Luftrum has announced updates to the Luftrum 13 soundset for u-he’s Zebra 2 synthesizer instrument and Luftrum 14 for Spectrasonics Omnisphere 2.

Both soundsets now include new presets that were designed for the score of the Netflix original sci-fi film “What Happened to Monday”.

In start 2016 I collaborated with norwegian based composer Christian Wibe creating a toolbox of synth presets for him, to assist him scoring What Happened to Monday – a movie set to release on Netflix August 18.

I designed presets in Zebra 2, Diva and Omnisphere 2 forging just around 40 presets with different character to fit various scenes in the movie from pulsing bassline sequences to howling soundscapes, screaming synth leads and other elements to drive the score.

The presets I created for Mr. Wibe are released as free updates to Luftrum 13 for Zebra 2 and Luftrum 14 for Omnisphere 2 on August 18.

The Diva presets will be available as part of the upcoming Luftrum 16 soundset, a collaboration with sound designer Nico Herz aka Bigtone. The soundset will include 128 presets and is scheduled for release in mid September.

Luftrum 13 for Zebra 2 and Luftrum 14 for Omnisphere 2 are available for purchase for $39 USD and $49 USD, respectively. Use promo code REKKERD at the checkout to get a 10% discount on any purchase at the Luftrum store.

The updates are available to owners of the soundsets as a free update.

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