In his latest loopop video, host Ziv Eliraz takes an in-depth look at the SOMA Laboratory Cosmos ‘Drifting Memory Station’.

Cosmos is designed to let you create meditative soundscapes. SOMA says that “The design of the controls, functions and generated soundscapes are intended to evoke, in both performer and listener, states and experiences inherent in meditation, such as limitless space, fluidity, spontaneous development, presence, the ability to hear, tranquility, the experience of subtle harmony and happiness enveloping the whole world.”

This video takes a detailed look at the unique functionality of the Cosmos and demonstrate its sonic possibilities.

Topics covered:

0:00 Intro
1:30 Overview
4:30 This setup
5:15 Two delays
7:05 Four delays
7:45 Blur & Drift
9:35 Giant reverb
10:20 Granular delay
11:30 Feedback
12:00 Compressor
13:10 Suppressor
13:45 A FEW TIPS
14:00 Simple looping
14:40 Direct 2 phase
15:20 Blur freeze
16:00 Spectral control
16:35 Pass it on
17:10 Reverse toggle
17:40 No undo
18:00 Always record!
18:20 Pros & cons
20:55 Cosmic drift

Check it out and share your thoughts on the Cosmos in the comments!

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