Discovery is collection of soundsets that includes 6 different soundsets with the following themes: Crime, Horror, Trailer, Documentary, Reality and Blockbuster. Each of the 6 sets has a specific theme aimed to provide composers and producers working in the film, game and library music world a solid toolkit for their productions and each set contains 100 presets and 25 multis. In total the collection contains 600 presets, 150 multis and 462 soundsources. 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 Deluxe edition contains 150 extra presets and 60 extra multis with the use of the Keyscape soundsource library.
The included soundsets:
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 first release Discovery Crime
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Excellent sound track demos!
This is exactly the type of content I would like to produce with Omnisphere 2.
It's a bit unclear exactly which DAWs are compatible with this (a complete listing would be very helpful)
Other than that tech question, the actual sounds produced with this are awesome