Sculptor Epic Risers
May 9, 2017

Gothic Instruments SCULPTOR Epic Risers – designing the sounds

From alerting a movie audience to impending danger through to creating anticipation before an awesome drop in an EDM track, risers have a place in many musical scenarios and have one thing in common – they are key to initiating that kick of adrenaline among your listeners. ‘Epic Risers‘ is the latest instalment in Gothic Instruments‘ SCULPTOR series of sound design tools, following on from SCULPTOR Live Impacts and SCULPTOR…

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DRONAR Live Strings Main page
March 21, 2017

Gothic Instruments’ Dan Graham introduces DRONAR: Live Strings

The third instalment of the highly acclaimed DRONAR series from Gothic Instruments has arrived! Live Strings is the biggest DRONAR to date featuring a huge range of string articulations performed by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra which, thanks to the easy-to-use DRONAR engine, spring to life to present hundreds of evolving, highly playable and expressive cinematic presets to add emotion and drama to your music.   From foreboding evolving atmospheres…

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October 25, 2016

We take a closer look at Gothic Instruments SCULPTOR Massive Whooshes

Today we were all very excited to see the release of the second epic sound library in the SCULPTOR series by Gothic Instruments: Massive Whooshes. After the very popular release of SCULPTOR Live Impacts Module, I was keen to see what more this series had to offer and within five minutes of exploring the features, I couldn’t keep my hands away from the keyboard! It is my pleasure to take…

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Dronar Guitarscapes Main
September 6, 2016

We speak to Gothic Instruments’ Dan Graham about new DRONAR Guitarscapes

Since DRONAR Hybrid Module was released back in February, many users have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of the second module and today it’s here! Gothic Instruments DRONAR: Guitarscapes is based on live and processed recordings of mandolins, electric, acoustic and steel guitars which, when combined with DRONAR´s powerful controls, produce shimmering organic pads, otherworldy ambient soundscapes, natural strumming accompaniments and more. In true DRONAR style, it takes very little…

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Dan Graham
July 18, 2016

Dan Graham introduces new Kontakt sound design series – SCULPTOR

Back in February, in partnership with Gothic Instruments, we unleashed DRONAR: Hybrid Module on to the world. Six months on, this revolutionary atmospheric sound generator for Kontakt has become our best selling product of 2016 so far and has received critical acclaim from both press and users, including several high profile composers. Since then, Scripter Adam Hanley has been working on the eagerly awaited second DRONAR module (Guitarscapes), but, not…

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July 12, 2016

Gothic Instruments DRONAR – what do the critics think?

It’s safe to say the release of Gothic Instruments DRONAR: Hybrid Module caused a stir, not only for it’s incredible and revolutionary sounds, but also for its unique and astonishingly easy ability to create rich, dramatic, complex and evolving atmospheres using a simple set of controls. DRONAR: Hybrid Module is one of our biggest selling titles of the year so far and when we read the opinions of composers, music producers…

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February 8, 2016

Gothic Instruments’ Dan Graham introduces DRONAR: Hybrid Module

If you’re a regular customer of Time+Space it’s likely that the name ‘Dan Graham’ will be familiar to you. Dan was the producer behind several popular Zero-G sound libraries including Animato, Luminoso and Spiritoso plus the epic sound design series – Rise, Impact and Whoosh Designer. He is also the CEO of Gothic Storm Music – a boutique British music company with a focus on premium Hollywood sounds, therefore when…

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July 4, 2014

We talk to the people behind Zero-G’s latest Kontakt instrument ‘Impact Designer’

This week, Zero-G and Xfonic have released ‘Impact Designer’ – a new Kontakt 5 instrument dubbed as a “futuristic mega-slam SFX creation machine”. Produced by Dan Graham, who was also responsible for Zero-G’s Animato, Spiritoso, Luminoso and Perpetuo collections, the live environmental sounds that were recorded for this collection were processed by Italian Professor of Sound Design Alessandro Camnasio whose trailer credits include THOR, Transformers: Age of Extinction and many…

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