PreSonus has announced the addition of 19 new sample and loop libraries to PreSonus Sphere, a community for creative enthusiasts and professionals where membership grants access to a consistently growing library of creative software tools and more.
Since launch, the company has consistently added at least one new library or Studio One Add-on to PreSonus Sphere every single month; however, the addition of more than 9.7 GB of libraries at once represents the largest expansion of content since the community launched in July 2020.
The new libraries are royalty-free. All include Audioloops construction kits, compatible with Studio One Prime, Artist, and Professional version 3.5.5 and higher; and Impact XT kits, which are compatible with Studio One Artist and Professional version 4 and higher.
Members can download any and all of these libraries from their PreSonus Sphere accounts:
— The 4 Forty, which brings an eclectic mix of modern drum sounds, synth sounds, piano riffs, basslines, and more, in the styles of Jay-Z, J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar, and others.
— Afro Pop, which is equal parts pop sensibility and exotic percussion, mixed with grooves in a Caribbean-inspired cocktail.
— Changes, a choice for lovers of old school R&B, with 808 kicks, slow synth grooves, and ear-catching beats.
— Core Drum Kit, which are construction kits target modern genres with punchy kicks, booming 808s, cracking snares and claps, clean percussion, smooth hi-hats and cymbals, and inspiring melodies.
— And many more.
With the new additions, PreSonus Sphere members now have access to 73 sample and loop libraries, every add-on for Studio One and Notion, online collaboration tools, and monthly exclusive livestreams and master classes, plus licenses for both Studio One Professional and Notion. PreSonus Sphere memberships are available for $14.95/month or $164.95/year. Go here to find out more.