ETHERIUM FOR OMNISPHERE 2
"These are not just mere sounds one can use for underscoring a composition, they are sounds that can be used to build a personal relationship with your music, nature, the otherworldly."
-SLR Review (click to read)
Etherium journeys into new sonic territory with a variety of sounds ideal for futuristic blockbuster soundtracks or weekend church services.
New processing techniques were applied to custom programmed synth pads and more. Along side ultra-ethereal pads, Etherium includes guitar, bell and pluck creations - with new Sub Phatty-sourced ambient basses. These additional sounds allow for endless combinations that take you on a journey of new sonic discoveries.
Etherium provides a throwback to the synth sounds of the 60’s and 70s with the inclusion of “vinyl pads”. Outboard synthesizer creations were processed through vinyl fx processors - creating pads that have vintage vibe with record noises and wow and flutter (random pitch fluctuations). These samples provide a new depth of sound when programmed with Omnisphere 2’s amazing array of tools and effects.
3 new plucks add to Ethereum’s versatility. Modelled plucks were processed through special granular FX courtesy Audiority.com. The body of each pluck has random granular textures that add organic and random for artifacts. These are combined with various pads to provide the most engaging and exciting plucks for Omnisphere.
Each pad, pluck, guitar, bell and bass have been extensively programmed to bring out the best of each soundsource. Modwheel sets each sound into new directions- from wonderful filter sweeps and radio delays- to tempo sync pulses and atmospheric textures. Etherium brings exciting and inspiring new sounds to your toolkit.
INCLUDED IN ETHERIUM
Patches: 55, Multis: 7, New Soundsources: 30
Requires the latest version of Spectrasonics Omnisphere 2.3+
"The sounds are truly fantastic Jason, I feel they are perfect for that worship sound and I definitely find them useful on cinematic music that I write"
Bob Dedes - ManFighterMusic
"Inspiring, spiritual and uplifting are just mere adjectives but they are appropriate words that describe the pair of Omnisphere libraries, Etherium and Majestica, released by Jason Ray Schoepfer. These are not just mere sounds one can use for underscoring a composition, they are sounds that can be used to build a personal relationship with your music, nature, the otherworldly."
Bob Dedes - samplelibraryreview.com