Coming April 17 (the day after Easter)
We are excited to announce the release of our next set of PADS, the award-winning product that will add instant ambience and atmosphere to your worship services.
Shimmer is a sound you hear all over modern worship music. It’s that ethereal sound you hear in the higher frequencies that makes everything sound very atmospheric – even angelic at times. We love using it in our worship services.
We are releasing Pads on April 17, and they will be on sale for just $9.99 for ONE DAY ONLY. The regular price is $14.99, so you’re going to save over 33%.
Listen to PADS 6: Shimmer Pads in action
In each of these demos, PADS 6 is being used as a background to an instrument track. The instruments themselves are not included in the Pads – they are just here for demonstration purposes.
PADS 6 with Piano
PADS 6 with Electric Guitar
PADS 6 with Acoustic Guitar
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What are Pads?
Pads create an atmospheric ambient texture that sits underneath everything. It gives the music a sense of depth and weight and it helps glue everything together. With any of our Pads sets, you can have that sound present in all your songs and other service elements with a tap of a button.
It really is that easy – to use the Pads during a song, simply play the Pad in the same key as the song, and everything will just work. We are also working hard to create more versions and variations of Pads. It’s always good to have multiple sounds and textures available so you can choose the perfect sound to fit the moment you’re trying to create. Listen to the previews below and choose your favorite sounding set, or get them all!
Visit the Pads page to learn more and hear our other Pads products.
How it works
- Pads are not progression specific, so no click track is needed
- Use the examples below – play along with them on your guitar or other instrument
- Just play the pads in your desired key, and any progression in that key will fit perfectly over the top of them
- You get all 12 major keys