them are original Luftrum
pads from the Prophet-6. The other 100 sound sources are divided into
these three groups:
Field Recordings of mother nature, ranging from calm ocean waves to radio fallouts from the ionosphere to forest
drones, binaural rain, quiet mountain gusts, hydrophone recordings,
airport atmosphere to cracking ice cape experiments with contact mics
recorded by field recordists Luftrum, Felix Blume and Jez Riley French.
Synth Transients are transients adding harmonics to the initial start of
the sound and can range from bell-like timbres to short synth plucks
over softer fading synth leads. Synth Soundscapes are synthesizer based
textures, soundscapes and sustained mellow beds of synthscapes.
Everything got a fundamental frequency, from the atmosphere in a forest to the
ocean waves. The field recordings in Lunaris are tuned to a seldom heard
harmony with the multisampled pads. You can play the recordings in tune
with the pads or you can play them isolated, as aesthetic recordings of
forgotten realms and places – from the lava beaches of Iceland to the
coastal sea of Australia over city fences recorded with contact
microphones to glittering radio fallouts of the ionosphere.
✓ 400 presets by pristine sound designers
✓ NKS ready for Komplete Kontrol and Machine
✓ 200 high quality multisampled 24Bit sound sources
✓ No need for the full version of Kontakt
✓ Loads in the free Kontakt Player without limitations
✓ No other software needed to play Lunaris
✓ Flux Motion, Modulation and Effect Chain per layer
✓ Create, mix, sculpt and save your own pads
✓ 16-page PDF User Manual included
✓ Crossgrade to the full version of Kontakt and save!
Home page: https://www.luftrum.com/lunaris/
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