Discovery is a new one year project with 6 scheduled releases. Every 2 months a new set with 100 presets and 25 multis in the Discovery serie is released. 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. 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.
The Discovery soundset is now available as pre-order at the price of €55,- . Introduction price upon release is €62.50 and the regular price is €75,-
The sets can be bought seperately upon release for €14.95 and €17.95 after the intro price.
Omnisphere 2.6 is required!
The Discovery Deluxe edition contains 25 extra presets and 10 extra multis with the use of the Keyscape soundsource library and has a pre-order price of €65,- The introduction price is €75,- and a the regular price is €90,-
The deluxe sets can be bought seperately upon release for €19.95 and €22.95 after the intro price.
Here the schedule for the next set releases (these are estimated release dates, the final release date can vary a few days).
Set 1: Crime – released
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 first release Discovery Crime