Use the provided sample/preset pack to create an original track in any genre. The pack contains drum loops, drum hits, synth loops, sfx, vocoded samples and synth presets for Massive, Absynth, FM8, Omnisphere, TAL Elek7ro and Tyrell N6. Prizes
The Grand Prize Winner will receive the complete The Unfinished soundset collection and a Korg Volca Beats machine. Two Runner Up winners will receive The Unfinished soundsets.
The contest deadline for entering your track is June 30th ,2013.
The Unfinished has announced the release of Massive Polaris, a collection of 200 sounds for NI Massive aimed at classic synth enthusiasts.
The project was born out of numerous hours spent watching demonstration videos on YouTube of a host of great digital and analogue synthesizers from the 80s and 90s. So, if names like Korg M1, Roland JX8P, Yamaha DX7, Oberheim OB-12, Waldorf Microwave II and Moog Source fill you with fond thoughts, then this soundset might well be for you.
This is not a collection of emulations of classic patches, more a tribute to those deep, crisp, lush, atmospheric sounds, with an added edge of modern synthesis options courtesy of Massive’s aggressive waveforms, oscillators and filters.
The soundset is available to purchase for £19.99 GBP. A free demo pack can be download from the product page.
The Unfinished has released Omnisphere Horizon II, a collection of 128 patches for Spectrasonics’ Omnisphere aimed at electronic/hybrid film scoring and atmospheric electronica.
In Horizon II you will find deep, punchy basslines; pulsing, thrilling synth sequences; evolving, driving percussion loops; lush, detailed pads and soundscapes; plus growling basses, emotional pianos and epic impacts.
This comprehensive and immersive collection is designed to be a ‘go to’ resource for soundtrack and electronica projects, whether you’re looking to add depth to an existing track or kickstart some brand new ideas. The scope of the 128 sounds in Horizon II is wide enough to write whole cues without using any other synths or libraries; and all the sounds have programmed with immediate, flexible and dynamic control dialled into the modwheel function.
Horizon II builds on the dark, dynamic underscore nature of Horizon, adding a number of ‘lighter’ more ethereal sounds in the spirit of composers/producers such as Cliff Martinez, Brian Eno and Thomas Newman. If you need fresh, new sounds for your film, game or media project, then Horizon II is an essential bit of kit.
The original Horizon is already being used in films, TV series and games soundtracks around the world.
Omnisphere Horizon II is available to purchase for £19.99 GBP. A free ‘taster pack’ of 15 sounds from the collection can be download for free.
The Unfinished has announced the release of Massive Darkscore IV, the latest release in the Darkscore series, which aims to provide cutting edge digital electronic sounds for hybrid film scoring and atmospheric electronica.
Darkscore IV is a collection of 200 high quality patches for NI Massive, full of gritty basslines, energetic synth sequences, deep pads, roaring basses and dark soundscapes.
If you are looking to add some deep, dark, driving electronics and atmospherics to your music, this collection provides you with a huge range of sonic possibilities. At its core it is targeted at the darker side of electronic film scoring, but is also flexible enough to be used in atmospheric electronic genres such as dubstep, ambient and industrial. The collection has been influenced by recent film scores, such as Total Recall and Judge Dredd, as well as the twisted electronic tones of Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross.
Each patch comes with flexible control via the eight macro knobs, allowing you to quickly control the tone and dynamics of the sounds and providing access to hundreds of new variations.
Darkscore IV for Massive is available to purchase for £19.99 GBP (requires NI Massive 1.3 or higher, .nmsv format). A free demo pack is available to download.
The Unfinished has announced the release of Omnisphere Horizon, a sound library for Omnisphere by Spectrasonics.
Aimed at hybrid cinematic underscore and deep, emotional electronica, it will fit right into your latest film/tv/game score or EDM album.
There are 128 patches, featuring deep, modulating basslines; evocative and dynamic synth sequences; dramatic and blissful soundscapes; hard-hitting, punchy synth basses; and many other expressive and essential sounds.
Omnisphere Horizon provides you with a deep and flexible, cinematic sound canvas. Whether you’re writing minimalist underscore in the shadow of Harry Gregson-Williams and Sean Callery, or intense electronica in the vein of BT and Jon Hopkins, you are bound to find a huge amount of inspiration in this soundset.
Omnisphere Horizon costs £19.99 GBP. A pack of free sounds is available to ‘try before you buy’.
The Unfinished has announced Absynth Geometron, a collection of 128 beautiful and dark sounds aimed at ambient, downtempo and electronic film scoring.
Full of warm, lush and experimental noises, Geometron specialises in cinematic pads, dusty keys and subtle basses.
The idea behind Geometron is global-friendly post-club, early morning sounds. Think riding an empty metro train in Tokyo at 3am, waiting for the sun to rise over horizon in downtown Buenos Aires, or sitting on a Bali shore watching the fishermen go out for their first catch of the day.
The soundset is available to purchase at £14.99 GBP. A demo pack of 20 sounds can be downloaded free of charge. Geometron requires Absynth 5 (some sounds will not work in Absynth 4) and uses the .nabs format.
The Unfinished has also launched a Christmas Sale, offering a 50% off everything (except Geometron) including some new bundles.