Plughugger has announced the release of Inferno, a new soundset for Omnisphere which sets the focus on dark and cinematic sounds.

Plughugger Inferno

The soundset was inspired by one of the most extreme sounds in Omnisphere: the sound of a burning piano.

Recorded for Spectrasonics Omnisphere by sound designer Diego Stocco, the Burning Piano is a unique collection of recordings capturing various phases of an actual piano set on fire, including gas torches and the strings and wires snapping under the intense heat.

With Inferno we set out to create a whole soundset based on nothing else than these recordings and the result is a collection of cinematic dystopian sounds, inspired by games such as Dishonoured and the Blade Runner movies. The character is dark, moody, but at the same time very organic.

Inferno features

  • 200 sounds for Omnisphere 2.
  • 17 Arpeggios and Sequences.
  • 20 Hits, Boomers and Effects.
  • 2 Noisescapes.
  • 9 Pads and Strings.
  • 25 Synth Sounds (Poly, Plucked and Mono).
  • 77 Textures and Soundscapes.
  • 50 Multi sounds combining the Single sounds into more complex sounds.

The Inferno soundset is available for the intro price of 4.90 EUR until January 21st (regular 19.90 EUR). Use coupon code JANUARYMEGADEAL to get the discount.

More information: Plughugger / Inferno