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Spectrasonics Omnisphere 2 bank - Droneca Vol.0

Droneca Vol.0: Transcend into the dark and eerie. Take your music to whole new level with our latest soundbank series for Spectrasonics Omnisphere 2. Our 25 cinematic synth drones will bring a unique atmosphere and tension to your track, perfect for almost any genre. Let Droneca Vol.0 take your music beyond the ordinary and create a gloomy ambience to support your soundscape.


Drones are usually very long evolving and atmospheric sounds that can be used to create a unique background rug in a music track. They are often used to add texture and depth to the track, creating an immersive soundscape that is both captivating and calming.

Synth drones are an ideal way to explore new sonic possibilities. They can be used as a background element, providing an ambient atmosphere for the listener, or as a foreground element, providing an emerging tension.

Using drones in music production allows artists to experiment with sound design very unique and special ways and it opens up exciting new possibilities for musicians of all levels of experience and helps them create more interesting and expressive music tracks - most used in ambient music and cinematic - game audio soundtracks.



Creating tension in music is an important part of the creative process. It helps to create a sense of anticipation and excitement for the listener, as well as helping to build a narrative or story within the music itself. Tension can be created through a variety of techniques, such as using dissonance and unexpected cadences, layering different instruments and sounds, and varying tempo or dynamics. It is an essential element in any piece of music, and one which can be used to great effect when done correctly. Synth drones are just one of the million ways to add tension - a very experimental one.


That was the main goal for this Spectrasonics Omnisphere 2 soundbank although in a very dark way. Omnisphere is so rich in sound design options - creating long synth drones with it is a very appealing procedure.


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