More Sounds For Your Nord Wave 2

US Blush Response Signature Sound Bank is now available      22/09/22

Nord tells us that Berlin-based Blush Response has designed 25 signature sounds for Nord Wave 2 including industrial ambient pads, dystopian soundscapes, harsh drones, creative sequencing and experimental FM sounds.

Blush Response had this to say, "I really wanted to make sounds that spoke to me and brought up my unique sonic signature as well as explore the different sides of the Wave 2 than you would normally hear. I would say these sounds are very useful for science fiction, industrial sounds and techno. There is a lot of sequencing, FM textures and just stuff on the outer realms of what is acceptable for sound"

Blush Response is Joey Blush, a Cuban-American artist and sound designer combining Industrial and IDM influences with Techno. Born in Miami, and now stationed in Berlin, Blush has brought his sound experiments to a worldwide audience. He has toured around the world as a solo artist, and as a member of groups such as Scar the Martyr and Front Line Assembly. He is also a renowned sound designer and has worked with various artists and companies for over 10 years.  

The Blush Response Signature Sound Bank is compatible with Nord Wave 2.

Pricing and Availability:
Free download.

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