Thank you for purchasing OB Ambient Pads.

This Ambient Pad Bundle was created using my favourite OB6 pad setting through my BigSky reverb pedal. This OB6/BigSky combination was used a lot on the recently recorded Hillsong album 'Let there be Light' so I wanted to make it available in a format that anyone can use.

These 12 minute long audio files can be used in a variety of different ways:

As ambient pad drones to fill out a worship song,

As a transition tool to bridge gaps between songs,

A soundscaping tool for live performance.

Because they are not tempo specific, they can be used in any tempo, time signature, and the bundle includes every key. They've been crafted musically to work equally well in songs that are in Major or Minor keys.

The bundle comes with two different Ambient Shimmer sounds that were recorded in each key for variety and flexibility.

This bundle requires no additional software and can be used in any DAW, or played from your smartphone or any other audio playback device that accepts WAV or M4A (Depending on which product you purchased). It also includes a bonus Ableton Live file with a custom designed Audio Effects Rack to transform the sounds and provide even more sounds for those that do own Ableton.

What's included:

  • 2x WAV or M4A files for all 12 keys (24x audio files)

  • Ableton Live Set (.als) with custom Audio Effects Rack

Product Description

The two different pad types included are explained below:

OB Pad

My favourite OB6 Pad setting through my BigSky reverb pedal.

OB Pad (Reverb EQ)

My favourite OB6 Pad setting through my BigSky reverb pedal with some additional Lexicon reverb and EQ. This version was designed to be used with moving chord progressions because the low end has been EQ’d out of the Ambient Pad to make room this.

For more detailed information on how to use these patches and this template check out the walkthrough video here:

Walkthrough Video

ENJOY!

All programming, images and text © Peter James Productions 2016 All Rights Reserved.

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