159 incredible patches and 60 multis from Arp/DDL sounds dying for use in your productions, to legit thundering Trance Basses, Leads, FX and Pads. Oh, and then the drum sounds? You mean the kicks that sound better than Samples? Yea, they are all in this library too!
Listen to the audio demos, watch the patch walkthru video (and other support videos) and you will be impressed with what YOU can do after adding this amazing library to your arsenal!
Laurent Veronnez is a true legend in the Progressive/Trance world and I am beyond thrilled that he agreed to create a library of LEGIT & Mind Blowing Trance patches for Omnisphere 2.1. Laurent has as many as 500+ productions and remixes under his belt. He’s been a DJ for 20 years and has played in some of the biggest venues and shows such as Slinky, Gatecrasher, Godskitchen, The Gallery, 1015, Dopler in Bratislava and many others.
GENRES: Trance /Techno/EDM and virtually any style of dance music.
What this library contains:
159 Patches – from incredible Arp/DDL sounds dying for use in your productions to Legit thundering Trance Bassess, Leads, FX and Pads. Oh, and then the drum sounds? You mean the kicks that sound better than Samples? Yea, they are all in this library too!
60 Mind Blowing Multis – these sound like a fully produced album or sample library sample – BUT you can dive into the components and EDIT them! We updated the library with separate Drum Menus (Bass Drums, Snares, Claps and Hats!) and more cool Multis that will make your CPU processor melt. Well, actually we made “LITE” versions of many mulits for those that need a more CPU friendly version of many Multis. WARNING: Some of these Multis are Massively CPU HUNGRY. We decided to keep them in the library because they are very cool and inspiring but be aware your computer might not play a few of these without audio “challenges”. Use the “Lite” versions when necessary.
26 New Airwave Effect Rack presets (including a wonderful reverb preset that sounds nicer than just the standard Reverb in Omnisphere)
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