"As a worship leader, I loved the idea of using pads to fill our team's sound, but wasn't 100% satisfied with how the other pads out there sounded. Some pads made our main instruments sound muddy. Some had melodies that drew too much attention to themselves. And some pads were just too static and boring. So Coresound was born with a single mission: to create a diverse collection of top-quality pads that would add so much excellence to your team’s sound that you'd consider it one of the best investments you've made for your ministry." – Mike Graff, Coresound
This Coresound Pad Collection comes with four fully-realized pad sounds in all 12 keys, mixed to perfectly fit your worship team’s sound. These 10-minute audio files can be used in multiple ways:
- As an ambient pad to fill out a worship song
- As a transition-tool to kill that awkward dead-space between songs
- A soundscaping tool for live performance
Because pads aren't tempo-specific, they can be used in any arrangement, tempo, or time signature.
These pads work wonderfully within the Playback app, but the audio files can also be used in any DAW, or played from any other device that accepts WAV audio files.
• 4x 10-minute WAV files for all 12 keys (1 for each pad sound)
• Immediate access within the Playback app (within the Pads menu)
This swirling melody of ambient electric guitars provides a unique backdrop for up- tempo songs with a distinct unique tone yet recognizable Coresound quality.
Warm to Bright Scale: 7/10 Subtle to Distinct Scale: 5/10
Equal layers of string sections, electric guitar, analog synth, and vintage organ combine into a sonic wave of tone that sets the atmosphere for your song instantly!
Warm to Bright Scale: 8/10 Subtle to Distinct Scale: 4/10
Traces is like a floating dream. It’s bright enough to sound light and airy, but muted enough to not get in the way of the rest of your sound. It’s a breath of fresh air when you need it most.
Warm to Bright Scale: 8/10 Subtle to Distinct Scale: 2/10
Aerial (Guitar Sky II)
The second Guitar Sky installment finds itself with an even greater focus on ambient-melodic-atmosphere, rolling off the low end a bit and letting the melodic tones ring even longer. It’s a nice sequel to the first!
Warm to Bright Scale: 6/10 Subtle to Distinct Scale: 4/10