MIDIssonance has announced the release of two new sound libraries for the Omnisphere 2.6 virtual instrument by Spectrasonics.

Omnisphere Mondo contains 220 cinematic patches with 25 instantly inspiring multis, designed to get you started right away.

In addition to Omnisphere soundsources, Omnisphere Mondo adds 100 new soundsources, created specifically for Mondo with finest modular and analog synths and various acoustic (including upright piano, various guitars, mandolin, various percussion) instruments…and even an old Olivetti typewriter!

Omnisphere Mondo is the most comprehensive collection by MIDIssonance yet – it’s full of carefully crafted sounds that will instantly inspire new ideas – from soft and indispensable textural elements to aggressive hits, underscore percussion beds and ticky loops, trailer accents and driving sequences. Many of one shot patches are percussion kits themselves.

Omnisphere Mondo is available for 34.95 EUR + VAT.

Omnisphere Signalo delivers 100 cinematic patches and 20 custom soundsources, ranging from modular synths to cello recordings.

Majority of Omnisphere Signalo patches were created for a collaboration with BAFTA and Ivor Novello nominated composer David Housden for a custom project.

Main influences for this library were Cliff Martinez’s work on Solaris and Drive as well as the unique Arrival score composed by the late, great Icelandic composer Jóhann Jóhannsson.

All those influences resulted in a collection of unique sounds with organic character with plenty of acoustic soundsources processed in a variety of ways – some more traditional sounding and some mangled and transported to another sonic world.

Omnisphere Signalo is included for free exclusively as a part of Omnisphere and Everything bundles.

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