Exclusive to Time+Space and created by renowned UK sound designer and electronic musician Ian Boddy, Dark Ambience contains 100 patches for Spectrasonics Omnisphere 2 handcrafted from an extensive collection of vintage and analogue modular synths. Take a journey into the deeper realms of ambience and electronic music with everything from soundscapes, textures, special FX, synth sounds and beyond.
Here are some words from Ian Boddy himself on how he approached creating Dark Ambience;
"Omnisphere is a wonderful sonic tool that I myself use in a lot of my film and library music work. The introduction of the ability to import your own samples into its sonic engine opens up a whole new world to explore.
I’m best known in sound design circles for my analogue modular patches and I was excited to see how tools such as Omnisphere’s Granular, Unison and Harmonia modes as well as its extensive synthesis and modulation capabilities would treat my raw analogue tones. The patches are like nothing I’ve heard in Omnisphere before, my signature analogue sound wrapped in a cocoon of expressive soundscapes."
"All these sounds produced such a wonderful dark atmosphere and suits perfectly for cinematic soundtrack production. For me this new sound library really demonstrates the brilliant coding skills."- Synth Anatomy click here to watch the full review
"Dark Ambience is a really exciting new addition to my own personal setup and has already found its way into my latest recording project." - Sample Library Reviewclick here to read the full review here
"Here we have a perfect Omnisphere 2 expansion. Deep and evolving ambiences that fit the mood of the title perfectly of the title, but don´t get me wrong, it´s not all about darkness. I find that some dark touches uplift even the brighter pieces that I am working on."- Solar Fields
"The basses, drones, pads, plucks and textures have a raw, retro, overtly electronic feel, and Boddy has made sure the mod wheel serves an important purpose for each and every patch. We can´t argue with the price, either." - Computer Music