The ESC Deep Forest soundset for Omnisphere 2 is crafted with use from the personal samples of Eric Mouqet and contains 119 presets, 20 multis and 113 soundsources. The soundset contains a rich variety of ARP’s, Basses, Keys, Synths and Textural sounds in the vein of Deep Forest. You can expect sounds with a love for nature, some good experimental sounds and above all a large variety of very interesting analog sounds.
This rich world of sounds is perfect for any kind of music production, whether you compose music for film, ambient music, pop etc. The sounds found in the Deep Forest soundset will for sure enhance your productions. The following sound designers where involved in creating presets for this project: Burny Huber (ESC), Henrik J. Larsen (JX3D), Stephan Baer (Sonic Underworld), Fred Nongat (Subsonic Artz), Tim Dale (Sabre Sounds), Wolfgang Stindl (Ikarus), Anton Anru (Anru Music), Marcel Krapels (Prikwol), Adam Henderson (CAXA) and Jaap Visser (Triple Spiral Audio).
This soundset requires Omnisphere 2.6
The producer TORLEY on the soundset“I played through all of the presets at length, exploring deeper and deeper into this particular sonic forest. I like how cohesive the whole library sounds… some might look at the number of contributors and wonder how it’s all gonna hang together, well — magnificently. A nice selection across all categories to put you in the mindspace of exploring styles like folktronica, ethno-techno, film/cinematic/what-have-you and beyond with a merger of machine and nature.
"Sample Library Review": reviewed Deep Forest and Heartbeats: “This soundset is perfect for anyone who wants a great palette of cinematic, ethnic, electronic and experimental sounds. As presets, they are lovingly crafted and use the creative functions of Omnisphere very well. When combined as multis, the results are excellent with some really fun and sonically pleasing instruments. In terms of originality, Deep Forest has some very unique timbres and programming, resulting in a really creative and inspiring soundset.”