Discovery Horror is the second release in the Discovery Series. It features 100 new presets, 25 multis and 92 soundsources.
The sounds in the soundset are filled with eerie, haunting and mysterious sounds. All the sounds have modulation via the modwheel and aftertouch and in a lot of cases the pitchwheel adds some ambience and the CC2 some movement. The inspiration comes from shows like Westworld, Stranger Things, The Dark and in music from Trent Reznor, Charlie Clouser and Mica Levi.
In the presets there is an extensive use of the modwheel, aftertouch, pitchweel and CC2 to enhance the sounds. Often sounds start as a fairly basic sound, but with the use of various controllers you can add a lot of depth to your sound so that it can match your productions.
Omnisphere 2.6 is required!
The Discovery Horror Deluxe contains 25 extra presets and 10 extra multis with the use of the Keyscape soundsource library. Check for more info the product page.
Here the schedule for the next set releases (these are estimated release dates, the final release date can vary a few days)
Set 2: Horror – released
Set 3: Trailer – release – 14 June
Set 4: Documentary – 14 September (due to summer holiday)
Set 5: Reality – release 14 November
Set 6: Blockbuster – release 14 January 2020
Sample Sound Review rated Discovery – Crime 5 out of 5 stars!
“In my opinion, this library is an indispensable scoring tool that you should add to your Omnisphere soundbank collection. It’s criminal I can’t giveDiscovery: Crime more than 5 Stars but rest assured the Discovery series by Triple Spiral Audio will certainly make Omnisphere library history in 2019.
A great user review from the very gifted musician and producer Torley Wong
Need to say how much I’m enjoying Crime Deluxe so far — one of my faves from you!
The patch naming system you use is really helpful, and the EXTENSIVE modulations help. I use ALL these controllers regularly, and it adds a lot of value to have ready-to-go modulations for these patches. I am finding myself smiling when I discover you’ve used pitchbend for something _other_ than pitchbend, and think this concept of “start basic, then transform” is working really well in practice! The basses undergo some wonderful morphing which makes it easier to sync/swell to key moments.”
Demo track(s) from the second release Discovery Horror