Soniccouture Release Geosonics ft Chris Watson

Soniccoutre have just released a truly amazing looking (and sounding) plug-in featuring the world-renowned Chris Watson. We’ve previously interviewed Chris about his outdoor field work and this pack features some unique and incredibly captured sounds that only a recordist with his 30 year experience would be able to produce.

As well as the actual sound recordings available, there are also over 400 pad and soundscape presets created by some highly acclaimed sound designers including Ian Boddy, Biomechanoid, Martin Walker and Andy Wheddon.

Check out the full press details below and the trailer featuring some of the immense sounds on offer:




Press Release

Geosonics is a colloboration between legendary field recordist Chris Watson and Soniccouture.

Hundreds of hours of recording time, in some of the worlds most extreme and inhospitable environments, combine to form a library of rare sonic artefacts that cannot be found anywhere else.


Using this unique collection as a starting point, we created a wealth of sound design material ; waves and sampled textures which, when layered and combined with Watson’s original recordings create the most fluid, organic soundscapes ever heard.

To play sounds gathered from places like the North Pole or the Kalahari desert on a simple MIDI keyboard is a magical experience – only possible with Geosonics.


Key Features:

6 GB library (with Kontakt NCW compression)

Contains 4.7 GB original Chris Watson recordings

400 sound design presets by Ian Boddy, Biomechanoid, Martin Walker, Andy Wheddon, Soniccouture

140 sound design sample sets

Custom Convolution IRs

FOCUS mapping function

24 bit 48 khz stereo recording / sampling

Compatible with free Kontakt Player 5 – VST AU RTAS Standalone


Chris Watson recording equipment :

Transducers : C-ducer CP 2/8 stereo contact mikes DPA 8011 hydrophones as geophones DolphinEar Pro hydrophones DPA 4060 microphones

Recorders: Sound Devices 744T Nagra ARES Pll


Purchase the pack and learn more about it by going here