Luftrum - Zaphira for U-He Diva (SYNTH PRESET) - Full Version


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2540, a battle rages between people and machines. Child of the Star Rebel Alliance, Zafira walks among the stars in a galaxy torn apart by war. As the only hope for the last colony of humanity, its mission is both euphoric and terrifying as it confronts her inner courage to save humanity ... Introducing Zaphira, a modern cinematic marvel containing 150 inspiring analog patches for your next sonic adventure and probably one of the most exciting, intense and adrenaline-filled U-He Diva patch collections in the Luftrum portfolio. Harsh realities collide like high tides in space as hypnotic arpeggios, sequences and powerful low bass lines combine to shape the music of your next journey into deep, dark space. Lush and evolving pads, breathtaking bass and powerful rich synth sounds will transport you into sonic space like the brave explorers of generations past. The sound kit is designed to give you the best of modern cinematic analog emulation and contains everything you expect from analog sounds, crafted with modern cinematic and sci-fi aspects in mind. Most influential were composers John Murphy (Sunshine), Jon Hopkins (Monsters), Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow (Annihilation, Ex Machina), Wojciech Golczewski (400 Days), and artists in the vein of Tony Anderson, Melodysheep, Underworld and Solar Fields. Zaphira is fully compatible with NKS, which is important for users of Komplete Kontrol equipment from Native Instruments. It includes tagged NKS presets sorted in the Zaphira subbank and comes with an NKS audio preview. Each patch has special assignments for the mod wheel. Aftertouch is used to add more expression wherever needed. All patches leave a few dB of headroom, and there is a PDF manual describing how to install the kit and where to place the NKS presets.

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