Sounds

Journeys

by AAS

Journeys is a set of 128 Tension sounds for Ableton Live. This collection is master sound designer Gregory Simpson's endeavor to create sounds that evoke the essence of other times, places or cultures.

 

Journeys is a set of 128 Tension sounds for Ableton Live. This collection is master sound designer Gregory Simpson's endeavor to create sounds that evoke the essence of other times, places or cultures. This collection will get you traveling from ancient to modern times, from Asia to Africa and everything in between — all with the intrinsic acoustic quality of Tension as your passport.

Journeys draws on the great strengths of physical modeling and the unique sonorities of Tension. Each of these presets is almost an instrument in itself, and reacts to user expression in a very natural and powerful way. From acoustic-like instruments to organic landscapes, Journeys is a great source of inspiration.

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