Plughugger has announced a new cinematic sound expander for the Omnisphere 2 virtual instrument by Spectrasonics.
Distorted Evolution 1: Space draws inspiration from science fiction movies from the past to the modern age: mysterious soundscapes, strange machines, paranoid choirs and otherworldly textures drenched in long reverb and delays.
Distorted Evolution is a new series of cinematic sound expanders for Omnisphere 2 and our primary design goal was to draw inspiration from some of the early works of Spectrasonics. Back in the day when sound libraries came on CD-ROMs for big clunky hardware samplers, Spectrasonics became a big name in the movie and TV-scoring world thanks to their Distorted Reality sound libraries. Distorted Evolution is based on the sounds from three of the most significant sound libraries Spectrasonics did in that time: Distorted Reality, Distorted Reality 2 and Bizarre Guitar.
No other sounds have been used to create the sounds in our library, except for a handful of vocal recordings inspired by cheesy, low-budget science fiction movies from the 1950s to the 1970s.
Together with the single sounds we also created 50 multi sounds where we have stacked multiple layers to create complex soundscapes, and possible song-starters.
Distorted Evolution 1: Space contains 266 sounds, aimed for producers who are looking explore the vast reaches of deep space.
- 40 Arpeggios and Sequences.
- 20 Human Voices.
- 150 Textures and Soundscapes.
- 3 Pads & Strings.
- 3 Transition Effects.
- 50 Multi patches.
The sound library is on sale for 9.90 EUR until November 18th, 2018 (regular 19.90 EUR). Use coupon code DEEPSPACE at checkout to get the discount.
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