Modern Pop 2, the fourth installment in The Fame Series for Spectrasonics Omnisphere®, introduces an abundance of contemporary synth tones recreated from modern hits. These Omnisphere patches are radio ready, and designed to sit perfectly in your mix. Produced by Reverb Machine and ILIO.
Also included in The Fame Series Bundle!
The Fame Series: Modern Pop 2 — Radio Ready Sounds for Spectrasonics Omnisphere
By popular demand, we bring you more radio-ready sounds for modern pop music creation! The Fame Series are patch libraries for Spectrasonics Omnisphere dedicated to capturing the sounds of famous tracks throughout the ages, and Modern Pop 2 (the fourth installment in the Fame Series) is a collection of famous synth sounds used in today's popular music. With Modern Pop 2, the focus is on songs from current, chart-topping artists. And since these patches are replicated from famous songs, they’ll add hit-making magic to your tracks with very little fuss.
Represented in this collection are sounds that pay homage to Doja Cat, Justin Bieber, Dua Lipa, The Kid Laroi, Lizzo, Miley Cyrus, Lil Nas X, Caroline Polachek, Post Malone, Charlie Puth, Olivia Rodrigo, Rosalia Saoko, Taylor Swift, Charli XCX, Ariana Grande, Beyoncé, Drake, Lady Gaga, Blackpink, Rosalia Versace, Cardi B, Robyn, Sam Smith, Mimi Webb, Harry Styles, Ed Sheeran and more. Modern Pop 2 provides great starting points for new, organic compositions.
While the sounds of Modern Pop 2 may have gold record status, and are very recognizable in their original context, they really come to life when called into service in your own original music. Let this collection infuse your productions with the sheen and polish of top-shelf sound design!
Modern Pop 2 is now also included in The Fame Bundle patch collection for Spectrasonics award-winning Omnisphere Power Synth
Included in The Fame: Modern Pop 2
21 - Synth Bass 4 - ARP + BPM
3 - Pads + Strings
9 - Mono Synths
23 - Poly Synths
7 - Short Synths
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About Reverb Machine
Reverb Machine is the work of Dan Carr, a London based electronic music producer, sound-designer and musician. After working predominantly as a live musician, he started exploring the world of synthesizers, sharing presets and sound design tips on reverbmachine.com. Topics include the synth sounds of popular artists, the generative music techniques of Brian Eno, and music theory. He also produces content for Reverb.com and is tentatively working on a debut album.