Sound Dust Untopia for Omnisphere 2

200 patches and 80 specially devised new sound sources for Omnisphere 2

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SoundDust Untopia is born from a boisterous mix of influences. The darkly industrial but uplifting soundscapes created by Factory records producer Martin Hannett for Joy Division and A Certain Ratio are in there. So are the madly brilliant and brilliantly mad Christobal Tapia de Veer soundtracks for Utopia, National Treasure, the Girl with all the Gifts and Dirk Gently. All thrown around with a good measure of cosmic hippy wigout Terry Riley vibes, some Jon Hassell/Brian Eno Fourth World aesthetics and the grubby wonderment that makes Sound Dust, you know, Sound Dusty.

SUMMARY OF FEATURES

  • 200 weird and wonderful new patches
  • 80 specially devised new sound sources for Omnisphere 2
Expect strange disjointed and alluring voices, grainy strings, finely sculpted noisescapes, organic grit and grime, slurring mellotrons, drunken string machines, bent synths, amped keys turned to 11, low ebbing throbs and a healthy selection of other beatific cathedral of sound oddities.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

All patches will have something cunning mapped to both Aftertouch and Mod Wheel, and are intended to be as expressive and malleable as something made out of zeros & ones can possibly be.

80 new sounds made from a variety of sources and fed into the Omnisphere core sound library...

  • Roland Juno 60
  • Oberheim Xpander
  • Dsi Pro 2
  • Moog Voyager
  • Nord Wave
  • Yamaha TQ5
  • Technics WSA1
  • Nord Drum
  • Hofner Bass
  • Fender Stratocaster
  • Fender Mandolin
  • Plastic Trumpet
  • Recorder
  • Whirly Tubes
  • Modular System including Waldorf NW1, Mutable Instruments Braids and Music Thing Radio Music
  • Two human lady voices
  • One male voice
  • Uncontrollable robot chatter.

200 new patches, fully databased and for easy access prefixed with usefully untopian catagories...

  • ARCANA – generally vocal based sounds that refer specifically to the work of Cristobal Tapia de Veer
  • BLOW – windy gems
  • BOW – real strings, well they were real once
  • BPM – use the arpegiator or envelopes for beat synced mayhem
  • DMX – drum machines
  • DST – noisey distortion based sounds
  • GTR – yup, guitars
  • HIT – single thuds and thumps
  • KEY – things made into polyphonic keyboardy things
  • LOW – big bottoms
  • ODD – useful but unlikely and hard to catagorise
  • ORG – organs and organic organ like organs
  • PAD – big pads
  • SCAPE – interesting noise/soundscapes
  • SLOW – long slooow builders
  • SM – string machines
  • THROB – beat synced throbbing
  • TRON – mellotron style pseudo instruments
  • VOX – human and other voices

"Determining where this library really fits into your arsenal is easy – pretty much anywhere. UNTOPIA contains one of the widest palettes of sonic diversity that I have found in a single library. This really allows you to find that missing beat, scratch, screech, hum, pad, voice or other unique timbre. [..] UNTOPIA is essentially a “Jack-Of-All” and “Master-Of-Most”. I can’t wait for a follow-up library from Sound Dust." - samplelibraryreview.com Read in full here

Download Size (zipped file):

  • 165 MB

Customer Reviews

Press Quotes

"There's a bit of everything here, from basses, keys and sequences, to pads, textures and 'Electronic Mayhem', all with a dark, menacing air, and Poucher's trademark distortion and dirt worked in. The mod wheel is gainfully employed thoughout, too. Magnificent." - Computer Music (Rating 10/10)

"There comes a point on every production when you've done the basics and now you need something new, interesting, unique and inspiring. So I navigate to my Sound Dust library where time and time again I´m surprised and thrilled by what I find." - Gary Barlow (yes, THE Gary Barlow!)

"I love it! Went straight into a soundtrack I'm working on." - Paul Hartnoll - Orbital

Tech Specs

Product Type:

Expansion

Format:

  • Omnisphere

Product Specs:

System Requirements