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June 23, 2016 1 min read

EarthMoments presents Oriental Synths - an innovative new bundle that marries edgy synth textures with exotic Middle Eastern flavours.

With a vast collection of expressive synth leads, rich basses, lush pads, soaring soundscapes and new age FX featuring artist Hod Moshonov (Bemet), this unique library of synths provides producers with a complex, dynamic selection of sounds to choose from and the opportunity to push the very boundaries of sound design.
 
With its Oriental electro grooves and hypnotic melodies, this strangely wonderful compilation generates a broad gamut of other worldly, ethereal samples for producers to play with. Played at various BPMs and in different keys, the samples also provide producers with a certain sonic flexibility while also allowing for decisive control.
 

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