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Red Box

Developer: Vintage Synth Pads

The Red Box is a new set of presets for Omnisphere.

The Red Box is part of a series of presets for Omnisphere which includes "Blue Box" and "Green Box".

The Red Box offers some unique category additions:


Red Box introduces a new category, HYBRID.

Hybrid takes multiple sounds sources to create something completely new.

Many instruments share similar qualities but often it is the differences that make them unique.

Here you will find some new and unique instruments.

These can be very inspiring and interesting.

Just the thing necessary to allow the Muse to flow.


Red Box has some intriguing vocal presets ranging from Ethnic to Ethereal.

Presets made with only vocal performances are placed in this category.

You may find other presets made with vocals in other categories but the ones made here are focused exclusively on the human voice.

Experiment with the mod wheel as each preset has different parameters implemented.

Melodic Percussion The Red Box explores melodic percussion, something Omnisphere has considerable capabilities to achieve. This percussion is often based on tuned instruments and can be used in many ways. Try using it to replace a drum kit for a more organic sound. Also, many of these sounds can be used to create ARP's. One of our goals is to create percussion that is both primal and modern. Experiment with the mod wheel to change the expression. You can also overlay multiple presets to create powerful rhythm tracks. Experimentation is the key.

KEYS The Red Box Keys take traditional keyboards and add a twist of sub-lime. These keys have a broad range of usage, from Film to Pop. As most synths already have standard keys, we wanted to bring something special to the table. Here you will find a unique collection of traditional keyboards in non-traditional settings.

PADS Where would we be without pads? It seems these days that warm, analog pads are becoming less common. Well, lets change all that and bring some rich, analog pads to Red Box. They can be used in any style of music where you need rich, warm pads.

GUIT The Red Box continues with some ethereal guitars. These multi-layered instruments have a broad array of usages. Many of these can be useful for Ballads, Ambient, Film, you name it. Each Guitar includes extensive controller data. Experiment with the mod wheel.

ACST Many of the sounds are a mixture of traditional instruments with nontraditional sounds-capes. This presets group, "ACST" are presets that have some acoustic instrument or sounds that are blended with other sounds to create complex sonic combinations. These presets may have both ancient and modern characteristics and often change ofter time. The Mod wheel is the main controller here, setup to blend effects, filters and modulation to add further control over each preset. These presets are very flexible and add sonic dimension to all kinds of musical styles. They also have the added benefit of sounding different on every listen.

ATM The Atmospheres in Red Box are complex in nature. Each one is a sound scape with unique qualities and concerns. Many are layered sounds that are juxtapositions designed to create a sense of space, depth and sonic environments. Because each Atmosphere is designed completely different from the others, you will find that they can fit into a large variety of musical styles. Many of the Atmospheres work right out of the box and sound great without the need to over-dub.

ARPs The Arps in Red Box are a blend of old and new. Many have a primal quality and use primitive sounds blended with more modern elements. These are great for creating instant movement or an interesting breakdown. Notice how the mod wheel controls the Arp and how it moves. Some use complex mod wheel controls to add additional layering and delays.

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