Synthesist Omri Cohen shared an ambient, cinematic version of Jingle Bells. He did it all with an open source modular soft synth: VCV Rack.
If you like your Christmas Carols moody, with sweeping cinematic ambience, this might be for you. Omri Cohen’s version of Jingle Bells is a true epic.
It’s hypnotic, undulating, with a touch of Hans Zimmer in its long distorted crescendos. Check out the video below:
Find out more about the VCV Rack open-source virtual modular synth here.
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