Oblivion Sound Lab has introduced a brand new soundset for the TAL-U-NO-LX synthesizer, an emulation of the popular ’80 hardware synthesizer Juno-60 by Roland.
Night City features a collection of 86 patches that evoke a technologically advanced future, filtered through the lens of the past.
The soundset takes its cue from literary and cinematic cyberpunk, early electronic music, and retro futurist artists such as Com Truise, Mitch Murder, Makeup and Vanity Set and Anthony Rother. Inside you will discover robotic arpeggios and plucks, unstable poly keys, Vangelis style leads and brass, monolithic basses, ethereal bells, dramatic pads and strings, cosmic sound effects and more.
Night City takes full advantage of TAL-U-No-LX’s authentic Juno-style chorus and filter, as well as its on-board delay and reverb, to create a palette of vintage sounds with a modern twist.
The soundset is on sale at a 20% intro discount, priced $15.20 USD instead of $19 USD until May 31st, 2023.
More information: Oblivion Sound Lab