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Disabled wannabe New Age composer wanting help with VSTs and sounds!

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Dear Anyone.


I'm a disabled wannabe New Age composer who loves people like Karunesh, Yellow Brick Cinema, Aeoliah, Leo Rojas, Edward Simoni, anyone like that.  They're all basically the same - tune instrument, drumbeats and bee-YOOO-tiful pads in the middle. 

Which is my problem.  I can't do/find/source the pad sounds. 


My DAW's 32-bit.  It's a disability-DAW, I love and totally understand every nuance of it - it's not its fault I can't do the sounds.  If I had a multitimbral (I can dream!) source of sounds, so I could mix the sounds together in the VST (like the Korg M1 Emulator which I flog to death because I actually understand that one - shock - horror!) and then have one stave playing the combined output, that would be ideal.  I know you can use JBRIDGE to run 64-bit in a 32-bit environment (yup  - that ways around!) but I've not worked out how yet - could do with help with that too if poss.

Basically that's why I'm here.  I need help finding pads/backing synthy sounds like the above, who are all over YouTube like a disease if you want to listen. 

Hoping someone chooses to help out!

Yours respectfully



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