256 Patches, 50 Multis and 45 NEW samples are in this super diverse library for Omnisphere 2.5!
Created by 15 world-class programmers (some of them sell patch libraries on their own websites), this is a special library because the programmers made sounds that match their personal passions in sound design and patch making. Listen to the awesome audio demos, watch the patch walkthru video (and other support videos) and you will be impressed with what YOU can do by adding this amazing library to your arsenal!
GENRES: Many genres are represented in this library with a very strong nod towards huge analog waves combined with digital waves and effects for some truly signature sounds to work with. About the Programmers: 15 Programmers contributed to this library – here they are with their country of origin and their website address if they sell their own patch libraries:
Anton Anru (Russia) Burny Huber – ESC (Holland) Caxa from (Thailand) Clark Parker (Germany) Claus Gahrn – Gahrn Audio (Denmark) www.gahrnaudio.com Frank Dierickx – CL Projects (Belgium) www.cl-projects-sound-design.com Fred Nongat – Subsonic Artz (France) www.subsonicartz.com Gareth (Germany) Harald Geyer (Germany) Henrik Henky Johansson (Sweden) Henrik J Larsen JX3D (Denmark) Jaap Visser – Triple Spiral Audio (Holland) www.triplespiralaudio.com Jan Bakker (Holland) Jason Ray Schoepfer – Rocky Mountain Sounds (Canada) www.rockymountainsounds.com John Lehmkuhl – Pluginguru (USA) www.pluginguru.com Marcel Krapels (Holland) Marius Janssen – mj-prod (Germany) Stephan Baer – Sonic Underworld (Switzerland) www.sonicunderworld.com Tim Dale (England) Wolfgang Stindl – Ikarus Music – (Austria) https://ikarusmusic.com/
Library Specifics: These patches were not created to try to sound like anybody else – this is like visiting a new planet where everything is fresh and original while still containing sounds that will IMMEDIATELY cause you to want to start writing a track for your project with these sounds! Modulation Wheel – Every patch has the Modulation wheel assigned to do something interesting to the sound. Sometimes it’s the expected pitch LFO but most of the time, things will happen you didn’t expect but will bring a smile to your face!