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June 26, 2015 1 min read

EarthMoments ZenPad - Waterworx - a revolutionary new grand construction kit for Ableton Live bringing the ethereal aspects of water to life;

This kit includes more than 400 sounds and samples offering a variety of truly innovative timbres, atmospheric textures, and soundscapes inspired by the rich sound of water – tailor made for professional use in music production, sound design and film score compositions.

Waterworx recreates the sounds and atmosphere of rivers, oceans, waterfalls, and lakes. It draws on an array of instrumentation including: various analog synths, guitars, drums, mallet instruments, vocals, piano, acoustic and electric percussion and more.

Our in-house studios carrying state-of-the-art analog and digital equipment combined with our passion for quality brings us to produce the best quality samples.
These Royalty Free clips are optimised with the closest attention to detail and have been recorded using tube Pre-Amps and Mics on 96 kHz.


Hear more and purchase the ZenPad Packs in the Ableton Pack Store.



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