The Unfinished has announced the release of a new sound library for the Omnisphere 2 virtual instrument by Spectrasonics.
The collection of 300 patches in Omnisphere Cyberia are designed to blend the electronic and organic worlds, in order to provide dynamic and dramatic, atmospheric sounds; full of grit, punch and wonder.
The library is primarily aimed at the dense, action-packed and immersive soundtracks of modern FPS games such as Modern Warfare, Call of Duty, Ghost Recon, Battlefield and Halo; but it also brings in hints of powerful, modulating dancefloor synths, the delicately brutal score sound of Nick Cave & Warren Ellis, and even some folk horror.
Cyberia is dripping with rippling basslines, bowed drones, atonal pulses, thrashy guitars, dark synths, glitchy textures, hi-octane loops, epic impacts, dusty organic pads, brooding atmospheres and spine-chilling effects.
This collection creates an enveloping world of sound: tense, aggressive, lustrous, raw and complex. It takes thrilling, cutting edge, cinematic sounds and adds an extra layer of intimacy, ambience and unease, placing you at the centre of a sonic palette designed to tell a gripping and eclectic story.
Omnisphere Cyberia is now available, priced at £39.99 GBP + VAT. The library requires Omnisphere 2 to run.
More information: The Unfinished