Empty Fields – F.2 for Omnisphere 2 will be an ongoing project with 10 releases in a one year timespan (every 4/5 weeks a new release). Each release will contain 50 – 70 new patches, 10 – 20 multis and it will use a hybrid setup with using both new recorded material and using soundsources from the Omnisphere 2 core library.
You pay a one time price of €75,00 and you will receive automatically each new release. If you are joining in later you will get all the previous released packs. As this is a new setup I will offer a 90 days, not good/money back option.
With this ongoing project I want to capture the ever changing beauty of these Empty Fields and let myself inspire to create and record on a monthly base new material. The sixth pack is scheduled for the end of September and will contain a Omnisphere 2.4 and 2.5 version
Update 3rd of September:
The soundset has received a major update. A new V25 version for all the packs have been added and all the presets have been updated to be used with all the new features for the just released Omnisphere 2.5 update. The majority of the presets now make use of the extra 2 layers that have been added to Omnisphere 2. Also the naming and categories have been adjusted to be completely compatible with the Spectrasonics setup. See screenshot below.
The original version is also still available to be downloaded and please check the readme for clear guidance upon the installation. The original version is still compatible with Omnisphere 2.4
Update 13 May: The packs are now also available as seperate purchase (€8.99 each)
Pack 1 contains 70 patches, 10 multis and 43 new soundsoures. The sound of this first pack tries to capture the mysterious beauty of winter landscape. The sounds have a cold, mysterious, ambient, sometimes slightly dark and mystical feeling.
Pack 2 (released 10 April) contains 50 patches, 10 multies and 36 soundsources and captures the sound and atmosphere of the transition from winter to early spring. The sounds have a more warm, nostalgic and evolving character.
Pack 3 (released 14 May) contains 50 patches, 10 multis and 18 soundsoures. The sounds in the third pack have a lot of movement and a warm and analog feeling with a some hints of experimental feelings here and there.
Pack 4 (released 2 July) contains 50 patches, 10 multis and 36 soundsoures. The sounds in the fourth pack are inspired by the mysterious and mystique evenings and days that I encountered and the overal ambience is filled with magical textures from a selection of recorded woodwind phrases.
Pack 5 (released 22 August) contains 50 patches, 10 multis and 42 soundsoures. The fifth pack is nice mix with mystique ambiences, warm and big pads and all kinds of keys, basses and soundscapes with lots of subtle movement, inspired by a long hot summer that seems to last forever and gave tons of great atmospheres and ambiences to witness
The soundset has been reviewed by Sample Library Review
Contributor Raymond D Ricker reviews ‘Empty Fields – F.2’ for Omnisphere 2 from Triple Spiral Audio
“A promising, well-balanced set of Omnisphere 2 patches. Natural sounds can be combined with evolving pads and deep, syncopated ARPS to produce ethereal atmospheres & textures of color and emotion.”
Sample Sound Review rated the library 5 out of 5 stars!
“Tons of emotions have been crafted in the sound design of Empty Fields and Triple Spiral Audio has once again created a masterpiece. I don’t mean to gush over the power of this series, but I can’t help myself. Anyone with Omnisphere 2 would be falling way short by not picking this up.
The Empty Fields series for Omnisphere 2 embodies ambient perfection in every way. Triple Spiral Audio has risen in the ranks of one of my favorite sound designers. A one-time price of €75,00 will give you 10 releases in one year, has to be the the best values I’ve seen in years. This is a Mandatory Buy!””
A long ambient demo featuring the sounds from the first 5 packs and for the updated version for Omnisphere 2.5. More demos can be heard below the walkthrough videos